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Screening and artist talk: Made in Birmingham/Made in Sydney

Explore questions of identity and belonging with two new commissioned artworks at the MCA.

On Friday 26 August, the MCA will be presenting special screenings of 'Made in Birmingham/Made in Sydney' to view two new commissioned artworks by Fijian-Australian artist Salote Tawale and British-Pakistani artist Osman Yousefzada. 

Following the screening, artist Salote Tawale will be in conversation with Meg Robson, Associate Curator, Exhibitions. 

Made in Birmingham/Made in Sydney is a ground-breaking digital project between the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia in Sydney and Ikon in Birmingham, UK. It brings together two new commissioned artworks by Fijian-Australian artist Salote Tawale and British-Pakistani artist Osman Yousefzada that explore questions of identity and belonging.

Free, bookings required.

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Screening and artist talk: Made in Birmingham/Made in Sydney
26
Aug
When

7-8pm
Friday 26 August

Where

140 George Street
The Rocks

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Price

FREE

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