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Ipswich Head to Health is on the hunt for talented artists hailing from the Jagera, Yuggera, or Ugarapul Mobs.



Head to Health is about promoting mental wellbeing and creating safe spaces, and believe that the power of art can help us achieve this.


Here's the deal. They are looking to display the artwork of the traditional owners at Ipswich Head to Health centre.


They are hoping that this display will make First Nations people feel welcomed, safe and at home.


Sound interesting?


Here's what you need to know:


Artwork can be a painting or illustration, a print or an original piece, or even a commissioned work set to be ready by May 2024. Themes of hope, forward-looking, healing, and horizons are encouraged, but not necessary.


Specifications:


Artwork shouldn't exceed 100 cm in either length or width (including frame) and should weigh less than 5kg. It should also be able to hang safely and securely, fitted with D ring hangers 100mm from the top of the work and wire or picture hanging cord (polyester).


Got something that fits the bill? Awesome! Here's how you can apply:


Email angie.downing@openminds.org.au with the following details:


• Artist's Name (you can apply on behalf of an artist)

• Contact Phone or Mobile Number

• Brief Statement of First Nations Cultural Identity

• Links or Attachments Showcasing Your/Their work.


Easy, right? Get your expressions of interest in before the 29th of March, 2023.


Price and payment will be negotiated with each artist.


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