Be part of the Diverse-CITY of Melbourne

Thursday, 15 December 2016 11:45am

Now in its 12th year, the ‘Diverse-CITY’ exhibition is running up until the evening of 21 December. It showcases a diverse range of artworks from artists of all ages who are living with a disability, or an experience of mental ill health, and who come from culturally diverse backgrounds across Victoria.

Image of Diverse-CITY

Image of Diverse-CITY

This annual event is free to attend and put on by ADEC ArtAbility. It’s a featured exhibition at Federation Square, on the corner of Swanston Street and Flinders Street in Melbourne.

Diverse-CITY promotes a message of ability not disability, and strength in diversity and personal empowerment through engagement with the broader community.

This year around 100 artists are expected to participate, providing a platform on which these artists can express their culturally rich personal journeys to some 40,000 members of the general public. For more information you can check out the Arts Access web listing for this event.

 


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