Dream to Create

20 July - 4 August 2024
Kings Floor

A dynamic art exhibition, where creativity knows no bounds! We’re thrilled to showcase the incredible talents of participants from ‘Dream to Create‘. This event transcends mere exhibition. It’s a jubilant celebration of imagination, originality, and the transformative power of artistic expression. 

Through their paintings, sculptures, and mixed-media works, these artists beckon you into a realm of dreams and boundless possibilities. Imagination is their superpower, vividly shaping whimsical and abstract masterpieces. Each brushstroke or sculpted form reflects their unique vision, a testament to the richness of their inner worlds. Art becomes their voice, expressing complex emotions that might otherwise remain unspoken. 

The exhibition is a canvas where abilities shine, and limitations dissolve. Witness the magic of unconventional materials, innovative techniques, and unexpected perspectives. These artists redefine what’s possible, proving that creativity has no limits.  

Creating art is an achievement in itself. As the artists see their work displayed, pride and accomplishment swell within them. Confidence blossoms, and self-esteem soars. Having their art exhibited empowers these artists and contributes positively to the community. It reshapes perceptions about disability, showcasing the richness of their abilities while challenging stereotypes and celebrating diversity. 

Moreover, this exhibition fosters connections, bridging artists with community members they might not encounter elsewhere. These shared experiences create a supportive sense of belonging, weaving a vibrant tapestry of unity. 

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We acknowledge the Boandik Peoples as the traditional custodians of the land we meet on today. We respect their spiritual relationship with the land and recognise the deep feelings of attachment our First Nations Peoples have with the land.

Image: Belinda Bonney, Reconciliation of the Nation: we all walk together as one (detail)