In the evening on Tuesday 26 November the 2013 National Disability Awards Ceremony was held in the Great Hall at Parliament House, Canberra. Assistant Minister for Social Services, Senator Mitch Fifield presented the No Boundaries Project with the Excellence in … Continue reading
Penrith City Council has launched the No Boundaries booklet and DVD, which documents the creative journey of the inclusive multimedia art project. Last year No Boundaries culminated in a multimedia art event featuring a spectacular art projection on the walls … Continue reading
This is a meditation about creativity, and a celebration of the Nepean River in Penrith NSW, to watch, listen, enjoy and share. It was created by diversely abled creative people contributing conceptually and artistically in this project in Penrith.
This project has been an artistic and research project directed by artist Daniel Kojta, encouraging viewers to reminisce and reconnect to the lost and forgotten history of Penrith. It was created during the No Boundaries Project and is featured on … Continue reading
In 2012 illuminart began a new mobile AV and music development in collaboration with Music Therapy organisation, Nordoff Robbins. The purpose of the instruments is to combine interactive media, and experimental forms of music and image enjoyment with functions that … Continue reading
The Travelling Angels was an extension project to No Boundaries, supported by Arts SA. The animation of the fun angel family is from a story and illustration by SA Artist Jacek Limanowka. These characters visited Penrith as part of the … Continue reading
Launched on December 3rd, the No Boundaries Evaluation Report informs us of the audience and artist response to participation in the No Boundaries Project and the Joan public event in September 2012. Right click the link or image below to … Continue reading
No Boundaries Project at the Joan Sutherland Performing Arts Centre on 21 September. This video of the show experience was created by Hajni Tulogdi and will also be included on the DVD about the project available in 2013.
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On December 3rd, Penrith hosted an International Day for People with disability event at St Marys Community Centre, to which an estimated audience of about 150 people attended. The highlight of the event was a showcase of Light Rhythm Plays! … Continue reading
The Light Rhythm Plays! interactive music and media instruments that have been in development in Penrith NSW as an extension to the No Boundaries Project, will be making a performance appearance at this years International Day for People with Disability … Continue reading