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Volunteer for Mental Health Month!

Are you passionate about mental health awareness? Do you enjoy building, creating and participating? The MHCSA is looking for an enthusiastic lineup of all rounder volunteers to help us put together Mental Health Awareness Month this October. About the program: Mental Health Awareness Month is a series of events, campaigns and activities put together with the…

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Artist Spotlight: Matthew Shaw

About me… I’m Matthew Shaw, a visual artist from Adelaide, South Australia. I work from moments, conversations, thoughts, and feelings in an expressive, spontaneous style and yet sometimes a simple bold piece of imagery that fits the empty space of the urban jungle using painting as a language to tell stories. These images tend to…

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Artist Spotlight: Nigel Matejcic

Still Life of Flowers About me… I am a local Adelaide artist. I create art in the style of Abstract Expressionism, which is non-realism with feeling. The works I create reflect core themes of Unconditional Love and Being. They contain Spiritual Light Codes. These are of Theta Frequency and drop into the Creator Consciousness. The…

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MHCSA Announces BPD Grants Program

Thanks to the Borderline Personality Disorder Collaborative (BPD Co), the MHCSA have been funded to allocate small grants of between $500 and $2000 to support promotional activities during the first week of October for BPD Awareness Week (1-7). How could $2000 help your event? They’re particularly interested in activities for or by: Young people aged…

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Artist Spotlight: Mali Isabel

About me… I’m Mali Isabel, an artist driven by making the world a better place. I am a twenty two year old Indigenous visual artist who creates rainbow dot paintings in a unique contemporary style. I love using bright colours to depict past experiences and concepts I’m curious to explore. I heard about mindshare… I…

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Reflection on Regret by Ida Sophia

Regret was performed at The Floating Goose between the 2nd to the 29th of June.   Art can be healing, cathartic, transformational and liberating to the viewer and to the artist. It can help establish an invisible bond that will forever link the viewer to the artist together without them ever sharing the same space again. …

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