100 Australian female photographers unite for powerful celebration of equality in the arts.
Closed Easter Long Weekend
Weds 24th April - 11am-5pm
Closed Anzac Day
Fri 26th April 11am-5pm
Sat 27th April 11am-3pm
30th April - 3rd May 11am-5pm
Sat 4th May 11am-3pm
One hundred inspiring female photographic artists from across Australia, aged between 10 to 90 years of age, will use the power of photography to unite for an exhibition.
The Loud and Luminous project celebrates and recognises the important contributions of contemporary women photographers in Australia.
The project is the brainchild of award-winning photographers, Hilary Wardhaugh, from Canberra, and Melissa Anderson, from Brisbane.
“We have both worked in the industry for over 25 years and during that time we’ve see little progress for female photographic artists,” project co-curator Ms Wardhaugh said.
“Loud and Luminous is designed to empower girls and women to pursue creative careers and it is strongly focused on gender equality in the arts.
“We firmly believe women need to work together to change the future and to ensure all of our stories are being told,” she said.
In 2019, the project is a collective collaboration of 100 diverse Australian women photographers based on the theme of power.
Exhibition will run from 11th April - 4th May 2019
Wednesday - Friday 11am-5pm | Saturday - 11am-3pm
Image - Ilana Rose