Art In Place/ Art In Incarceration
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About the Event
Art In Place (Gungahlin)
Local artist Sally Holliday will be presenting her work across the open spaces of Gungahlin during Mental Health Month and highlighting how art and mental health go hand in hand.
Sally Holliday is an artist, maker and creative facilitator presently residing in Canberra. She has worked as an arts enabler in museums, galleries and festivals, whilst maintaining her own creative practice. Sally is interested in the intangible and ephemeral. She explores the nexus between inner and outer worlds, and creates art pieces in response to lived experiences of mental health. She enjoys collage and assembly techniques, often incorporating found objects or repurposed materials in her work, giving them renewed life and meaning. Sally is currently training to become a Transpersonal Art Therapist and Counsellor. She enjoys companioning others on their creative journeys
Art In Incarceration (Gungahlin)
Indigenous artists/detainees from the Andrew Machonochie Centre work will be displayed across Gungalin during October displaying their connection to country and showing how creativity aids in their mental health journey.
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