October 2016

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Members of ADS youth club and their parents and grandparents participated on a project called ‘Windows on St George’, which is a partnership project with Shopfront Theatre.
There will be an exhibition taking place in the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia on 21, 22, 23 October, featuring performances, films, craft building and visual art created by ADS youth club and other young participants. Please do join us !
Windows on St George – How do you connect to the world around you? 200 young people from the St George region become explorers of their area through film, photography and visual art. Discover their stories of memory, diversity and place.
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The event brings the community together and welcomes newly arrived migrants by providing useful information to assist with their settlement in Australia, as well as showcasing the rich diversity of the community through cultural performances. There will also be a special cultural stall featuring sale of cultural items with free henna art under ADS’s Cultural Hub, a social enterprise initiative to support migrants and refugees to be financially sustainable.

To keep our service consumers, staff and the public safe during the coronavirus pandemic, we are restricting public access to our offices.

We are continuing to provide services but by appointment only or over the phone (9 am – 4:30 pm, Monday to Friday). Please know that the ADS team is here to help.

Call us on (02) 9597 5455 or email us info@advancediversity.org.au and we’ll direct you to the right person.

Stay safe and keep healthy!