Current Exhibitions

Being a voice

13 May 2022 to 1 August 2022

MGA Atrium Gallery
Tuesday - Sunday
1pm - 5pm

*Closed for private events:
19, 20 & 29 May
25, 28, 30 June
5, 7, 15, 20 July

Being a voice is an exhibition celebrating LGBTQIA+ young people aged between 15 and 25 who live, study, play or work in the City of Monash. The exhibition showcases nine artists who share their experiences of being part of the rainbow community. Displayed across MGA’s Atrium Gallery with an extended showing in the Wheelers Hill Library meeting room, this exhibition will be accompanied by audio recordings that explore the lived experiences of people in the City of Monash, providing a cultural record of being part of the LGBTQIA+ community.

Artists: Zeth Cameron, Zlliang Guo, Zoe Kuo, Phuong Le, Jordan Morise, Johanna Toner, Emily Unity, Claudia van Kollenburg, Lachlan Wyness

Curator: Anouska Phizacklea
Coordinating curator: Stella Loftus-Hills

MGA exhibition space, the Atrium Gallery, provides emerging artists with an opportunity to showcase their practice to MGA’s audiences. The Atrium Gallery is situated between MGA and the Wheelers Hill Library.

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