Disability Trust's art exhibition a celebration of creativity

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THIS IS ME: The group whose artwork is featured in the latest exhibition.

THIS IS ME: The group whose artwork is featured in the latest exhibition.

The "This is Me" Art Exhibition is a true celebration of skill, ability and creativity by the artists attending The Disability Trust's Art Group.

The Disability Trust is committed to providing highly professional care and support to people with disabilities and their families.

The exhibition is supported by Hurstville Council and curated by The Disability Trust.

A spokesman for the Trust said it was inspired by the Hugh Jackman movie The Greatest Showman.

"The pieces on display really highlight the beauty of individuality," the spokesman said.

Many of the people attending have been coming to the group for years and are skilled artists with a passion for the arts.

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Committed art group participant Luke Schumacher has been attending the program for more than five years and is a big fan of the program.

"I like doing all the paintings and drawings and having them on display. I also like showing people around the exhibition," Luke said.

The weekly classes run by The Disability Trust are held in Miranda and offer participants the opportunity to pursue a creative outlet, build on new skills and to socialise with peers and friends.

The exhibition is currently on display at Hurstville Civic Centre, 16 Macmahon Street, Hurstville.

Classes are run to cater for all areas. For the Macarthur and Fairfield region you can call the Campbelltown office on 4631 5700.

For information on the Art Group or any other services of The Disability Trust go to www.disabilitytrust.org.au or phone 9540 3011.

KEEN TO CREATE: Luke Schumacher has been attending the art program for five years.

KEEN TO CREATE: Luke Schumacher has been attending the art program for five years.