This is a visual arts exhibition in the underground commuter walkway connecting Flinders Street Station to Degraves Street.
There are 12 large glass window cases built into the walls of this iconic underpass. This exhibition include the work of 12 female artist who use street art in their practice. One of these artists is Larissa MacFarlane. Her work explores disability identity and culture. In recent years she has led a number of large scale murals and public artworks exploring Disability Pride. Her work in this gallery space is called ‘Disabled is not a dirty word’.
This exhibition is open to the public everyday from 7am-7pm.
Larissa will be in the gallery space on Friday 29th January from 2.00 – 5.00 pm sharing her thoughts and information about her artwork and the importance of practicing disability pride. Please drop by and say hello.
Please follow COVID safe behaviour and wear a mask .
3 December 2020 -29 January 2021 – 7:00am – 7:00 pm
The Dirty Dozen Gallery
Melbourne CBD VIC 3000
NOTE: Only stair access, no wheelchair access.
For more information
0490 188 762