Community Living Australia once again hosted our art exhibition during the South Australian Living Arts Festival (SALA) in August.
SALA is an annual state-wide festival of visual art that promotes and celebrates the many talented visual artists in SA.
SALA parallels our own policy of inclusiveness and we're very proud to be providing artists with disability a platform to utilise their creativity in expressing their inner worlds.
Last year's exhibition at the Bridgewater Mill displayed more than 50 art pieces by over 20 artists. All art work for sale was sold with the full proceeds going to the artists.
This year, close to 60 artists displayed approximately 150 works of art at the Adelaide Convention Centre.
Community Living Australia would like to thank our event sponsor Nucleus for their support of this exhibition.
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