Ngununggula’s Art Access Program is designed for individuals and creatives who identify as living with a disability or experiencing access requirements. The program fosters social inclusion and supports artistic practice by providing dedicated workshop space, materials, mentorship, and access to industry professionals.
Our 6-week ART ACCESS program is for individuals and creatives who identify as living with a disability or experiencing access requirements. Our programs are led by artists, with participants collaborating to create an artwork outcome presented in our education space or entry foyer.
This program is FREE to creatives who identify as living with a disability or experiencing access requirements.
To book into this program, please contact Assistant Director Milena Stojanovska. [email protected]
Commencing Wednesday 6 March - 12 April | 2 pm - 4 pm
Join artist and educator Lily Cummins for a 6-week collaborative art-making project. Participants will learn new practical art-making skills and display their collaborative outcomes in our education space. The theme for this program is Home and explores the unique and diverse interpretations we have of place and belonging.
We will also have a special guest artist, Liam Benson, join the group as a mentor on Wednesday 20 March (Session 3). Liam is a multi-disciplinary artist whose practice incorporates performance, photography, video and textiles.
About Lily Cummins
Lily Cummins is a tactile artist who lives and works on Gundungurra land in Mittagong, NSW. She graduated from the National Art School in 2017 with a Masters in Drawing, and her practice explores both herself, her memories, and the emotive bonds and attachments people develop to place.
Lily’s work is highly process-driven; conversations are created between repeated forms and structures, and investigative mark-making explores the disintegration of memory and the inevitable passage of time, exclusively mining her own experience of remembrance, absence, and loss.
6 March – 10 April 2024 ART ACCESS | TERM 1,