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Participants have the opportunity to explore their relative talents and creativity, and experience a variety of mediums and materials such as paint, clay, pencil, crayon, inks and dyes. In addition, a variety of group activities enable participants to create group projects for display at the centre or at other exhibitions.

Accessibility

Focus

  • Skill development
  • Social and community participation
  • Artistic outcome based

Other Focus

All staff are fully qualified with a minimum of Certificate IV in Disability, and are highly trained to provide all levels of support. Staff use a range of communication supports, including COMPIC, Easy English, large print and visual materials to support participants' experience and creative engagement. One-on-one support is available and is dependent on funding. Please phone for more information.

Event type

feature Deaf and/or disabled artists

Find out more

For bookings and information on specific access and transport.

Peter Gilbert, Client Services Manager

Location

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