This is Us art exhibition

Chill Art artwork landscapeShowcasing the uncovered talents of people affected by life hurdles

The This is Us art exhibition showcased art created by people who have channelled their creativity to overcome hardships, to connect with others, and to make beautiful pieces for the community to view and enjoy.

The exhibition, held at Wallarobba Arts and Cultural Centre in Hornsby from 18-22 December 2017, featured approximately 70 works in different media, developed by 17 participants in Chill Art, part of Primary & Community Care Service's 'Plus Social' program.

Local Chill Art sessions enabled participants from Hornsby, Ku-ring-gai and Ryde, affected by a range of life set-backs, to focus on something positive and meaningful; to create beautiful artworks, and to begin reconnecting with their community and social networks.

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For more information on how to access the Plus Social program, contact PCCS by phone on (02) 9477 8700.