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Reflections Art Studio

Our aim is to promote mental health, wellbeing and recovery through the visual arts. Artwork is created in open studio settings for participants to work on their own projects, or in classes that teach particular art skills and techniques.

All our professional services are free and so is the use of the studio equipment and most of the basic art materials. You may need to pay for some of the materials or bring some of your own as negotiated with staff.

Find out more about our classes and programs.

Our facilities

  • Studio spaces for painting, drawing, mixed media, textiles and soft sculpture.
  • A ceramics space for sculpture and pottery.
  • A computer for graphic work and creative writing.
  • A small gallery for exhibitions.
  • Wheelchair access to all areas on the ground floor.

Who is eligible?

To be able to attend Reflections Art Studio you must:

  • be living with the ongoing effects of a serious mental illness but be well enough to attend a community based program
  • have ongoing mental health support by a case manager or a doctor
  • enjoy making art.

No formal art experience is required.

To apply

You must be referred to Reflections by your case manager or GP. If you are interested in attending Reflections, please read about the application process.


Any participant who arrives at Reflections Art Studio in an intoxicated state or in possession of illicit substances will be asked to leave.

Contact details

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Reflections Art Studio

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