Exhibitions 2012
Hero's Journey

A group of visitors enjoying the Midday Opening of Hero's Journey at Gallery 4017, an Artrageous experience.

The Aftercare Redcliffe Hero’s Journey Art Exhibition

The 12 week art program was designed for Aftercare clients, family and friends and was also open to other community members to attend to work on their own individual art piece within a group setting. The development of the participants artwork was based on their own interpretation of mental health recovery through the story of “The Hero’s Journey” - the expression of their values, what is important to their preferred sense of identity and the expression of their life vision. Encouraging the contribution of our clients in the interactive workshops created an opportunity for peer to peer learning about recovery in a fun and relaxing way. The Hero’s Journey Art Group helped promote social bonds and social interaction among community members, participants and clients and created a sense of community identity and cohesiveness. The initial response of rapt absorption, or captivation, to a work of art can briefly but powerfully move people away from habitual, everyday reality and into a state of focused attention. This reaction to a work of art can connect people more deeply to the world and open them to new ways of seeing and experiencing the world.


The shared goal for the art group is to display the completed artworks at our art exhibition to be held on the 13th of July from 12-2pm, running until Friday the 20th July, at Artrageous Community Arts Centre, 84-88 Loftus Street, Deagon. The Hero’s Journey Art Exhibition is open to the whole community and it is free to attend the group. Light refreshments will also be provided, please RSVP on 3385 1700 by Wednesday 11th July if you would like to drop in, we hope to see you there!

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Upcycled Art Sculpture

There is Artrageous talent in every corner, and our Treasurer, Mrs. Helen Riley PhD, is no exception.

Creative pieces of HelenaRT Upcycled Sculpture are currently on display in Gallery 4017 - part of the Artrageous experience, until Thursday 12th July.


In Helen's words:

"My Upcycle pieces are a reflection of my love of both recycling and second hand shops.  Although the  pieces are somewhat sculptural it is their continued usefulness when turned into something else ... as table centrepieces, candle holders, bird feeders or bird baths etc. ...that is so interesting.  My inspiration comes from the items themselves.  Many, many individual items are collected, but only a few will end up working together to create something different.  It is this process of trial and error, of bringing different individual pieces together to create something else that is so exciting and challenging."


HelenaRT Upcycled Sculptures are for DISPLAY ONLY at Gallery 4017.

Items may be available for purchase once the display ends with all transactions to take place after July 12th.

Interested parties are encouraged to contact Helen directly by phone 07 3333 1805 or email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it




a droplet of time


Karen Williamson is a local photographer, artist and poet.

Her exhibition showcases for 'a droplet of time'....just one week.
Opening Night is the best opportunity to meet with the artist as she shares insight into her passion for creativity, photography and poetry.

Where? Gallery 4017, part of the Artrageous experience - 84-88 Loftus Street, Deagon Qld 4017.

When? May 4th - Opening Night. Doors open at 6.30pm. Free entry. All welcome. Refreshments available on the night. Artwork available for purchase on the night.

Exhibition closes Saturday May 12th.

Monday Closed  :  Tuesday  10am until 3pm  : Wednesday (by appointment) : Thursday 10am until 3pm  :    Friday 9am until 12noon  :  Saturday 10am until 1pm  :  Sunday (by appointment)



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