Riverina artists ‘yield’ incredible results in their creative practice
A new exhibition called Yield is set to open at Griffith Regional Art Gallery on Friday 16 August 2019. The audience will become immersed in the incredible world of arts and disability and witness how the exhibiting artists have been democratising the art world and advocating for inclusivity through their excellent artworks.
Yield is a group exhibition that brings together 22 emerging and established artists with and without learning disability from the Riverina, Wollongong and Liverpool, UK.
Curated by Sarah McEwan from the Cad Factory, the exhibition is a cross regional partnership between the Cad Factory, Griffith Regional Art Gallery, Riverina Community College and Western Riverina Arts to raise the profile of learning disabled artists from Temora to Griffith.
The opening of Yield is on Friday 16 August from 6pm – 8pm at Griffith Regional Art Gallery. All are welcome to attend the celebration.
On Saturday 17 August from 11am – 2pm at Griffith Regional Art Gallery there will be a forum to share and discuss local, national and international progressive art practices. A creative program of short films made by and about people with learning disability will be screened as well. Both events are free to attend, and no bookings are required.
For more information, head to The Cad Factory website.