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Walker Street Gallery in April Feast

BY Walker Street | 15-Mar-2013
Our April program has great music, diverse art, film and talks
Venue: Walker Street Gallery and Arts Centre
Address: Cnr Walker and Mason Streets, Dandenong, Vic
Time: Exhibitions 11am to 5pm Mon - Frid, Sat 11am to 3pm
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Abdul Abdullah, The Crows
Exhibitions You Am I Opens 2.30pm Saturday 6 April and continues to Saturday 27 April In association with the Islamic Council of Victoria, Walker Street Gallery presents You Am I, an exhibition that celebrates the diversity and uniqueness of Australian Muslim identity through an exciting collection of artworks by local and interstate contemporary Muslim artists. Hot & Cool Music Cosmo Comolino 2.30pm Sunday 7 April. Free concert Cosmo Cosmolino, a Melbourne based quintet of luscious strings and romantic piano accordion, creates exquisite music which crosses between tango and gypsy music, song and dynamic chamber pieces via original arrangements of well-known tunes and original compositions which express dynamism, love, tragedy and capricious play. A musically dazzling and visually enthralling group – the pleasure they derive from playing together is evident to all. Art Talk Saturday 20 April, 2pm. Free entry Art and faith Neil Wanstall will talk about examples of art work addressing matters of faith. Film - Outside the Outside Sunday 21 April, 3pm. Free entry Glenn D’Cruz’s father was an Anglo-Indian — a member of the ‘mixed-race’ community produced by British colonialism. He died prematurely at the age of 53. This multi-media presentation draws on his archive of 8mm films and 35mm slides as well as commercial feature films that represent Anglo-Indians in order to provide an account of his personal experience of becoming a ‘New Australian’.