Lorrie Graham is one of Australia's most eminent photojournalists and a long-time Newtown resident. She's been documenting the impact of the WestCONnex tollway and the community campaign against it for almost two years. She explains why she got involved ahead of her upcoming exhibition, Save Sydney Park: Adopt a Tree, this weekend.Read more
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A NEW exhibition at The Corner Gallery in Stanmore will showcase the beauty and importance of Sydney Park and its trees to highlight its planned destruction by WestCONnex.Read more
From the 11th to 13th November, The Corner Gallery in Stanmore will feature an exhibition of photography highlighting the beauty and importance of Sydney Park and its trees, with photography by acclaimed photo-journalist Lorrie Graham, sculpture by visual artist Gabrielle Bates and drawings by Maryanne Coutts, Head of Drawing at the National Art School.Read more