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30 July 2007 at 4:25 pm
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Multicultural Mental Health Australia (MMHA) is celebrating this year's Mental Health Week through art and encouraging people to illustrate their life through a brush stroke, drawing or photograph.

Staff Reporter | 30 July 2007 at 4:25 pm


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Multicultural Art Competition
30 July 2007 at 4:25 pm

Multicultural Mental Health Australia (MMHA) is celebrating this year’s Mental Health Week through art and encouraging people to illustrate their life through a brush stroke, drawing or photograph.

The Multicultural Art Competition as entrants to show how they identify themselves through their culture or how their culture influences how they see themselves.

The prizes include books, art supplies and vouchers and the chance for some of the art works to be exhibited at Federal Parliament House in Canberra during the launch of World Mental Health Day.

Participants have until August 15 to enter and they are required to produce an art piece based on the theme: I Identify-My Identity.

The competition is open to all people who have migrated to Australia.

For more information please visit: www.mmha.org.au/information/news-items/mental-health-multicultural-art-competition



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