19 June – 24 July 2021, Foyer gallery
Presented by Tuggeranong Arts Centre in collaboration with the ACT Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander LGBTQI Network, After explores the intersections of culture, gender, and sexuality, and the ongoing racism, homophobia, and transphobia faced by the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander LGBTIQA+ community.
This exhibition is being held in conjunction with the performance project, After the Glitz and Glam that is being held in early July. After the Glitz and Glam is a performance and forum that asks: what happens after the curtain closes, the lights go down, and the make-up comes off? Is visibility enough, or is there more work to be done?
About the Artists
Charlotte Allingham is a 27 year old, Ngiyampaa wiradjuri Queer woman from central nsw, working within the illustration world, focusing on community love and body positivity, blak strength, self-determination and truth telling. She tries to challenge the perception of her people through storytelling and visual narratives.
Dylan Mooney is a Yuwi man from Mackay, Central Queensland, Torres Strait Islander man from Erub and Badu Island and a Australian born South Sea Islander. He is currently studying a Bachelor of Contemporary Australian Indigenous Art at the Queensland College of Art. Dylan’s practice includes painting, prints and drawing- inspired by history, culture, family history, responding to social media and community stories.
Exhibition Continues until Saturday 24 July, 2021
Tuggeranong Arts Centre
137 Reed Street, Greenway ACT