The exhibition opened on Friday 5th of May and continues through to 31 May.

“Menstruation has often been represented negatively in the media, perceived to only be a women’s issue, full of over emotional, irrational, and “dirty” portrayals. This exhibition gives us the opportunity to challenge these representations by creating work that depicts more positive representations and normalises our experiences. We aim to create a completely inclusive exhibition and safe space, which recognises that menstruation is not solely a women’s or girls experience but to also ensure that non-binary and transgender people are a part of this conversation. By opening up conversation, we work towards challenging stigma and bringing attention to young people suffering from period poverty.”

The Exhibition is supported by City of Adelaide, Taboo Period Products and The Commissioner for Children & Young People.