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Art for The Heart


Mon 2 May 2016, 12:00pm–5:00pm
Tue 3 May 2016, 9:00am–5:00pm
Wed 4 May 2016, 9:00am–5:00pm
Thu 5 May 2016, 9:00am–5:00pm

Where: Parliament House, Spring Street, Melbourne CBD, Victoria

Restrictions: All Ages

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  • Admission: Free
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Listed by: artfortheheart

An Exhibition of art, craft and writings about loss love and hope.

Art for the Heart is a free Community Service provided by Tobin Brothers Funerals. It is open to anyone to exhibit works created in response to the theme of loss love and hope. Registration for works to be submitted close on the 11th of April.

The purpose of Art for the Heart is to honour the use of creativity as a powerful source of healing during grief and to offer a space for people to visually tell their stories - to bring the community together and to share the often hidden experiences of grief.

The works are done in a range of media and forms including, paintings, sculpture, poetry, and a range of different crafts. The stories behind the works are also shared and the event is incredibly moving as well as visually beautiful. There will also be opportunity to experience art expression for everyone with our artists table open during the exhibition.

Previous visitor and contributors comments.

“It’s beautiful, just really beautiful”.

“It’s amazing that people can overcome the worst moments of their lives to do something for others”.

“It’s lovely…wonderful…phenomenal. What an incredible idea. I am so glad I came. There is not a piece I didn’t like or wasn’t moved by. Just amazing. Please keep it going, there is nothing else like it”.

“It’s wonderful and very moving”.

“My Dad died 22 years ago and I have never had the chance to process it. I didn’t even realise until I came here what was locked up inside me. This has really helped. It’s so beautiful. Thank you”.

“Thank you for making yourself known to me and taking the time to ask about my drawing. This has meant a lot to me. I’ve come away from the exhibition amazed at the manner in which people are helped to express their grief in art form. So, I thank you very much for the provision of art materials that helped me be creative about my father’s passing”.

All works that are donated by contributors will be up for a silent auction open during the exhibition to raise money for Compassionate Friends. Any queries about the exhibition please go to our website or call our information line on 9373 7000.