Creative Wellbeing Art Therapy Group – Recovery & Discovery Centre (RADC)

The work in this gallery has been created by artists who participate in Communify’s Tele-Art program.

In 2019, Communify partnered with BRIC Housing to offer a weekly art therapy group at the Spring Hill Boarding House. The group produced artwork that culminated into the ‘Broke not Broken’ exhibition currently presented at the Glen Rd Boarding House.

By Creative Wellbeing Art Group – Recovery & Discovery Centre. Ojo de Dios were originally made by the Mexican Huichol Indians. They symbolise the ‘eye of god’ that watches over you & brings protection to your house & family.

North West Community Hub – Art Space

Community members meet every week to create art and connect with each other. The group provides a safe space for creative expression, relaxation and to learn new skills.

Glen Rd Art Space

Participants meet every week to create art and connect with other residents living in the Glen Road Transitional Accommodation. The group provides a valuable way to build a creative and inclusive community within the building. A partnership between Communify and Glen Road stakeholders including BRIC Housing, Pindari, Mission Australia & St Vincent De Paul.

Projects

Share the love postcards were created by the RADC participants for elderly people who have been isolated due to Covid-19. Click to see all 50 images.