ACT-BELONG-COMMIT ELEVATE ARTS
Wallka-yong-a Kaardijin - To Share Knowledge
In conjunction with Danjoo - Interwoven, artworks made by Moorditj Noongar Community College children and participants of recent weaving workshops with Bibbulmun artist Lea Taylor will be showcased. Visitors are invited to enjoy a soundscape of Bibbulmun words while taking part in the interactive weaving space.
OPENING Fri 15 Feb 6pm - 8.30pm
VIEWING WED TO FRI 10AM - 5PM, SAT 11AM - 3PM
Image: Weavings by Mary Green, Jennifer Pearson and Moorditj Aboriginal Community College student Allira.
ELEVATE ARTS AND GET CREATIVE FOR HEALTH AND HAPPINESS
Being mentally healthy means you feel good about yourself, what you do for you and for others. Doing something creative and participating in the arts is good for well-being. Being active, having a sense of belonging, and having a purpose in life all contribute to happiness and good mental health.
KEEPING MENTALLY HEALTHY IS AS EASY AS A-B-C: ACT-BELONG-COMMIT
Act: try something creative you haven’t done before, learn to draw, sew, paint, visit an exhibition or take part in an event
Act-Belong-Commit Elevate Arts is proudly sponsored by Healthway promoting the Act-Belong-Commit health message. Act-Belong-Commit is an evidence-based health promotion campaign encouraging individuals to take action to improve their mental health and well-being.