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Art Day South

Art Day South is an inclusive arts studio working in conjunction with contemporary artists across the fields of visual, sound and performing arts.

For more than 20 years, Art Day South has been a model of inclusive practice, where artists work collaboratively to experiment and develop new artworks and projects.

The studio focuses on creative exploration and skills development to produce public outcomes in the arts. Working with sound and theatre practitioners, artists use sound and video recording as a tool to extend their drawing and performance practices. The artworks are presented in such contexts as exhibitions, public performance, screenings and projection festivals.

Previous exhibitions and productions include Go Have A Look, Kingston Arts Centre (2018), Gertrude Projection Festival (2014) and Singular, collaboration with Rawcus, Nebula (2013). Art Day South artists were contributors to the original design ideas for Nebula portable studio.
A collection of videos from these programs can be found below details. 


When: Art Day south meets Weekly on Fridays 9.30-3.30pm 

Where: Dingley Village Neighbourhood Centre, 31B Marcus Rd. Dingley Village

Cost: NDIS fee for service


Deaf and/or Disabled artists aged 18 or over.


For more information about Art Day South, please contact Geoff Robinson, Coordinator/Creative Producer of Art Day South on (03) 9699 8299 or email

Art Day South artworks and merchandise can be purchased at