Gungahlin Arts

Community Arts Officer Michele Grimston (right) at Crace Easter Egg Hunt.
Community Arts Officer Michele Grimston (right) at Crace Easter Egg Hunt.

Gungahlin Arts

Belconnen Arts Centre is delighted to be undertaking a three-year project of pop-up arts programs and events in Gungahlin and surrounding suburbs.  Gungahlin Arts will provide new opportunities for children, families and adults to participate in all forms of the arts within their local community. From dance to poetry, visual arts to drama and everything in between, stay tuned as we enliven the region with art.

The program will be determined in collaboration with Gungahlin locals over the coming months. It aims to build on and celebrate the huge range of creative talent that already exists in the region, creating new ways for people to share their creative practices close to home. It will also allow people to connect with and participate in programming by professional artists without having to travel into the city.

If you live, work or play in the Gungahlin region we want your input into the arts programs that you want to see in your area! If there’s something you want to be part of, something you want to see or something wonderful that you’re already doing and you want to share, get in touch with Community Arts Officer Michele Grimston via michele.grimston@belcoarts.com.au or 0403 929 739.

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