We have openings in our Life Without Barriers award-winning fine art program at Goodwood, for people who have NDIS funding.
Life Without Barriers Art Tutors Jeannie Mooney and Jane Stanton mentor a small group of dedicated artists focusing on individual goals, encouraging experimentation and developing bodies of work for gallery exhibition.
Our newly renovated accessible art studio at Goodwood is a quiet, light-filled space with its own entrance, heating/cooling and kitchenette facilities. Each artist has their own workspace (in accordance with Covid-19 distancing regulations).
What we offer:
Monday: Videography (moving-making, costuming, scriptwriting) Tuesday and Wednesday: Painting, drawing, collage, printmaking, sculpture, sewing Thursday: Mosaic tile art (2 and 3-dimensional)
The featured artwork was created within the Life Without Barriers Southern Tasmanian art program, which were exhibited recently at the School House Gallery Rosny.
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