Tucked away in the back streets of Dunolly, the Arts Hub is a designated community space used to hold specialised workshops, host community events and showcase the arts and crafts of the local area.

Over the Tiny Towns Arts Trail weekend the Arts Hub will be hosting the exhibition, Through the wardrobe, featuring works from a family who are experiencing life with autism.

Artist statement:

Autistic Narnians Through the wardrobe. The exhibition is a collection of works from a family of creatives who all have Autism. Mother & siblings ( 3 daughters & 1 son) have been using art to process their thoughts and emotions in their everyday life. The siblings have been creating since they were old enough to hold a crayon and their creative mother has supported their artistic journey whilst creating alongside them. The art is fresh, and a must see event on the tiny towns arts trail. 

Don’t treat people different just because they are different. We are all unique, and if you don’t accept that, then leave. The door is waiting. Please and thank you.

Autistic Narnians. MH 2022

The Arts Hub is managed by the Dunolly Neighbourhood house, and is available to the community for public use. Connect with the Dunolly Arts Hub via Facebook or through the Dunolly Neighbourhood House on (03) 5468 1511

While you’re in Dunolly stop in at The Woolly Goose to pick up some fine art yarns. Check out Studio 33 for a rare peek at Val Wilkinson’s wonderful art and garden. Drop by Puzzleflat Art Gallery to see the Tiny Towns Arts Trail Portrait Prize and an exhibition of works by Inglewood artist Greg Holland. Roll on down the road to Ministry of Fun where you can see Anna Ashton’s amazing feltwork and Danielle Boothroyd’s gorgeous ceramics. And don’t forget to check out Dunolly’s Art Walk as you make your way round to the Hub.

On your way out of town, stop in at Squirrel Gully Saffron and pick up a treat before heading out to Alvah Art Gallery.