Art exhibition celebrates diversity in the community

Inclusion: Budding artists will be creating projection art about disability rights during workshops at the Warrnambool Art Gallery on Wednesday.

Inclusion: Budding artists will be creating projection art about disability rights during workshops at the Warrnambool Art Gallery on Wednesday.

Warrnambool is hosting an exhibition its coordinators describe as “confronting, eye-opening and potent.”

Dangerous Deeds is a touring program of events and exhibitions giving insights into aspects of life for Victorian’s with disabilities.

All-abilities facilitator and tour coordinator Kylie Thulburn said the project brought together the diversity of experience within the disability community.

“Its a snapshot of the Victorian disability movement,” she said. “It’s about all associated disabilities learning and displaying self-advocacy and community engagement.”

“Some of the topics might be confronting and some will be eye-opening, all with potent topics that we don’t always see discussed.”

Projection art workshops will be held at the Warrnambool Art Gallery on August 9.

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