These senior students at Gilles Plains Primary School are sharing their initial ideas about what peace is personal means to them. They drew a representation of the visual that came to mind when they thought about the concept of personal peace. A collation of their ideas will combine to produce 2 original artworks for the Peace is Personal exhibition.
The Exhibition is proudly supported by Global Communities for Peace and the Port Adelaide Enfield Council, and the inaugural Peace is Personal Art Exhibition will be launched on Sorry Day as part of Reconciliation Week 2016.
WHERE: Port Adelaide Visitor’s Information Centre
WHEN: 11am-4pm daily from May 26th til June 8th 2016.
If you’re an artist and would like be part of this exhibition please download the Exhibition Conditions and the Exhibition registration form, please complete your details and return as per the instructions on the form.