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JOURNEY

A journey can be a trip from another land, a visit to a new city, a walk by the river. A journey can be a trip to the shops or to visit friends. A journey can be the path taken through life, adversity or joy. A journey can be continuous or consist of many small steps.

ArtAbility 2008 will explore the theme of JOURNEY, the sights, sensations and memories that make every journey unique.

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ADEC ArtAbility 2008 is an exhibition of art by people with a disability from ethnic communities. It was held in the Atrium at Federation Square, Melbourne from 26 November to 2 December 2008 and co-ordinated and curated by Visionary Design Development

Sixty artists of diverse abilities, ages and nationalities entered over 120 artworks for exhibition. The exhibition's official opening was attended by, among many others, David Ralph, artist, Kate Brennan, CEO Federation Square and Hannah McDougall, paralympian. Brad Teal auctioned selected artworks to an appreciative audience.

Action on Disability within Ethnic Communities Inc (ADEC) strives to empower people with a disability from non-english speaking backgrounds, their carers, and families to fully participate as members of the Victorian community.

Full Catalogue - ArtAbility 2008 (PDF)» ArtAbility 2008 Sponsors & Supporters
Ford Motor Company • Motion Printing • Visionary Design Development
Brad Teal Real Estate • Norden Conversion • Beer De Luxe • Fed Square
Original Renovations • Rodger Smith, Architect • Element Architects
Synertec Pty Ltd • Architeam Co-operative • Regina Bron • Tim Sonogan
BSGM Pty Ltd • CMS Architects • Miles Johnson • Macaulay Cleanskins
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