Current and Future Exhibitions


THE LOST PETITION  is a powerful and profoundly moving multi-media exhibition, focused on the vital need to end violence against women and children.


 Content Warning: This project mentions violence against women and children.

This project also contains the names of some Indigenous women and children lost to male violence.


Created by artist and activist Dans Bain, in collaboration with award winning researcher and journalist  Sherele Moody of the The RED HEART Campaign,

at the centre of this arresting exhibition is The Lost Petition Artwork – a 30-metre list of names lost to gendered violence since 2008, written on bedsheets.


The exhibition also features a peaceful reflective installation called The Living Room; photos and stories of women and children lost to violence and the voices of their families; a special red heart tribute to the 75 lives lost this

year; and interactive elements for visitors to engage with.


In displaying the Lost Petition at Her Place, we hope to strengthen the work of activists, families and survivors and stop more names from being added to this list. 



Exhibition visiting hours are: 

210 Clarendon Street East Melbourne

Nov 4 – Dec 4, 2022

Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays

11am – 3pm

Unmasked: celebrating Nursing and Midwifery, Victoria and beyond

Unmasked pays tribute to the nurses and midwives of Australia with a particular focus on Victoria, acknowledging the International Year of the Nurse and the Midwife in 2020.