Art meets activism at Customs House from 10 December, when Amnesty International Australia opens the Faces Of Hope exhibition. Throughout 2002, Australians have been invited to submit a photograph of themselves to express support for refugees’ human rights. With almost 10,000 images submitted, 13 artists have been invited to create original artworks utilising the photographs, and the result is an exhibition of multi-media installations, sculpture and collage. Faces Of Hope runs until Sunday 15 December and is free of charge, although Amnesty International Australia will continue collecting photos for an expanded exhibition in 2003. To submit an image, visit www.amnesty.org.au.

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