To launch into the year Boom will be hosting a travelling exhibition “Every Greyhound has a Story” – portraits of adopted greyhounds & their unique stories by photographer Josh Robenstone.
The series intimately portrays the relationships of the greyhounds with their new owners, carers or volunteers. From hospitals, to under privileged homes and even prisons, greyhounds are being adopted into many different aspects of society to assist with rehabilitation, care and to provide animal connection to people in need.
This exhibition runs from 22 January – 7 February with an opening on Friday 23 January from 6pm. All are welcome to attend the opening which will be catered for by Simon Parrott Catering & Livewire Wines.
There will be some visits from some of the greyhounds and their owners in the next few weeks, come down to Boom on the following dates to meet the dogs and learn more about the breed.
Friday 23rd January – Opening night from 6pm
Saturday 24th January – Between 10am-11am
Friday 30th January – Between 10am-11am
Saturday 31 January – Between 10am-11am
Friday 6th February – Between 10am-11am
Saturday 7th February – Between 10am-11am
Josh Robenstone is a Melbourne based freelance editorial and documentary photographer who devotes much of his time to personal photographic projects and editorial assignments both in Australia and around the world.