Photographers and artists are joining forces with St Marys residents, commuters and shop owners to celebrate the diverse group of faces and stories that make up the area.
Faces of St Marys is a unique street photography project that comes from Fusion Western Sydney, in collaboration with photography students from the Nepean Arts and Design Centre, Kingswood TAFE and Sydney Trains.
The aim of the project is to build a sense of connection and pride in St Marys by capturing the faces that make up its fabric. Images will mainly be focused around the northern end of Queen Street, the Fusion Café and the St Marys railway station and bus terminal precinct.
The Faces of St Marys project is set to spark a conversation between its participants, partners, artists, and local people.
The project kicked off in early November and will culminate in a launch and exhibitions in June 2020.
Free photography workshops
If you want to be part of the Faces of St Marys project and learn skills in street photography, you can sign up to a free community workshop being held on Tuesday 10 December from 9.30 am to 12.30 pm in the Fusion Café, located on the corner of Queen & Station Streets in St Marys.
To register for the workshop and find out more about the Faces of St Marys project simply contact email@example.com or phone 8805 5900.
Fusion Western Sydney Music Night
Another exciting event being hosted by Fusion this month is their music night, being held on Thursday 12 December from 7pm.
Those who have a song to share will have a chance to showcase their musical talents, whether it’s vocal or instrumental.
Spots are limited though so if you’re interested then you should message Fusion through their Facebook page at Fusion Western Sydney ASAP.
Feature guest artist, Fusion Cafe’s very own, Bewar Khoshnow will be there on the night.
Tickets are $10 at the door and will raise funds for Fusion Youth Uluru Pilgrimage 2020.
For more information on what is happening at Fusion go to www.fusionwesternsydney.org.au.