Prism City was a brilliant exhibition held at the Hue And Cry collective in Ryrie Street. According to their event page:
The Hue and Cry Gallery will transform into a prismatic celebration of urban art, showcasing street artists from Geelong, Melbourne and internationally.With an emphasis on alternative processes, the exhibition will display artists with an unusual range of styles and techniques; from paint to paste-ups, stickers to installations.The exhibition is a celebration of alternative voices, with a particular interest in women, queer, POC and political street artist perspectives.
These photos were taken on opening night. I will be sharing more images from the exhibition in later posts.