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'Women only' exhibition slapped with discrimination complaint

Emma Horn
Updated March 21 2024 - 5:08pm, first published March 20 2024 - 4:23pm
Kirsha Kaechele (left) has defended MONA against accusations of discrimination saying the entry requirement is integral to the meaning behind the artwork (right).
Kirsha Kaechele (left) has defended MONA against accusations of discrimination saying the entry requirement is integral to the meaning behind the artwork (right).

An anti-discrimination case has been brought against a Tasmanian artist after a male patron was denied entry into a female-only exhibition.

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Emma Horn

Emma Horn

Supervising producer

Supervising producer of the national video team. Former features and weekender writer for The Daily Advertiser. Now based in the NSW Hunter region. Small, quiet, and a student of the Julie Bishop School Of Staring. Usually dressed in something colourful, always snacking on something homemade. Friend to most mothers and all dogs. Got stories? Get in touch. emma.horn@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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