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Exhibitions and Displays | Goldfields Library Corporation

Exhibitions and Displays 

1.6 Billion Ways To Be Muslim 

1.6 Billion Ways to be Muslim is a photographic exhibition showcasing the many and diverse faces and practices of being Muslim. Inspired by the work of artist Peter Drew and curated by Karima Far (The Muslim Collective) and Moustafa Al-Rawi (Bendigo Islamic Association).

“It is a wonderfully colourful exhibition celebrating the diversity of Muslims, while embracing the awesome parallels we share with the greater Australian community,” says photographer, Yasmina Zuhbi. “It has provided me with a great sense of belonging and emphasised the values that makes all human; the values of love, peace, compassion and justice.”  

Tuesday 6 - Tuesday 20 April
Kyneton Library

Monday 24 May - Monday 14 June
Boort Library Agency

 

1.6 Billion Ways To Be Muslim

Indigenous artwork at Kangaroo Flat Library

This learning piece for all ages, created by local Dja Dja Wurrung artist Daikota Nelson, recognises the ancient and ongoing power of language and culture in a modern space and reflects upon the importance of celebrating knowledge, storytelling and learning today. On display at Kangaroo Flat Library.

Ongoing
Kangaroo Flat Library

 

child looking at Kangaroo Flat First Nations artwork on counter

Bendigo Possum Skin Cloaks

See the magnificent Possum Skin Cloaks made by Bendigo's Aboriginal community for the knowledge and enjoyment of all.

Ongoing
Bendigo Library

 

Possum Skin Cloaks

Blurry Borders Photographic Exhibition

Click here for the slideshow and stories.See the world through the lens of vision impaired photographer and traveller Kristan Emerson. The colour, clarity and beauty he finds is astounding. 

 

Celebrating Dorothy Steele

Dorothy Steel was a dedicated educator and library supporter. Mementos and photos from her life are on exhibition in the Dorothy Steel Cabinet at Bendigo Library.

Ongoing
Bendigo Library, Upstairs in Meeting Room 4

 

Dorothy Steele