STIGMA: dismantled, revealed - OPENING FEBRUARY 15

FEBRUARY 15 – JUNE 7

FREE ENTRY

Through the creative practices of seven contemporary artists including an artist in residence, STIGMA: dismantled, revealed explores the pervasiveness of stigma and self-stigma that persists around mental health issues today.

Experimenting with different mediums and methods of examination, the artists convey moments of their personal stories. Themes of mindfulness, healing, trauma, belief and diagnosis are examined, provoking conversation, reflection and empathy.

Exhibiting Artists
Jessie Brooks-Dowsett
Simon Crosbie
William Hawkins
Lucy Hotchin
Joanne Morgan
Cornelia Selovar
Kylie Steinhardt

ARTIST IN RESIDENCY
February 20 – March 22
Every Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
12-5pm. All welcome.

The Dax Centre is excited to host an artist in residence for the first time. Jessie Brooks-Dowsett will transform a portion of the Dax Centre gallery space into a studio with a site specific woven installation. Participate in the co-creation of this artwork and share in conversation about the ways in which we connect.

PUBLIC PROGRAMS
As part of STIGMA: dismantled, revealed we will be offering a program of exciting and engaging community activities. Find out more here.

Simon Crosbie, Untitled (Year Book Series), 2018, watercolour on artists’ paper, 27.9 x 22.6cm, courtesy of the artist

Thank you to our exhibition partner

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