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- Curated by @zoricapurlija Realising Mother open between 31/10-18/11 at Kudos Gallery Paddington, NSW. "Realising Mother looks at how this a ects us all, and explores the issues surrounding the maternal experience. These artists question how we realise and frame images of motherhood and the way the medium of photography has the power to describe real experiences. This exhibition aims to free us from preconceived ideas and myths around motherhood, replacing them with narratives more relevant to our contemporary experience. Issues explored by these talented artists include; marginalised young mothers, maternal ambivalence, mother daughter relationships, the aging mother, intergenerational inheritance, the loss of identity as mother, the centrality of the mother gure in the family, LBGTQ families and the role of the mother in indigenous cultures. This exhibition takes inspiration from the real experience of photographic artist, and the curator of Realising Mother, Zorica Purlija’s role as a mother of three. Purlija also recognises the Women’s Art Movement in Australia (formed in 1974) and Catriona Moore’s book Indecent Exposures (1991) as signi cant contributions to interpreting the role of women and mothers in contemporary society. The work of these important Australian feminist artists from the 70’s and 80’s was simultaneously serious and morally and ethically driven. Their aims were to create change culturally and socially regarding the female subject, and social and sexual freedoms, interrogating the idea of the male gaze." There is a panel discussion on November 7, 6-8 November which we are very much looking forward to attending. Congratulations to @zoricapurlija for organising such a wonderful group of women artists! Such talents! #motherhood #mother #female #womenphotographers #femalephotographer #gender #genderdiversity #photographicarts #australianphotographers #australianfemalephotographers #IWD #loudandluminous #project
- Curated by @zoricapurlija Realising Mother open between 31/10-18/11 at Kudos Gallery Paddington, NSW. "Realising Mother looks at how this a ects us all, and explores the issues surrounding the maternal experience. These artists question how we realise and frame images of motherhood and the way the medium of photography has the power to describe real experiences. This exhibition aims to free us from preconceived ideas and myths around motherhood, replacing them with narratives more relevant to our contemporary experience. Issues explored by these talented artists include; marginalised young mothers, maternal ambivalence, mother daughter relationships, the aging mother, intergenerational inheritance, the loss of identity as mother, the centrality of the mother gure in the family, LBGTQ families and the role of the mother in indigenous cultures. This exhibition takes inspiration from the real experience of photographic artist, and the curator of Realising Mother, Zorica Purlija’s role as a mother of three. Purlija also recognises the Women’s Art Movement in Australia (formed in 1974) and Catriona Moore’s book Indecent Exposures (1991) as signi cant contributions to interpreting the role of women and mothers in contemporary society. The work of these important Australian feminist artists from the 70’s and 80’s was simultaneously serious and morally and ethically driven. Their aims were to create change culturally and socially regarding the female subject, and social and sexual freedoms, interrogating the idea of the male gaze." There is a panel discussion on November 7, 6-8 November which we are very much looking forward to attending. Congratulations to @zoricapurlija for organising such a wonderful group of women artists! Such talents! #motherhood #mother #female #womenphotographers #femalephotographer #gender #genderdiversity #photographicarts #australianphotographers #australianfemalephotographers #IWD #loudandluminous #project
- Curated by @zoricapurlija Realising Mother open between 31/10-18/11 at Kudos Gallery Paddington, NSW. "Realising Mother looks at how this a ects us all, and explores the issues surrounding the maternal experience. These artists question how we realise and frame images of motherhood and the way the medium of photography has the power to describe real experiences. This exhibition aims to free us from preconceived ideas and myths around motherhood, replacing them with narratives more relevant to our contemporary experience. Issues explored by these talented artists include; marginalised young mothers, maternal ambivalence, mother daughter relationships, the aging mother, intergenerational inheritance, the loss of identity as mother, the centrality of the mother gure in the family, LBGTQ families and the role of the mother in indigenous cultures. This exhibition takes inspiration from the real experience of photographic artist, and the curator of Realising Mother, Zorica Purlija’s role as a mother of three. Purlija also recognises the Women’s Art Movement in Australia (formed in 1974) and Catriona Moore’s book Indecent Exposures (1991) as signi cant contributions to interpreting the role of women and mothers in contemporary society. The work of these important Australian feminist artists from the 70’s and 80’s was simultaneously serious and morally and ethically driven. Their aims were to create change culturally and socially regarding the female subject, and social and sexual freedoms, interrogating the idea of the male gaze." There is a panel discussion on November 7, 6-8 November which we are very much looking forward to attending. Congratulations to @zoricapurlija for organising such a wonderful group of women artists! Such talents! #motherhood #mother #female #womenphotographers #femalephotographer #gender #genderdiversity #photographicarts #australianphotographers #australianfemalephotographers #IWD #loudandluminous #project
