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Feeling privileged to present..: Refinery ArtSpace

Beyond Borders – Cultural Conversations will be taking over the Refinery with an exhibition that invites us to reflect on our assumptions about Cultural Identity with the launch of NBS Bittersweet Podcasts and Tindall Foundation Stories of Otherness and a screening of Tuku 23 film exhibition and Global Stitch up products and art work.
NBS Bittersweet podcasts are about inspirational people who have reconstructed their lives and responded in transformational ways following huge traumatic events.
Tindal Foundation stories of otherness are first hand accounts aimed to educate and help people to speak up. We believe we need to discuss privilege and what identity means within a group to understand “otherness.
Tuku 23 film exhibition explores the themes of connection and belonging with particular reference to living in Whakatū Nelson. Each of the 23 participants has been asked 2-3 questions on this topic, and their answers have been filmed and beautifully pieced together into a 230-second clip. There are 23 photographs to accompany the film.
Cultural Conversations is a community-based arts hub that facilitates opportunities for people from Nelson’s former refugee and migrant communities to share music, art and storytelling through creative programmes, workshops, and events.
We are grateful for the generous support of Cutting Edge Signs in helping to present this exhibition.

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