SMRC hosted the Youth Arts and Literature Exhibition opening night on Monday 26th October at local Connection Arts Space in Dandenong.
For many years, SMRC have collated and unveiled Harmony Portrait Canvases. This popular hands-on activity gives the community a chance to draw a self-portrait or an interpretation of someone else’s portrait.
After the success of SMRC’s 2020 youth week art and literature competition, the celebration of youth creativity has made a comeback for 2022.
More than 800 people shared in a celebration of culture and connection during a recent Refugee Week event held by SMRC.
An artwork by Casey resident, artist and SMRC Bicultural Worker Mirwais Janbaz was recently featured in a Refugee Week Art Exhibition held by the Department of Home Affairs to celebrate 2022 Refugee Week.
SMRC was recently invited by the Federation of Ethnic Communities’ Councils of Australia (FECCA) to share our experience of supporting a bicultural workforce through our Diverse Care business and Bicultural Services with audiences at their national conference, held in Melbourne.