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Dancelines

Presented by the Arts Centre

An exhibition of six contemporary Indigenous artists – Vernon Ah Kee, Julie Dowling, Leah King-Smith, Clinton Nain, Christian Thompson and Judy Watson – who have explored the intersection between visual and performing arts through works inspired by Bangarra Dance Theatre.

For further information visit www.theartscentre.net.au

Supported by Tattersalls.

Date: 4 February2 April
Time: 7:00am - late (Monday - Friday), 8:30am - late (Saturday), 10:00am - last show (Sunday)
Location: George Adams Gallery, The Arts Centre, 100 St Kilda Road, Melbourne

Image: Clinton NAIN; Embark on this journey / into acid reign (detail), diptych, bleach, acrylic, ink and graphite on Irish linen, 125cm x 600cm
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