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Visual Voices: an exhibition of photography

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St Kilda Community Housing invites you to our annual photography exhibition.

The wonderful photographs have been produced by our residents involved in our photographic group tutored by Carmel Louise.

Venue:

Laneway Artspace, St Kilda, 148A Barkly Street, St Kilda
(just up the red brick laneway between St Kilda Cycles and Petbarn)

Exhibition Dates:

Thursday 25th May to Sunday 11 June, 2017. Open daily from 10am – 6pm.

Opening Event:

Thursday 25th May, 6.30pm (at The Laneway Artspace).

Download the Invitation here.

“Electric Light Orchestra No.3” by Craig Robertson

“Tommys” by David Aaron

“Untitled” by Rochelle Kindler

Exhibition proudly sponsored by:

  • St Kilda Community Housing
  • Epson
  • Kayell Australia

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‘Just Out of Frame’ Photography Exhibition

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St Kilda Community Housing presents the wonderful photographs produced by our residents.involved in our photographic group, as tutored by Carmel Louise.

Just Out Of Frame is an exhibition showcasing a diverse collection of photographers.

Each photographer brings something unique to the exhibition from the simplicity of a momentary pause, observation and capture of imagery, to naturally occurring abstracted forms and light refraction. From the light hearted to feminist concepts, varied themes are explored that are richly intense in colour, form and texture.

Venue: Gasworks Arts Park, 21 Graham Street, Albert Park. (Contact phone 8606 4200)

Exhibition Dates: Tuesday 19th July to 7th August 2016 Open Daily from 9am to 4pm

Opening Event: Thursday 21st July, 6-8pm (at Gasworks).

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Exhibition proudly sponsored by:

  • Collier Charitable Fund
  • St Kilda Community Housing
  • Michaels Cameras
  • Epson
  • Kayell Australia

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Homelessness and Child Protection

The data on the relationship between homelessness and being involved in child protection are not extensive. In 2012, the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare attempted to link data between child protection SAAP and juvenile justice sources. The published report stated that of those young people with a substantiated child protection notification, 6% had received support from homeless services in the past 12 months, whilst 7% had received homeless support in the year after their most recent substantiated notification.[1] 

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