The countdown to the opening of Sirens of Gunnedah in Lane Cove has started. The explosive exhibition, featuring Gunnedah women in a new light, will hang in the art gallery of the town’s sister city from July 29 until August 22.
The successful Sirens of Gunnedah exhibition will soon be making itself known in Lane Cove. Gunnedah is Lane Cove’s sister city and over recent years the connection has become stronger and stronger as our sister city continues to battle the drought and
The Sirens of Gunnedah exhibition has exceeded expectations. More than 2000 locals checked out the unique display of more than 50 conceptual portraits of Gunnedah women at the Bicentennial Creative Arts Gallery. The dynamic duo behind the photography collection are Marie
The Sirens of Gunnedah exhibition is off to an explosive start. Locals packed into the Gunnedah Bicentennial Creative Arts Gallery like sardines on Friday night, awaiting the surprise reveal with bated breath. Two Cats Creative’s Alyssa Barwick and Marie Low kept
In just a week, the Sirens of Gunnedah will be revealed. The massive conceptual exhibition will open on November 22 at the Gunnedah Bicentennial Creative Arts Gallery and for the first time, 51 women will see themselves on display. The
Gunnedah will see a different side to more than 40 local women when creative duo and former NVI staff Alyssa Barwick and Marie Low launch their first exhibition, Sirens of Gunnedah. The friends and photographers have been capturing portraits of residents