#38 Truly Accessible: Toi Ora Live Art Trust

Situated discretely on Great North Rd behind the 24-hour Mcdonalds on Great North Rd, is Toi Ora, a thriving arts centre for people with experience of mental ill health. The centre's motto of 'Inspiring wellbeing through creativity' is apparent in its atmosphere of accessibility and openness. All people are made to feel welcome and valued, the most crucial and effective form of accessibility!

Kama's exhibition Colour and Shape, 21 August to 7 September 2012, Opening 5pm Tuesday 21 August at Toi Ora Gallery, 6 Putiki Street, Grey LynnToi Ora are proud to present a solo exhibition by artist Kama Szabo, called 'Colour & Shape'. Colour & Shape is an exploration in using layered recurring patterns in harmonised colours that build into an original and mesmerising experience. All the works are acrylic on paper and are available for sale.

"Although I do other work, I wanted to do something that was clear, clean and appealing," Joshua said. Colour & Shape is the culmination of a year's focussed work, that all began with Joshua's arrival at Toi Ora in 2011 and stating up front that he wanted to exhibit and share his work with the community.

Colour & Shape, Kama's solo exhibition opens next Tuesday 21 August at Toi Ora Gallery.

OPENING NIGHT Tuesday 21 August 2012, 5pm
6 Putiki Street, Grey Lynn
09 360 4171