Audacity and Savant Art exhibition

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Audacity and Savant Art exhibition

Unread postby Matt » Wed Apr 11, 2018 6:58 am

Hosted by DAPA - Differently Abled People Association

Art exhibition

An Inclusion Project : Autism is not a barrier to talent
Proudly Sponsored by Strathfield Council

Artist : Ping Lian Yeak
Ping is an autistic savant who creates beautiful, detailed depictions of animals and great architectural sites.
He is now internationally recognized with his artwork exhibited in New York, UK, Australia, Singapore, Japan,
Germany, Korea and Malaysia. He has been featured in many documentaries, television shows and books.

Artist : Bowman Yeochung Yu
Bowman is an audacious artist who was discovered in 2009 by Gaye Flemming at Sunnyfield and exhibited his
bold strokes in 2010 at Sydney’s Mori Gallery through Accessible Arts.

Strathfield Library
65-67 Rochester St, Homebush NSW 2140
Sat 5/05/2018 10:00am – 4:00pm &
Sun 6/05/2018 1:00pm – 4:00pm
Matthew Elder
Education and Training Officer
Carers NSW

P 02 9280 4744 Level 10, 213 Miller Street
F 02 9280 4755 North Sydney NSW 2060
Carer Line 1800 242 636 PO Box 785 North Sydney NSW 2059
matthewe@carersnsw.org.au

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Re: Audacity and Savant Art exhibition

Unread postby DAPA » Thu May 10, 2018 10:25 pm

Hi all,
Event was staged as planned. We had the opening by the mayor of Strathfield Council. Approx 45 people attended over the weekend.
There was a glitch with the Council double-booking the room on the Sunday so this was unexpected and we were not happy with this error.
We were fortunate to have savant artist Ping Lian Yeak attend the event, and he even setup a table and was demonstrating his artistic skills for all attendees to witness. It is a rare thing for people to watch an artist at work.
Thanks to Together program for promoting.
Regards
Ian Mackenzie


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