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Art Day South

For more than 20 years, Art Day South has been a model of inclusive practice, where artists work collaboratively to produce high-quality contemporary work.

Art Day South is a flagship program of Arts Access Victoria and a model of inclusive arts practice, where artists work collaboratively to explore, develop and produce new work.

The Art Day South studio is based in Dingley and works with the local community of emerging artists in the southern region. Members of the Art Day South studio have explored and worked across a variety of visual mediums. A team of visual artists work with each group member to continually introduce new art forms and to further develop existing skills and arts practices.

“H has loved his year with Art Day South and I am so grateful he is able to be part of this amazing program – his confidence and sense of self has grown a lot in the last year and I feel sure Art Day South has really helped because he feels a sense of belonging and it is a place his creativity is recognised and fostered.”
An Art Day South participant's family member

Facilitated by professional practicing artists and fully supported by qualified disability workers, Art Day South is an opportunity for participants to develop their creative and social skills as individuals and as members of a group.


  • Venue: Dingley Village Neighbourhood Centre
  • Address: 31 Marcus Road, Dingley
  • When: Weekly on Fridays from 9.30am to 3.30pm to during school term
  • Cost: For information on fees, please contact AAV.

2016 dates

Term 1

5, 12, 19 and 26 February
4, 11 and 18 March

Term 2

15, 22 and 29 April
6, 13, 20 and 27 May
3, 10, 17 and 24 June

Term 3

15, 22 and 29 July
5 ,12, 19 and 26 August
2, 9 and 16 September

Term 4

7, 14, 21 and 28 October
4, 11, 18 and 25 November
2, 9 and 16 December


Art Day South is open to any adult with an intellectual disability or acquired brain injury.


Please contact Geoff Robinson on 8640 6010 or email


Header image: A 2009 Art Day South video installation at Frankston Art Centre's Cube 37