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A young boy in a room standing in the middle of a spilled puddle of Milk. With a surprised expression on his face. The boy has a hearing aid on a band, a light blue top with a tiger outline print and a blue, red, and white striped shorts, white socks with brown leather sandals. The image of the room around the boy is blurred.


Nimbus Studio present Spill

Spill is a multi-artform exhibition presented by the Nimbus Studio. Eleven artists present works in painting, photography, dry point etching and sculpture. Their works explore the idea and act...

A group shot of Art Day South Artists.


Art Day South: 30 Years

This year marks 30 years of the Art Day South (ADS) inclusive studio. Join us on a trip down memory lane in celebration of all things ADS. ADS is Arts...

Thrive festival square


Thrive Festival

The Emerald Hill precinct will come alive with exhibitions, activities and performances from local Deaf and Disabled artists on Saturday 24 July for Thrive Festival alongside of Open House...

Emerging Writers' Festival



How do social media platforms make storytelling and story sharing more accessible to both creators and audiences? Join these screenwriters, filmmakers and producers as they observe the strengths and...

A hand is paining a landscape.



The Artstop artists have shown their artworks most recently at: ‘Visible/Invisible’ in partnership with City of Moreland (2019) West Projections festival in Seddon (2019) Deconstructed Musical presented at Coburg Libraries and online (2021)...

One of the Get Out! artist drawing.


Get Out!

The studio began in 2003. The Get Out! artists have shown some of their artworks at: ‘Art Is’ (2019) ‘Homage to’ (2017) ‘Frog in a Cage’ (2014) ‘The Happy Stage’ (2012) For more information about Get Out!, please fill out the form below, or email Kate...

4 people are stand and playing the drums. While another person plays a Cabasa.


SRS Studios

We encourage independence in artistic decision-making. Artists have the choice in how they make art. How they wish to develop as an artist. And how they take part, be it through:...

Patrick Frances is in a red suit is looking towards the ceiling. He is wearing a red cape that is billowing behind him.


Way Out West

The studio is a multi-art studio. You will work in collaboration with other artists to create and present works. Way Out West (WOW) is open to all Deaf and...