We run ten inclusive arts studios in Supported Residential Services (SRS) across Melbourne. These studios offer the opportunity for people from SRSs to develop their artistic skills across many art forms.
Queen’s Lodge, Drop In Music Session.
Left to right: Paul Frederick, interpreter, Dale Gorfinkel, Nghie.
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:
- Observation (watching other people make art)
- Hands-on art-making
- Refining established skills
- Trying new skills/mediums
- Developing artistic ideas
- Researching art practice by looking through books, journals and other resource materials
- Visiting local exhibitions
The SRS Studios Program is supported by funding from the Australian and Victorian Governments, through the HACC program and Commonwealth Home Support Program.
For more information about the SRS Studios, please fill out the form below, or email Rachel Edward at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also call (03) 9699 8299 and ask for Rachel Edward. Rachel is the Coordinator and Creative Producer of the SRS studios.
Under COVID-19 restrictions, all studios will be run online until further notice.