Don’t miss a very special exhibition, held throughout January which marks the historic moment where activists from different causes came together as one in Noosa to fight for recognition and rights.
In 2015, the Noosa Love Parade Marriage Equality March and the Land Rights March were protesting separately on the day Tony Abbott PM came to Noosa for lunch. In a moving experience the two groups of marchers joined together in an impromptu protest.”
It was an amazing moment where our diverse groups came together as one, acknowledging our common goals of equality and recognition.
Beautifully recorded by local professional photographers, the day’s events have been collected to form the Rainbow Flag – Rainbow Serpent Exhibition which will be on display for all to see at the Wan’dinin Arts Space at the Discover Eumundi Centre in throughout January.
The exhibition bursts with passion and colour – contrasted against the dramatic backdrop of Noosa. From intimate candid portraits to busy crowd scenes the raw emotions of the day can be seen in the eyes of the march participants.
All funds raised will support the work of headspace Maroochydore.
Rainbow Flag – Rainbow Serpent opens on the 8 January and runs until 31 January 2016 at Wan’din’in Arts Space – Discover Eumundi Centre Cnr Gridley St and Memorial Drive Eumundi.