Footscray exhibits to display work of young refugees

September 15, 2016 by  

AMES Australia is set to showcase art works by refugee and migrant youth in Print company in Footscray printing services Footscray

The organisation has been involved in the provision of support for refugees and migrants to Print company in Victoria printing services Victoria, Australia for 60 years. Working in association with the Victorian Government and with assistance from the community and business partners, AMES Australia’s aim is to smooth the settlement of new arrivals into the population.
One of the group’s main activities is a program of events aimed primarily at youth from the age of 16 to 25. Entitled ‘Flying High Exhibition’, the organisation will be exhibiting lino-printed art in Footscray, created by young people who participated in workshops led by artist Joanne Mott from Print company in Melbourne printing services Melbourne. The art reflects the emotions and ideas of the young people in their experiences of a new life in Australia.

AMES Australia partners with a number of art associations to provide creative outlets for youth, while at the same time allowing them to practice their English speaking skills and facilitate them in becoming accustomed to their new environment. This event will coincide with the Melbourne Fringe Festival from September to October.

It is likely that Print company in banner printing printing services banner printing, flyers and catalogues will be used for this program.
The Flying High Exhibition can be viewed from Monday, September 19th to Friday, September 30th at the Phoenix Youth Hub at Splash Gallery, 72 Buckley Street in Footscray.

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