Community Art Hub

Here you will find all kinds of art made by young people and community. Creations cover themes of respectful relationships, gender equality and challenging stereotypes. If you have a piece you would like to submit we would love to see it! Email with your art and short description.

2021 Art Competition Runner Up

“Life should be enjoyable and exiting, more importantly, safe. I feel safe and comforted everyday, why shouldn’t the hurt get to feel safe too?”—-Liasha

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2021 Art Competition 3rd Place

“This is a drawing of a women and a woman’s hand basically to say that it’s not weak to speak up about violence and to top ones self of suffering in silence.”—-Amelia Wigglesworth

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2021 Art Competition Winner

“I’ve created a saying no to violence against women drawing.. The reason I’ve done this is because I believe its important to stand up to these matters and help the woman suffering. The reason I drew this piece of art is because it’s meaningful to me and my community as a lot of woman suffer from this daily. I feel its needs to be shown in a way that not everyone knows and sees about, a side that woman suffer from. Because no one actually knows what happens behind closed doors. I’m glad I’m able to express my art into something special and meaningful.”—-Madison Phillips

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Art Competition Winner

“Break the silence, stop the violence” deciphers how women suppress violence, her closed shoulders show her discomfort yet a smile remains on her face.

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The contribution of Aboriginal Australians has shaped our knowledge of the country and our identity. All Australians benefit from the generosity of Aboriginal people sharing their Country and their culture.

Relationships Australia (SA) acknowledges Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians; their spiritual, physical, emotional, mental and economic connection to the Land and Seas, and apologises for the atrocities that have been perpetrated on them and their ancestors, and recognises the continued impact on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians today.

We are committed to an ongoing process of reconciliation and will actively engage in redressing inequitable distributions of the physical, spiritual and political economy, in regards to Australian Indigenous issues.

Relationships Australia (SA) recognises and acknowledges that dispossession of Country, and the disruption to family connections has resulted in a breakdown of social networks created through Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australian’s Knowledge, Law and Culture. We also recognise the continuous intergenerational impact of the history of invasion, policies and legislation.


Rize Above values all healthy relationships inclusive of the vast diversity in how these can look. In this site, and in the programs we aim for inclusive language for our terms and challenge heteronormativity. We acknowledge and respect the diversity of bodies, genders and relationships young people have. Young people express their gender and sexuality in different ways, this program celebrates diversity and aims to promote healthy and respectful relationships for all people.
Kids Helpline have put together a great resource which talks to many of the definitions and explanations for LGBTIQA+ terms. You can read more here: LGBTIQA+ Ultimate Dictionary