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Fashion and art combined in a showcase of work from First Nations, and disabled, female creatives.

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An abstract artwork featuring yellow golds, greens, blues, purples and circular shapes.

Image Credit: Renay Barker-Mulholland

  • Presented by: Blak of All Trades

  • Devised by: Renay Barker-Mulholland

  • Supported by: City of Melbourne Arts Grants

Burranba-y is an exhibition created and curated by Blak of all trades, Renay Barker-Mulholland. Burranba-y highlights the deliberately slow creative practices of Blak, disabled, femmes, which is contrasted by the use of "fast fashion" as a canvas. Burranba-y combines art and fashion to reclaim what is often seen as waste, and a problem to be solved, and celebrates the beauty, joy, and identity to be found within that.

This project received Cash to Create through the Fringe Fund, as part of Deadly Fringe.

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