New art exhibition by people with disability
Cardinia Shire Council is holding an inspiring new exhibition at Cardinia Cultural Centre featuring artwork created by people with disability.
The exhibition, titled Expression, is open Friday 4 August – Thursday 24 September. It is an opportunity for people with disability to showcase their creative talent and express themselves in their own way.
The exhibition features an exciting range of artistic mediums, including painting, sculpture, photography, mosaic, collage, woodwork, mixed media, and more. Not only were works created during art workshops with local art therapist, Nazia Wasif, we also received many wonderful submissions from local artists.
Cardinia Shire Mayor, Councillor Tammy Radford, who is a member of the Cardinia Access and Inclusion Advisory Committee, said she is proud that council has presented an exhibition which enables people with disability the opportunity to showcase their talent.
“Being creative is such a valuable part of life and supporting the creativity of local artists with disability is extremely important for council,” Councillor Radford said.
Cardinia Shire Council is proud to have collaborated with the Cardinia Access and Inclusion Advisory Committee and local disability organisations to deliver this exhibition.
Expression is available to see at:
Cardinia Cultural Centre
Tuesdays to Sundays between 10am to 3pm
4 August – 24 September.
For more information visit www.cardiniaculturalcentre.com.au or call 1300 887 624.