Gratitude Gallery, Raine Square

Art With Heart: The Gratitude Gallery Is Fighting To End The Stigma Of Homelessness

bySally Hall
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Open from today until the February 6th, the Gratitude Gallery is launching a new exhibition championing local artists who have experienced, or currently are homeless.

Located in Raine Square, the exhibition is a collaboration between Uniting WA and UneARThed – a local apparel brand that provides support and gives voice to artists who have experienced homelessness, utilising their designs on high quality clothing and directing profits back into the community.

The Gratitude Gallery will feature five local artists across a variety of mediums, with works that encourage compassion for those who are experiencing hardship around us – as well as shedding light on some of the issues they may face. The exhibition is open every day – during your visit, you can scan the QR codes throughout Raine Square and next to the artworks to find out more about the artists and the story behind their work. Most importantly, with every scan of the codes, Raine Square will donate $1 to Uniting WA – a local organisation who provide integral support to people throughout WA experiencing hardships – from homelessness and housing support to providing advocacy and mental health services, family and foster care services, or NDIS disability support.

Crank up the office group chat and get everyone down to Raine Square for your next lunch break and make sure to get scanning!

Gratitude Gallery, Raine Square

Gratitude Gallery
Open daily, January 13th to February 6th 
Raine Square, opposite Cabinet Noir