The Cross Art Projects. Artist Exhibition.
The Cross Art Projects foregrounds contemporary work and curatorial projects that reflect the multiple relationships between art, life and the public sphere, and explores the boundaries of this context. We are attentive to the local without sacrificing the scope of Indigenous and international views. Cross Art enhances its projects with conversations, walks and events on contemporary art, urban planning, architecture and heritage.

We recognise the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation as custodians of the unceded land on which we work and all unceded Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander lands. We acknowledge Elders as custodians and carers for Country, art and culture. We recognise the harm done by colonisation and extend our respects to ancestors and Elders and all First Nations people.

8 Llankelly Place,
Kings Cross, Sydney 2011

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11am to 5pm Thursday to Saturday
(Saturday close at 4pm)
Closed public holidays.

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Forms of Censorship

Exhibition: 11 May to 15 June 2024

Artists: Nicole Barakat, Simon Blau, Alissar Chidiac & Karin Vesk (Archives of Treasures of Palestine), Lux Eterna, Alex Gawronski, Narelle Jubelin, Ali Kazak Poster Collection (various artists), Chips Mackinolty, Mparntwe for Falastin, James Nguyen, NO-PHOTO 2024, Sofia Sabbagh, Mahmoud Salameh

Saturday 11 May, 2 pm

Talk: Living Art Archives and Censorship’ with Alissar Chidiac & Karin Vesk (co-curators, Archives of Treasures of Palestine) and artists Nicole Barakat and Alex Gawronski

Wednesday 15 May: Al Nakba Day, marking 76 years since Israel’s 1948 occupation. The Nakba or the Palestinian Catastrophe, marks the destruction of Palestinian society and homeland.

Sunday 19 May, 3 pm
Censorship and Dissent: Human rights law in public arts institutions—does it exist?’ with speakers Dr Randa Abdel Fattah (Palestinian Australian sociologist and author), Dr Paula Abood (writer, educator, community cultural organiser), Emeritus Professor Andrea Durbach (Former director of the Australian Human Rights Centre (now Institute) UNSW Law + member of the advisory committee of the Australian Human Rights Institute + Jewish Council of Australia), Lux Eterna (Palestinian Australian interdisciplinary artist and educator), in conversation with Alissar Chidiac (creative producer, community arts worker).

The Cross Art Projects. Artist Exhibition.

Images: (R) Original poster by artist Micha Olman, made for the Down with the Occupation exhibition, 1987. The Ali Kazak Collection. Source: The Palestinian Museum Digital Archive. Archive item no: 0001.01.0217. (L) Original poster by Palestinian Activists in Australia, Palestinian Right to Self-Determination, date unknown. The Ali Kazak Collection. Source: The Palestinian Museum Digital Archive. Archive item no: 0001.01.0007.