GoYA has created the Social Imagination Project to support our artistic community during the closure of its space at the Hawthorn Arts Centre due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The project brings together young people from a diverse range of practices to contribute to the next GoYA exhibition. The exhibition will showcase visual art, music, dance, creative writing and performance all created in isolation.
You can take part in the Social Imagination Project without contributing to the exhibition.
You will have access to online professional development workshops, weekly themes to get the creative juices flowing and the opportunity to be a part of a safe community in which you can share and learn from one another.
These workshops will take place on our Facebook group.
For more information, email Wendy at [email protected].