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I am Awe-tistic

Four square artworks side-by-side. Left to right they are; An extreme close-up of an eye, A striped circular medal with the words "I Am Awetistic" stitched onto it; a crocheted rainbow-coloured circular mat; a collage image of a young woman in a rainbow-coloured rain storm.

Where: Adelaide City Library, Third Floor, Rundle Place


Monday, 19 October 2020, Times vary, check with the venue

Curated by Claire Wildish, I am Awe-tistic is a collaborative exhibition giving young emerging artists on the autism spectrum a voice and creative platform to celebrating their hearts and minds in a safe place and exploring subjects they are passionate about.

The exhibition will include an exciting collection of artist books, zines, lino and digital prints, paintings, textiles, poetry, animation and more.

Curated like vignettes of a larger story, the works will be displayed as captivating mini-exhibitions throughout the spaces of City Library.

Where: Adelaide City Library, Level 3, Rundle Place, Rundle Mall, Adelaide
When: On display until Sunday 27 September 2020
Time: During Library opening hours (opening times vary, check with the venue)

    Accessibility information

  • wheelchair accessible