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The Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery shares voices of Indigenous and queer community

Dana Anderson
Updated September 2 2021 - 2:16pm, first published August 29 2021 - 4:00am
Artists Mish Meijers and Tricky Walsh with their work A new kind of union. Picture: Jacob Collings
Artists Mish Meijers and Tricky Walsh with their work A new kind of union. Picture: Jacob Collings

The Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery has been a cultural institution in the community for 130 years. However, though exhibits have come and gone, many of the colonial works the gallery has displayed have been the dominating pieces. The most recent rehang, and the now new permanent exhibition of the gallery, has led to a more inclusive and diverse range of both works and artists by sharing LGBT+ and Indigenous voices.

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Dana Anderson

Dana Anderson

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On a Friday night you may see me at the theatre, a festival, an exhibition, or in the corner of one of my favourite establishments reading a novel. So, it makes sense I am the arts and what's on reporter for The Examiner. To contact me about a story please send an email to dana.anderson@examiner.com.au

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