Stockland Wetherill Park Community Wall
Stockland Wetherill Park is excited to exhibited and bring to life community art pieces and creative works from local schools and community groups. The intention of this exhibition space is to shine some light on the wonderful initiatives and programs running in our local community.
The creative works Exhibited on the Community Wall have been donated by the Assyrian Cultural and Social Youth Association Inc. Details of the association are as follows:
The Assyrian Cultural & Social Youth Association Inc. (ACSYA) is an independent organisation committed to the celebration of Assyrian culture, heritage, and advocates for our nation's productivity by fostering initiatives such as field trips, workshops, training sessions, educational, cultural, and social events/ activities.
Empowering and engaging our community is at the forefront of what we do to achieve long-term benefits now and in the future. These initiatives deliver on ACSYA's commitment to drive and build a stronger Assyrian community whilst actively engaging our youth.
Learn more about the Assyrian Culture by visiting the display at the T-Way Entry next to The Reject Shop & Angus & Coote.
Assyrian Traditional Clothing
Assyrian traditional clothing varies across villages of the country now known as Iraq. Typically they feature lavish jewellery and head pieces for both men and women. The vibrant colours, blue, red, yellow, green and purple were significant in relation to status as they were predominately worn by the wealthy.
This ancient culture originated approximately 4000 years ago. Their leaders included Kings and warriors who considered lion-hunting a sport, symbolic of the ruling monarch’s duty to protect and fight for his people. Pictured below are images of what these rulers would wear. You can read about the reliefs illustrating the sporting exploits of the kings at the community wall.
To register your interest, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or contact Centre Management on 9609 776. Community exhibitions will rotate on a quarterly basis.