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Faces of our Community: Social Photography Exhibition & Multicultural Performances

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House to Grow, along with social photographer and storyteller Pilar Lopez, will be showcasing Hidden Stories:Faces of Our Community, portraits of NSW's multicultural community at the historic Harold Park Community Hall (TramSheds) in October. Through this exhibition youΒ will experience the many faces that make our state so diverse and learn about their incredible stories.

Encapsulated with the talent of artists from different backgrounds and their performers, this multicultural exhibition promises an unforgettable experience.Β 

When: 25 – 27 OctoberΒ 

Time: 11am – 7pmΒ 

Where: Harold Park Community Hall, 1 Dalgal Way, Forest Lodge NSW 2034 (Jubilee Park - L1 light rail)

Cost: free (open to public)

But that's not all! If you have an inspiring story to share, you know someone or wish to showcase your talents as an artist from a multicultural background, we want to hear from you. Simply drop us a line at with the subject line: "I want to share my story" or "I want to share my talent as an artist.”

Register nowΒ and immerse yourself in the captivating stories of our community, beautifully captured through the lens of our multicultural photography exhibition.

Don't miss out on this vibrant celebration of culture, community, and creativity. We can't wait to welcome you!

Pilar Lopez is not only a social photographer and founder of Shooting For a ReasonΒ but also a storyteller and migrant herself and CEO of House to Grow. With a passion for people, photography, and community empowerment, she hasΒ combined these three passions into a career over the past 25 years.Β 

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