Faces of the Huon is a community arts project that aims to uncover and celebrate stories of diversity and harmony in the southernmost part of Tasmania.
Created for Harmony Week (15–21 March) as part of the Huon Beings digital arts program, the exhibition is the culmination of a series of interviews with local residents from a variety of backgrounds.
The collection of intimate portraits and musings captured by Tasmania-based artist and photographer Andrew Wilson are an invitation to think and talk about what it means to be part of a community. The exhibition will be on show for four weeks from Saturday 21 March.
Funding for this project comes from the State Government Multicultural Grants Program.