A man with white hair and beard, sit on red lounge, feet up, waving and smiling at the camera.

Flash Mob

  • Past Exhibition

<p><em>Flash Mob</em> is a collection of images from the Deadly Awards captured by Sydney-based photographer, Jamie James.</p> <p>The Deadlies, as they became known, were held from 1994&nbsp;to 2013 and celebrated achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in the community, arts, entertainment and&nbsp;sport.</p> <p>This photographic collection was recently&nbsp;acquired by the State Library and&nbsp;is&nbsp;on display on the Lower Ground of the Macquarie Street Building.</p> <p>Free from 22 June to 22 September 2019.</p> <p></p>

Exhibition Information

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Past Exhibition
Free
Lower ground floor, Macquarie St building

1 Shakespeare Place
Sydney NSW 2000
Australia
+61 2 9273 1414

Flash Mob is a collection of images from the Deadly Awards captured by Sydney-based photographer, Jamie James.

The Deadlies, as they became known, were held from 1994 to 2013 and celebrated achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in the community, arts, entertainment and sport.

This photographic collection was recently acquired by the State Library and is on display on the Lower Ground of the Macquarie Street Building.

Free from 22 June to 22 September 2019.

A man with white hair and beard, sit on red lounge, feet up, waving and smiling at the camera.
Uncle Jack Charles relaxing backstage, Sydney Opera House, 10 September 2013, Jamie James