ABOUT US

Gardiner Street Arts Collective is an arts collective enabling intergenerational and cultural understanding

THE BOARD

Nyree Jane Taylor

Creative Director

I am a creator, a dreamer, a painter, a drawer, and once a dancer.

I am a worker, a thinker, and write the most cryptic of messages, and is waiting for the day GIFFS will be used as a universal language.

I AM the GSAC creative director.

I have developed skills in event management and creative workshop programming. My passion lies in the Arts as Therapy.

Tracy Lefroy

Treasurer

I am a doer, an editor, a writer. I can lift heavy things, make words and share ideas. I am a numbers person, an organiser and a painful checker of grammar. 

Sarah Murray

Coordinator

I am a multi-passionate, creative entrepreneur. I am impact-driven and am an inspired story-teller through written words. I am tech-savvy, a marketing and social media guru, and a full moon and crystal lover.

Marie Williamson

Secretary

I am a chef, a designer, an entrepreneur. I can cook, I am caring, empathetic and have a wicked sarcastic streak.

Louise House

Consultant

I am a People Gardener, writer, and lover of the Arts in all its forms. I am a joiner-of-dots, enthusiastic creator of ideas and possibilities, big picture thinker. I love dressing up and always intend to be on time.

The gardiner

street Arts

Collective

What is our purpose? 

To create a shared arts space, adding to regional education, business and enhancing the attractiveness of Moora as a place to live and work.

What will we do?  

The Gardiner Street Arts Collective building will be an inclusive, shared space, welcoming all members of the Moora community and beyond.

We see Gardiner Street Arts Collective being an organisation which embraces existing groups and provides a home for all.

Potential users of our space include
(but are not limited to):

Visiting artists in residence, ballet lessons, dance classes, dance school rehearsals through Miss Roxanne’s Dance Workshop, mental health and well-being through the arts, adult and children creative workshops, music lessons through the Moora School of Music, art workshops – promoting inter generational experiences,  arts and creative writing workshops, art exhibitions, gallery space.

Benefits to the community  

Assists in re-branding Moora as not only a vibrant and successful farming community but one of diverse inclusion and artistic endeavors visible to the outside community

Enhances inclusion and valuing of the hidden talent within our community

Maintains and builds upon one of Moora’s beautiful buildings; already imbued with a fine reputation from the previous cafe ownership.

Maintenance of a vibrant streetscape in a country town

Arts enhance the quality of life in a community and models opportunities for youth

Visitors interact with the community providing depth and colour.

Tourist attraction as well as casual visitors staying to attend workshops, visit gallery and retail

Supports local business by bringing people into the Moora CBD

Enhances mental health of all ages

Upskills community

Brings people together

Adds vibrance, interest and vitality essential as a drawcard for employment

Allow future opportunities to link with other communities in an arts trail

How can you help?  

The Gardiner Street Arts Collective are offering membership packages.

We are currently updating our packages, so in the meantime, please email coordinator@gardinerstreetartscollective.com.au for more information.

 

What is next?  

We would welcome your comments, questions, suggestions and, of course, your membership.

What is our purpose? 

To create a shared arts space, adding to regional education, business and enhancing the attractiveness of Moora as a place to live and work.

What will we do?

The Gardiner Street Arts Collective building will be an inclusive, shared space, welcoming all members of the Moora community and beyond.

We see Gardiner Street Arts Collective being an organisation which embraces existing groups and provides a home for all.

Potential users of our space include
(but are not limited to):

Visiting artists in residence, ballet lessons, dance classes, dance school rehearsals through Miss Roxanne’s Dance Workshop, mental health and well-being through the arts, adult and children creative workshops, music lessons through the Moora School of Music, art workshops – promoting inter generational experiences,  arts and creative writing workshops, art exhibitions, gallery space.

Benefits to the community  

Assists in re-branding Moora as not only a vibrant and successful farming community but one of diverse inclusion and artistic endeavors visible to the outside community

Enhances inclusion and valuing of the hidden talent within our community

Maintains and builds upon one of Moora’s beautiful buildings; already imbued with a fine reputation from the previous cafe ownership.

Maintenance of a vibrant streetscape in a country town

Arts enhance the quality of life in a community and models opportunities for youth

Visitors interact with the community providing depth and colour.

Tourist attraction as well as casual visitors staying to attend workshops, visit gallery and retail

Supports local business by bringing people into the Moora CBD

Enhances mental health of all ages

Upskills community

Brings people together

Adds vibrance, interest and vitality essential as a drawcard for employment

Allow future opportunities to link with other communities in an arts trail

How can you help?  

The Gardiner Street Arts Collective are offering membership packages.

We are currently updating our packages, so in the meantime, please email coordinator@gardinerstreetartscollective.com.au for more information. 

What is next?  

We would welcome your comments, questions, suggestions and, of course, your membership.

SOCIAL

   @gardinerstreetartscollective

  gardinerstreetartscollective

CONTACT

coordinator@gardinerstreetartscollective.com.au

Postal Address: PO BOX 130, Moora WA 6510

Residential Address: 97 Gardiner Street, Moora WA 6510

Contact: 0427 745 015