'Belonging' Art Exhibitions - Call For Entries


Connect Health & Community is calling for entries in its upcoming 'Belonging' exhibitions, to celebrate belonging and wellbeing in our community.

Entries from clients, volunteers, staff and the broader community are invited to encourage involvement in creative activities and the promotion of wellbeing through art.  Entry is free.

Artworks reflecting ‘Belonging’ can be prepared in any medium and must be presented in A3 size.  The exhibition name ‘Belonging’, explores the themes ‘What makes you feel like you belong?’ and ‘What connects us to a sense of belonging?’.

Amateur and professional artists are welcome to submit up to 2 works each. See the Artwork Submission Form for details. Artworks submitted will be reviewed by a curation panel.  

Chosen artwork will be displayed in one or both of the art exhibitions:

‘Belonging’ Inter-Agency Art Exhibition
Girrawheen Centre (453 New St, Brighton),
1 - 28 May, 2019

‘Belonging’ Community Art Exhibition
Connect Health & Community
(2A Gardeners Road, Bentleigh East),
13 June – 12 July, 2019.

Entry is free.  Entries Close on Wednesday 3 April, 2019.

For more information, review the following documents: 




Call For Artwork Submissions FAQ

To Enter:

Please complete this Online Entry Form  

Enquries:  03) 9575 5325

The exhibitions are jointly organised by Connect Health & Community’s Social Support Program, Gambler’s Help Southern and Volunteer and Community Connections Team.


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