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Wednesday 5th April - Friday 26th May @ Fitzroy Library, Fitzroy
The ongoing genocide of Rohingya people in Western Myanmar (formerly Burma) remains almost ignored by world media. Displaced from their homes, attacked by the military, interned in refugee camps and driven across the border into neighbouring Bangladesh, the Rohingya have become known as one of the world's most persecuted people.
In 2016, Ali MC visited Rohingya refugee and internally displaced peoples’ camps in both Myanmar and Bangladesh. His aim was to photograph Rohingya people, document their living conditions and better understand the events that forced them into this situation.
Rohingya: Refugee Crisis in Colour is presented by City of Yarra and Prism Imaging, and is also featured as part of the 2017 Human Rights Arts and Film Festival. A photo book is also available, with proceeds going towards Rohingya refugee relief. Contact Ali MC for a copy at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Exhibition Dates: Wednesday 5 April - Fri 26 May 2017
Opening: Saturday April 8 from 2pm
Presentation and Q&A: Sunday May 7 from 2pm
Photography Workshop: Sunday May 14 from 2pm
Wednesday 12th April - Sunday 14th May @ Kathleen Syme Library and Community Centre
One Last Call is a participatory artwork by Anna Madeleine in collaboration with Dr Renee Beale that considers the environmental impact of manufacturing mobile phones.