Everyone has a Super Power
In October 2019, Kalparrin launched the Super Power Kids project, a transformative, new initiative designed to raise the profile of children living with disability.
Showcasing the unique gifts and abilities of 35 children, this 18-month community awareness and educational campaign aims to inform, educate and change the way that people perceive and interact with children living with disability.
Using powerful imagery and storytelling and partnering with respected and high profile individuals and organisations, the Super Power Kids project includes a 200-page hardcover book that was launched at the 2019 Awesome International Arts Festival, directly followed by a three-month photographic exhibition at the State Library of Western Australia.
Books were also distributed to nominated schools as an educational resource for teachers to use in classrooms when discussing diversity, inclusion and strategies to create mutually fulfilling, rewarding and respectful relationships.
The exhibition has recently been hosted by the Perth Children’s Hospital with a permanent installation of the artwork planned for level 5 of the hospital
Please get behind the Super Power Kids project and help us to celebrate all of humanity.