Coming Together as One: the art of inclusivity

The exhibition ‘Coming Together as One: the art of inclusivity’ was commissioned by us from QArt Gallery and Studio by Endeavour Foundation.

QArt is a social enterprise providing employment, mentoring and training for professional artists with intellectual and physical disability. Their Kew studio works with artists of all abilities and provides them with the resources and support they need to create and showcase their work.

In December 2023, we commissioned QArt artists to create 13 artworks inspired by the Boroondara Disability Access and Inclusion Plan 2024-28’s vision for our community. The Plan’s vision is:

'An inclusive and accessible Boroondara where people with disability participate in community life, have equal opportunities, and feel proud of who they are.'

These beautiful artworks brought to life the Plan’s vision.

The artists featured in this Plan are Julian Campomizzi, Ashlea Sergarkis, Henry Deakin, Tiffany McBroom, Jarrod Wendt, Tara Wood, Miranda Millane, Kitty Yiu, Jordan Dymke, Tara Scott, Sammi-Jo Matta Mya Wilson and Sarah Gibson.

‘Coming Together as One: the art of inclusivity’ is on display in the Camberwell Library corridor from 17 May to 28 June 2024.

To read the plan visit our Boroondara Disability Access and Inclusion Plan 2024–2028 page.

For more information contact our Social Inclusion Policy and Project Officer at [email protected] or on (03) 9278 4526.


"I am an artist using mostly watercolours. I like to paint nature and use my disability in my work."

Miranda Millane

"I am a drawer and painter. I like the process of making art and getting lost in my own world and exploring different colours and shapes."

Tara Wood

"I like that at QArt we can elaborate our thoughts and get to do projects inspired by different artists. We encourage each other, and we get to know and learn about our different experiences."

Kitty Yiu

QArt Gallery by Endeavour Foundation and Endeavour Foundation logos

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