Created by artists from Access Arts, sponsored by KPMG Brisbane and supported by the Lord Mayor’s Community Fund and Central Ward Councillor.
Last night we launched a trailblazing exhibition by Access Arts artists, sponsored by KPMG Brisbane.
Access Arts has once again partnered with KPMG to host our eighth annual visual arts exhibition online and at the KPMG corporate building in Brisbane from 3 December 2020 – 26 February 2021.
The exhibition, titled “Journey to the other side”, reflects the artists’ experience living through the coronavirus pandemic and making art from home.
Featuring 42 artworks by 16 artists with disability, each piece is unique, but the artists all shared emotions including isolation, hope and change which they express in the artworks.
All artwork displayed is available for purchase during the exhibition with revenue going back to the artists to help them build a successful career in the arts. (Purchased artworks will be delivered in March 2021 following the exhibition closure).
Access Arts is proud to partner with KPMG to shine a light on talented Queensland artists and start a conversation about the need for more recognition for artists with disability.
Journey to the other side is created by artists from Access Arts, sponsored by KPMG Brisbane and supported by the Lord Mayor’s Community Fund and Central Ward Councillor.