Young adults of the Stepping Forward to Independence (SFTI) program have created an immersive art exhibition, Light Ability in Laverton, that will lighten up the Wood Street Art Space throughout May and June. Assisting the young adults is, Skunk Control, a creative studio from Melbourne’s west. Both groups have teamed up to create and assemble a light-based exhibition that explores light, colour and how nature (as demonstrated through flora and fauna) utilises and interacts with light to create colour and spectacle. The exhibition will engage day and night and is designed to encourage discovery and provide dollops of wonderment.
Stepping Forward to Independence is a full-time education program for young adults with a disability. Skunk Control creates visually engaging works that draw on technology, design, art, engineering, science and education to create interactive and impactful art.
Woods Street Arts Space, 44 Woods St Laverton, Laverton, 3028, View Map
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