One of the groups from REDI’s (formerly known as MPREC) Community Development Programme in Enngonia has created some fantastic works of art, really showing off their creativity.
The team of job seekers and supervisors has expanded their horizons, with a huge mix of different arts and craft activities.
This has included wood burning, spray paint art, chalkboards, making chimes out of keys and Aboriginal design painting.
There were two chalkboards made by the job seekers and REDI has donated them to the Bourke Community Health for the children.
Activity Supervisor Taryn Kelly says she loves seeing the creative process in action.
“The people in my team have such great ideas when they start and by the time it is finished it is really amazing. “I am very proud of them.”
This initiative is funded/supported by the Australian Government.