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Face Me: The Art of Deafhood
7 Aug - 3 Oct 21
Gallery 2 & 3

Face Me: The Art of Deafhood is an intentional bringing together of works by d/Deaf and Hard of Hearing artists, both local and national. Showcasing the work and stories of Deaf people of Australia, in a visual and tactile way, the exhibition reflects the very nature of the rich language and culture of the Deaf community.

By bringing together work from a range of Deaf artists, we create an opportunity for connection and in a world that is increasingly fragmented, yet intrinsically and powerfully interconnected by shared experience, culture and identity. 

Curated by Sigrid Macdonald

Featured artists: Claire Bridge & Chelle Destefano with Haley Martin, Oliver Eliott, Katrina Garvey, Kai Gecso-Thorndycraft, Angie Goto, Willie Mutton, Sue Jo Wright and Ron Wild.

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Face Me: The Art of Deafhood Resources:
Learn Auslan Alphabet Video
Face Me Angie Goto Activity Sheet
Auslan Self Portrait Activity with Sigrid Macdonald (with closed captions and voice over)

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