Reclink Australia has a long history with engaging and creating opportunities for people experiencing disadvantage to participate in a diverse range of artistic programs – whether that be visual art or music.
These include our early beginnings with initiatives like The Choir of Hard Knocks bringing the opportunity for homeless people to take part in a choral program, and have their voice heard through song and public performances, to the Reclink Transformers Choir in Queensland.
Reclink Australia currently offers a variety of arts opportunities through our structured programs around Australia, and additionally through the support of events like the Kaleidoscope Art Festival, the Resilience Film Challenge, and the Hastings Arts Therapy Program for women. A highly visible recent addition to these has been the Urban Art project run by our Street Games team in Bundaberg, but other activities have included, dance, song/choir, visual art, and craft workshops.
Reclink Australia is also on the lookout for further arts initiatives to add to our programs, so if you or someone you know would like to get involved with helping us bring more arts-focused recreational activities to disadvantaged members of the community, please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org