Yooralla customers’ photography collection exhibited in the CBD today

DATE: 3 December 2018

Yooralla customers’ photography collection exhibited in the CBD today

'Experience Art and Life Through a Different Lens' - The exhibition is open to the public and free to attend

As part of the International Day of People with Disability a photography collection produced by a group of Yooralla customers is on display at the Atrium in Federation Square, as part of a larger exhibition – Experience Art and Life Through a Different Lens.

The exhibition is open to the public and free to attend. It will also feature a musical performance and short films produced by Victorians with disability.

The customers (pictured), who spent weeks putting the collection together as part of Yooralla Learning Hub's photography program, attended the exhibition to talk about their project and answer questions from the public.

Videos of Yooralla customers and their achievements are also featured on the main screen at Federation Square, playing at intervals throughout the day today.

The videos are also playing on a large projector screen by the main entrance at Melbourne City Library.

Volunteers and staff are out in the Central Business District (CBD) of Melbourne today fundraising for Yooralla.

Donations can be made through placing coins or notes in tins held by volunteers around Melbourne’s CBD or by donating online here www.yooralla.com.au/donate.

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