Sunshine Coat Project Exhibition

Exhibition and Shows

4 Apr 2023 to 29 Apr 2023 Once Only Event

The Sunshine Coat is a multi-layered SLOW fashion and photography exhibition that sees the development and presentation of new arts and cultural works directed by Queensland artists Shaye Hardisty and Ketakii Jewson-Brown, with assistance from Nambour organisations and community. The intention of the exhibition is to share visual stories and aesthetics unique to the climate and culture of Naamba/ Nambour through a collection of coats and an accompanying photographic essay. There is a strong focus on sustainable fashion, with the production of the coats utilising materials such as second-hand fabrics, salvaged waste and recycled/ organic cotton.

The Sunshine Coat is an exhibition that weaves feelings of place, belonging and expression into the fabric of the town, celebrating the uniqueness and diversity of Nambour and paying homage to that, through both fashion and photography in a collaborative and playful way. The exhibition is showing at the Old Ambulance Station Gallery, Naamba in April 2023, coinciding with Fashion Revolution Week, an international movement focused on sustainable fashion and industry change. We will have an Opening Night featuring a local member of our First Nations community to share a Welcome to Country and local musicians.


Bar Family Friendly


Free Entry

Event Dates

Once Only Event

4 Apr 2023 to 29 Apr 2023

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