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Journey through life

01 Nov 2018

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Deakin University Downtown Gallery in Docklands has joined with the Asylum Seekers Resource Centre (ASRC) to exhibit artworks by young people seeking asylum in Australia.

The exhibition, curated by Vanja Radisic, has been developed through a series of hands-on photography workshops and continuous support to members to develop their talent.

The ASRC is an independent not-for-profit organisation with more than 40 programs that protect people seeking asylum.

ASRC has a network of more than 1000 volunteers and 100 staff, and assists more than 4000 asylum seekers each year.

Deakin’s Downtown Gallery said the stories told in the exhibition were heartfelt and personal. They demonstrated the creativity, courage, resourcefulness and resilience of young artists.

See the exhibition at Deakin University Downtown Gallery, Level 12, Tower 2, Collins Square, from October 31 until December 12.

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