The perfect gift!

A calendar featuring artworks from the 2017 International Tenants’ Day Art Exhibition People, Pets, Place.

Celebrating the contributions of Canberra’s renters through creative arts. The perfect gift for the festive season!

The calendars are standard A4 folding wall calendars, and cost a very reasonable $11 each.

If you would like to order a copy (or two!) go to www.tenantsact.org.au/product/international-tenants-day-calendar-2018/

 25 works by people living in a range of homes including private rental, community housing, public housing and crisis accommodation.

The artworks explore strength in community, the importance of home, the joy of companionship and the diversity of Canberrans.

Thank you to all artists who participated, and everyone who attended and voted for People’s Choice!

People, Pets, Place art competition and exhibition is a joint project of the Tenants’ Union ACT, Housing ACT, ACT Shelter and Street Law, a program of Canberra Community Law.

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