- Join WINDO for a fabulous balmy evening cruising down the Noosa River as you mingle, chat and share a laugh with like-minded women in our community. Tickets include champagne, wine (or beer!) and nibbles. Book now as tickets for this event are limited at https://register.canbook.me/sunset-cruise-oct17 With a special thanks to the good folks at @Noosa River & Canal Cruises for donating the ‘SS WINDO’ for the event. #windo #evolvingwoman #windowsisters #windosisters #iwd #noosacanalrivercruise #changemakers #champagnepop #conversation #nibblesnbits #eveningsky #sunset#girlstime
- Join WINDO for a fabulous balmy evening cruising down the Noosa River as you mingle, chat and share a laugh with like-minded women in our community. Tickets include champagne, wine (or beer!) and nibbles. Book now as tickets for this event are limited at https://register.canbook.me/sunset-cruise-oct17 With a special thanks to the good folks at @Noosa River & Canal Cruises for donating the ‘SS WINDO’ for the event. #windo #evolvingwoman #windowsisters #windosisters #iwd #noosacanalrivercruise #changemakers #champagnepop #conversation #nibblesnbits #eveningsky #sunset #girlstime
- Join WINDO for a fabulous balmy evening cruising down the Noosa River as you mingle, chat and share a laugh with like-minded women in our community. Tickets include champagne, wine (or beer!) and nibbles. Book now as tickets for this event are limited at https://register.canbook.me/sunset-cruise-oct17 With a special thanks to the good folks at @Noosa River & Canal Cruises for donating the ‘SS WINDO’ for the event. #windo #evolvingwoman #windowsisters #windosisters #iwd #noosacanalrivercruise #changemakers #champagnepop #conversation #nibblesnbits #eveningsky #sunset#girlstime
- “…for me there lies, Within the lights and shadows of your eyes, The only beauty that is never old.” —James Weldon Johnson I arrived home from Haiti late last night and, after a few hours of sleep, jumped back into "normal" life--making lunches and getting kids off to school, doing laundry and paying bills, editing articles and answering emails. But as much as I've missed my family and feel so happy to be back, my mind is filled with thoughts of this past week in Haiti. It will take weeks for me to go through the hundreds of photos I took and even longer to process the emotions and ideas and hopes I brought home with me. Each photo I edit elicits an emotion or triggers a reminder. Looking at this sweet child, for example, I am struck again by the sweetness of her quiet spirit, the directness of her gaze, and the evidence of a strength and resilience no child should ever need to possess. This is what life in Haiti requires of her, yet it is my hope that that same strength and resilience will, with love and prayers and the right kind of assistance, help lift her above the circumstances of her birth. More photos and stories to come in the days ahead. I hope you’ll follow along...
- “…for me there lies, Within the lights and shadows of your eyes, The only beauty that is never old.” —James Weldon Johnson I arrived home from Haiti late last night and, after a few hours of sleep, jumped back into "normal" life--making lunches and getting kids off to school, doing laundry and paying bills, editing articles and answering emails. But as much as I& #39;ve missed my family and feel so happy to be back, my mind is filled with thoughts of this past week in Haiti. It will take weeks for me to go through the hundreds of photos I took and even longer to process the emotions and ideas and hopes I brought home with me. Each photo I edit elicits an emotion or triggers a reminder. Looking at this sweet child, for example, I am struck again by the sweetness of her quiet spirit, the directness of her gaze, and the evidence of a strength and resilience no child should ever need to possess. This is what life in Haiti requires of her, yet it is my hope that that same strength and resilience will, with love and prayers and the right kind of assistance, help lift her above the circumstances of her birth. More photos and stories to come in the days ahead. I hope you’ll follow along...
- “…for me there lies, Within the lights and shadows of your eyes, The only beauty that is never old.” —James Weldon Johnson I arrived home from Haiti late last night and, after a few hours of sleep, jumped back into "normal" life--making lunches and getting kids off to school, doing laundry and paying bills, editing articles and answering emails. But as much as I've missed my family and feel so happy to be back, my mind is filled with thoughts of this past week in Haiti. It will take weeks for me to go through the hundreds of photos I took and even longer to process the emotions and ideas and hopes I brought home with me. Each photo I edit elicits an emotion or triggers a reminder. Looking at this sweet child, for example, I am struck again by the sweetness of her quiet spirit, the directness of her gaze, and the evidence of a strength and resilience no child should ever need to possess. This is what life in Haiti requires of her, yet it is my hope that that same strength and resilience will, with love and prayers and the right kind of assistance, help lift her above the circumstances of her birth. More photos and stories to come in the days ahead. I hope you’ll follow along...

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