"Community Art is work that an artist does with a group of people or a community organisation. This differs from Public Art, in which an artist makes a sculpture or mural to be installed in a public space. Having a BA in Community Development and Sociology as well as a Diploma in Fine Art equips me to work with groups of people, exploring their needs, locating resources, and facilitating the process of achieving goals. Community Art can bring together groups of people who wouldn't otherwise meet, strengthen a sense of collective ownership over shared spaces, and build skills and confidence through creative projects. Below are two mural projects I have coordinated. The rainbow wall is outside Mundarda Community Childcare Centre in Seville Grove. The "Our World" Mural is situated in the primary area of John Wollaston Anglican Community School in Camillo.