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Nov, 2018

Homecoming, a local perspective: navigating the experience of returning from conflict

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You are invited to the Official Opening of
Homecoming, a local perspective: navigating the experience of returning from conflict
A Dogwood Crossing Exhibition, curated by Annabelle Brayley
An Anzac Centenary Commemorative Exhibition


Homecoming explores the impact war and conflict has on returning veterans and those who stayed at home, their families and the community. The exhibition has been built on stories collected from Western Downs residents and supported by personal objects, photographs, letters and memorabilia. Regional artists have been the first responders to this diverse collection of human stories. Visitors are invited to consider their personal response to these stories spanning World War I to the present day.

WHEN
Saturday 10 November, 6.00pm
EXHIBITION RUNS
11 November 2018 – 15 January 2019
WHERE
John Mullins Memorial Art Gallery
@ Dogwood Crossing, Miles
RSVP
Wednesday 7 November
07 4628 5330
dogwood.crossing@nullwdrc.qld.gov.au

John Mullins Memorial Art Gallery
Proudly supported by Murilla Hardware Supplies

This project is proudly sponsored by the Queensland Government. The Regional Arts Development Fund is a partnership between the Queensland Government and Western Downs Regional Council to support local arts and culture in regional Queensland.

Image caption:
Megan McNicholl | Homecoming – the waiting 2018 | Digital photo montage | 76cm x 101cm