Kamal

WEDNESDAY 4 SEPTEMBER - WEDNESDAY 2 OCTOBER, 
THE BOB HAWKE PRIME MINISTERIAL CENTRE'S
KERRY PACKER CIVIC GALLERY 

Gallery open Monday - Friday 9am - 5pm (Thursdays until 7pm)
Hawke Building Level 3, UniSA City West campus, 55 North Terrace, Adelaide MAP

Presented by The Bob Hawke Prime Ministerial Centre and Tutti Arts, with support from Arts South Australia and the Australia Council for the Arts

The lotus flower is with the scum and the water,
but it remains untouched by any pollution. II1II

Raag Maroo, Mehla 1, Ang 990

The lotus flower grows up through murky waters whilst its roots sink deep into the mud. It reaches towards the light and blooms into a beautiful flower, floating atop the water, remaining level and untouched by the mire below.

Kamal will see Tutti Arts visual artists come together with the Sikh community to explore the lotus flower and its place in Sikh culture. The artists have all faced adversity but, like the lotus, they strive for the light and create beauty through their art.

Tutti has also invited artists Daniel Connell and Amardeep Shergill to create works in response to the lotus.

Please create your own lotus - access template HERE

         

 

 

Image Credits, Tutti Artists, TOP: Megan Long - Lotus; MIDDLE: Top Left, Josh Maloney - Lotus; Right, Jasmine Jones working; Bottom Left, Jasmine Jones detail; BOTTOM: Margie Baker - Lotus.

       

      

Presented by The Bob Hawke Prime Ministerial Centre and Tutti Arts,
with support from Arts South Australia and the Australia Council for the Arts


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