Yesterday, The Hue And Cry Collective held their official opening night. The collective is a new art initiative based in Central Geelong.
According to their website,
The Hue and Collective is a cutting edge gallery in the heart of the Geelong CBD, connected to a community of artists, poets and makers in residence. Co-founded by a group of Geelong creatives, the gallery strives to bring pioneering, emerging and high-quality art to their city.
It is located at 62-66 Ryrie Street – the location of the former Metropolis Gallery. I went to check out the work by Laura Alice and Jimi C. White but discovered many other interesting artists. It is well worth checking out.
You can learn more about the exhibition at the Geelong Addy website.
According to their website:
We have decided to take advantage of this quiet time to close our business completely, lead a simpler life and pursue new interests.
While the Coronavirus isn’t directly responsible for the closure, it did contribute to the decision.