What Matters to Me is an exhibition of First Nations children’s artworks celebrating their creativity, their ideas, their voice. Children of primary school age across the state have been invited to submit a painting and write messages on what is important to them.
Presented by the Women’s & Children’s Hospital Foundation’s Arts in Health Program, the exhibition supports the wellbeing of young patients while empowering young artists, providing them with a presence, their own voice, to creatively express their thoughts on ‘what matters to me’. In the main corridor gallery, the exhibition allows First Nations children to share their experience with the hospital community through their art. In-house activities for young patients expand their engagement with the exhibition.
About seventy First Nations children from across South Australia
Wheelchair accessible, accessible toilets, lift