Belconnen Community Gallery is calling for expressions of interest from artists to submit artworks in “Piece of Mind”, a community exhibition in Celebration of Mental Health Week.
“Piece of Mind” is an open community exhibition for Mental Health Week named after the annual “Piece of Mind” exhibition series, which celebrates and showcases works by people in the disability and mental health sector, who use art as a way of achieving peace of mind.
This exhibition is open for People with Disabilities, Mental Health Consumers, sector staff or family and friends of any of the above. Any medium welcome! Submit up to three pieces per person, depending on size of works.
The “Piece of Mind” exhibition series began in 2010 and has celebrated a wide range of artists from Belconnen Community Service programs, and the wider community in a mixture of solo, group and public exhibitions.
Email submissions to email@example.com or hand deliver to reception at Belconnen Community Centre, Swanson Crt Belconnen
Submissions Close September 28 2018
Exhibition Dates: October 9 – 19 2018
Exhibition Opening Celebration Wed October 10
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