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campOUT

Peter Waples-Crowe (Ngarigo)
04 May Free
Pulima Arts Festival

campOUT will amplify Blak queer perspectives in a one-night extravaganza. Join us to launch the solo exhibition insideOUT by Peter Waples-Crowe at the Koorie Heritage Trust while acknowledging the ongoing presence of LGBTQI First Nations people and celebrate the many contributions the community has made through the arts.

Highlights include an in-gallery performance by the compelling musical force that is Mojo Juju, DJ set by the inimitable Soju Gang and a showcase of fashion collection Mirrigang, created by Peter in collaboration with Vincent Li.

For the duration of YIRRAMBOI Festival and beyond, Peter Waples-Crowe will transform the Koorie Heritage Trust into a Blak queer hub to bring stories from the outside, in. campOUT is the Blak queer celebration this city deserves.

Get glam and set up camp for a moment in this Blak-queer-centric space.

Food and drinks provided by Mabu Mabu, Indigenous catering.

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Accessibility

Wheelchair Accessible Auslan Interpreted Highly Visual

Warnings

The exhibition contains adult concepts and nudity.

Additional Info

The exhibition insideOUT was produced by the Koorie Heritage Trust and has been developed by the artist over a 12-month residency supported by the Federal Department of Communication and the Arts’ Indigenous Languages and Arts Program.

Image: Peter Waples-Crowe (Ngarigo), Camp Out, 2018, collage and acrylic on canvas, image courtesy of the artist.

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