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Marcelle Mansour 'Threshold' Exhibition @ Mary MacKillop/ Fadi El Haje



"Marcelle Mansour 'Threshold' Exhibition @ Mary MacKillop. 
Respecting the Cammeraigal People: We acknowledge and respect the traditional custodians whose ancestral lands we gather upon at Mary MacKillop Place. 
We acknowledge the deep spiritual attachment and relationship of Aboriginal peoples to this country and commit ourselves to the ongoing journey of Reconciliation. 
'Threshold' exhibition by Marcelle Mansour From 11 December 2014 - to 30 March 2015 Threshold focuses on spiritual and socio-political change. It aims to end war and to celebrate the rebirth of world peace. 
It is a work of contemporary art that has a sense of creative purpose which is humanly transformative, using light as a material and perception as a medium to effect healing and to embrace love and just peace. 
Viewers are invited to experience the movement of the dynamic shifting colours of light in contemplative surroundings. 
This may allow renewal and rethinking ourselves and the world towards reshaping our reality for a better world to embrace love. The exhibition will be open to public from 11 December 2014 to 30 March 2015. is open daily from 10am to 4pm. Closed Good Friday, Christmas Day, Boxing Day and NewYear's Day. Mary MacKillop Place is located at: 7-11 Mount Street North Sydney NSW 2060 Australia Mary MacKillop was an ordinary person who lived an extraordinary life, an unconventional life that saw her triumph over adversities and obstacles placed in her way. 
She truly was a woman who lived her life out of the ordinary. Similarly, Mary MacKillop Place is a place unlike any other. A place of tranquility amidst busy North Sydney, offering accommodation, conference facilities, a holy site and more. When you visit us you'll discover it's a place that is truly out of the ordinary."

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