Community exhibition opens at School of Rural Health
During the month of September the corridors of the School of Rural Health in Dubbo will be adorned with photos taken in Western New South Wales. The photos are a travelling exhibition developed by The National Museum of Australia.
The images makes contemporary Aboriginal rural culture more visually accesssible to broader Australia.
"These images show the passion and pride local people have for their community, family, natural environment and their rural lifestyles, " said Frances Peters-Little, deputy director of the Australian Centre for Indigenous History.
Our Community: A Great place to Be features the work of three leading Australian photographers - Sharon Aldrick, Ron Blake and Juno Gemes - who lived and worked in north-western New South Wales towns, including Walgett, Brewarrina, Lighting Ridge and Angledool.
The School of Rural Health is at 11 Moran Drive, Dubbo. The exhibition closes on 29th of September. Entry is free to the public from 9am - 5pm Monday to Friday.