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Lone Goat Gallery celebrates diversity with ‘Recognise’

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About to open at Lone Goat Gallery, Recognise is an exhibition featuring works by local artists Carla Davey, Mathew Daymond, Lydian Dunbar, Shirley Gibson, Nathaniel Harvey, Rebecca King, Willie Mutton, Quinlyn Seikot, Zion Levy Stewart, Gill Williams and Lucas Wright.

Recognise showcases the diverse perspectives, subject matter and material processes of these 11 Northern Rivers based artists, providing an accessible and inclusive opportunity for artists with disability to share their stories and observations of life, expressed through their unique art practices.

The exhibition will be opened by artist Claudie Frock this Friday, 31 May from 5.30pm to 7.30pm at Lone Goat Gallery on 28 Lawson Street, Byron Bay.

This opening event will be Auslan interpreted and wheelchair accessible.

Lydian Dunbar, DuO’s (detail) 2024, screenprint on black t-shirt, image courtesy the artist.

Low sensory sessions

Each Saturday throughout June, during the Recognise exhibition, the Lone Goat Gallery will be holding low sensory sessions from 1-4pm. Gallery lighting will be dimmed and internal and external noises will be kept to a minimum.

If you would appreciate a low sensory experience when visiting the gallery you are most welcome to come along during these times, no bookings are required.

The Recognise exhibition is kindly supported by REDinc., Real Art Works Inc., The Paddock Project, and members of Council’s Access Consultative Working Group (ACWG).

You can find out more about the show and the artists here.


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