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SALA Art Exhibition: Unmasked by NDSP Art Collective

Presented by

NDSP Plan Managers

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Event details

Where:

38 Greenhill Road, Wayville SA 5034

When:

18 August 2022

Tickets:

$0 - FREE

Description

Unmasked by NDSP Art Collective is NDSP Plan Managers’ inaugural South Australian Living Artists (SALA) Festival Art Exhibition.

NDSP’s exhibition features over 120 artworks produced by a pool of talented artists with disability in collaboration with various support coordinators and organizations that are involved in the disability community. The pieces in display include paintings, ceramics, jewellery, sculptures, digital art, and photography.

With this year’s theme of ‘Unmasked,’ the exhibition is a playful juxtaposition of two spaces: the pandemic-stricken world we are currently living in that can be limiting and isolating at times; and the creative space where people living with disability release their emotions and artistry through the arts.

The arts play an integral role in the disability sector as it enriches a person’s life, inspires creativity, and provides an opportunity to contribute to the community. NDSP recognises the participants’ life goals and supports them in achieving these goals.

Aside from individual participant entries, the exhibition also features group submissions and art pieces from support coordinators and disability service providers, such as Autism SA, Orana, The Art of Expression, disAbility Living, and Livability Care.    

Most of the artworks are also up for sale and one hundred percent of the profits will go directly to the artists.

With the ultimate objective of engaging and connecting with the sector while navigating the challenges brought upon by the pandemic, ‘Unmasked by NDSP Art Collective’ is NDSP’s way of creating opportunities for participants while also giving back to the disability community.

When: 8-12 August 2022, Monday-Friday, 10am-2pm

Location: NDSP Plan Managers, 38 Greenhill Rd, Wayville SA 5034

The art exhibition is free. Walk ins are allowed and prior bookings are not required.

Accessibility

  • wheelchair accessibleWheelchair accessible