The art of caring and sharing was the theme for the 9th World Community Arts Day project.
Gateway Services in Kew invited aspiring artists at Villa Maria Catholic Homes to help create a piece of art to mark the day.
Artist and Gateway Services instructor Melissa Peacock has organised the project and said it was well on its way.
“We have some beautiful paper and we are going to send it out to different organisations, St Paul’s College, Gateway, you can contribute and we will slowly put it all together,” she said.
It will eventually be a 2.5 meter high wall hanging. So far they have about 20 drawings and they would like about 50 more.
“I think it’s going to look really nice and organic, really tactile,” Melissa said.
“Until all the spots of the wall hanging are all filled up, about two and a half meters, we will just continue.”