Guest and artists were provided with soft guitar tunes by Dimitri Lineton (Artist) and Craig Friday (Local musician) to celebrate the amazing art work on display at the recent Creative License Exhibition launch at the Burnside Civic Centre on Thursday the 2nd of July.
This is our third exhibition at Burnside with over 81 art pieces and 31 Artists exhibiting. Regional Manager, Mary Allstrom, opened the exhibition by thanking the artists; in particular, Malcolm Derwas for featuring in the Portside Messenger and helping to hang the exhibition; Joe Amuso for taking part in a Radio Adelaide interview and helping to hang the exhibition.; Ingrid De Ruyter for assisting with hanging the exhibition and taking photos of the launch; and Alfie Davy for taking part in a Radio Adelaide interview.
Every piece is unique and the styles are very diverse from digital photography, oil landscapes, abstract to watercolour. The exhibition runs until the 24th of July.
Listen to the interview with Neami's South Australian Arts Group Facilitator, Juju Haifawi, and artists Joe Amuso and Alfie Davy on Radio Adelaide.
Read the article featuring Malcolm Derwas in the Portside Messenger.
Picture: Mary Allstrom, Regional Manager, Psychosocial Recovery Services at Neami National with artist Alfie Davy