A Mile in My Shoes is an exhibition created by Empathy Museum and presented by Arts Centre Melbourne. It gives visitors a chance to walk around inside a giant shoe box, borrow other people’s shoes and listen to stories from their lives.
As part of Ventana Fiesta, A Mile in My Shoes is on loan to the Frankston Arts Centre.
Peruvian couple, Angela and Pablo Barra, who migrated to Australia in 1974, feature in the exhibition. Mr and Mrs Barra will be on hand on Wednesday to offer the media some special insights into their story, including how they created the Peruvian Folkloric Dance Group.
A Mile in my Shoes will be open until Sunday 15 March. For session times and information visit: artscentre.frankston.vic.gov.au
Where: Frankston Library Forecourt, 60 Playne Street, Frankston