Sally Hanreck

A multi disciplinary artist and ArtsTherapy practitioner, Sally thinks of art as “a universal language capable of overcoming almost all cultural, physical and psychological barriers

She is passionate about using creativity to communicate, connect, raise awareness, provoke meaningful discussion and to inspire change

QUALIFICATIONS

Sally has an Advanced Dip Therapeutic Arts Counselling, Dip Visual Arts, Dip Bi lingual Business Administration, and is currently studying Fine Art, Curating & Art History at Monash University.

She also holds Certificates in Community Mental Healthcare, First Aid, Youth Mental Health First Aid, Professional Writing and Editing, Web Page Design, Welding and Thermal Cutting, and is a registered member of ACATA (Australian Creative Arts Therapies Association) & Art Therapy Without Borders

 

FRANK

Since 2015, Sally has been a founding member, general secretary and resident artist at FRANK, the Frankston Regional Artisans NetworK, an entirely volunteer run not for profit organisation providing affordable studio spaces, gallery hire, workshops, mentoring, and other holistic services to the local community.

 Local Leader Grant Award

Responsible Street Art Program

Visit FRANK on facebook & Instagram

Sally, Netta & Nic, celebrating the new signage

Art in the Community

Sally is a firm believer in using the arts as a form of therapy with people of all ages, abilities and backgrounds, and has volunteered and facilitated workshops in community centres, aged care, child care and mental healthcare facilities since 2006

Publications, Exhibitions, Interviews and other stuff

Sally’s work has been featured in various printed and online publications over the years, and in private collections worldwide.

Her art and photography has been used in the music industry, street furniture design, on wine labels, and merchandise for various charity events and public awareness campaigns.

Official street photographer for The24HourProject , 2014, 2016 & 2017

Finalist in the #IAMTHEMANY design competition on criminal justice reform created as part of ACT/ART’s strategic partnership with the White House. Her painting, Our Father, was included in an exhibition shown at The White House in 2016.