"Beyond Borders" exhibition extended

We're excited to announce that the exhibition of the second installment of our project, Beyond Borders, has been extended due to a positive response. Beyond Borders is at Museum of Australian Democracy at Eureka in Ballarat until 18 October, open daily, 10am - 5pm.
http://made.org/whats-on/bifb

Also, a reminder that the original installment of Beyond Borders is currently showing at Yarra Ranges Regional Museum until 8 October: http://ach.yarraranges.vic.gov.au/Whats_On/Beyond_Borders

Two exhibitions - and two lots of personal and eye opening stories that provide insight into the experiences of refugees and asylum seekers.

© Jim McFarlane

© Jim McFarlane

"Beyond Borders" exhibition at M.A.D.E during BIFB

We are excited to announce the second installment of our ongoing project, Beyond Borders, which documents the experiences of refugees and asylum seekers, through photographs and multimedia. We continue to explore these issues because they are still so timely - but all the stories are brand new.

Beyond Borders will again be exhibited at the Museum of Australian Democracy at Eureka as part of the Ballarat International Foto Biennale, with the opening on Saturday 19 August, 2-5pm. All welcome- we hope to see you there.

For more information: https://ballaratfoto.org/events/mapgroup/

Exhibition, Nicole Marie

Back and Forth, Come and Go is an exhibition by MAPgroup photographer Nicole Marie, created in the year following her sea change relocation to Geelong. A new space was born out of her daily rail commute between Geelong and Melbourne.
The series provides glimpses into a liminal space where we are not one place or another; we are halfway between, with no need to be anywhere else. It is a captured meditation on how people choose to navigate a gateway between places, where time transitions and slows.

Venue: Little Creatures Canteen Gallery
221 Swanston Street, Geelong, Victoria
Exhibition duration: 24 July – 20 August 2017