Words from our Creative Director

Djeran, the Noongar season represented by green, has well and truly begun here at the

Gardiner Street Arts Collective Community Garden. The green shoots we see emerging from our garden beds are such perfect metaphors for the burgeoning group of volunteers contributing to our garden.

What an honour to see this group flourish and thrive. Be sure to keep an eye out for upcoming events with this green-thumbed bunch!

Our ballet lessons for Term 2 were honestly such a buzz, a thrill, and a succession of moments so heartwarmingly cute that I honestly think that I gain just as much from teaching these lessons as my beautiful students. We are back again with dance in Term 3, so be sure to sign up to join in the fun.

It turns out that we really do love winter around here… “let us love winter, for it is the spring of genius”, Pietro Aretino

Keep Creating

Ny x

Arts Happenings

Drummm rollll please!

Gardiner Street Arts Collective, Moora, has been selected by Regional Arts WA to be a Hub in the Regional Arts Network initiative. Moora joins this statewide network of six hubs and cannot wait to bring even more creative pursuits to Moora and surrounds.

As a Hub, GSAC’s role is to increase local decision making by strengthening relationships with local governments and stakeholders, whilst seeking development opportunities for artists and arts workers for the community. The Network’s vision is to connect, collaborate and share information across the state to strengthen and celebrate the regional arts sector. This will be achieved through building a sustainable and thriving ecosystem of connected creative regional communities that engage with their local community, local governments, and key stakeholders to drive state-wide collaborative projects and conversations.

GSAC is thrilled to be amplifying its current remit of creative loveliness through its selection as a Regional Arts Hub, with school holiday workshops (check out our social media platforms) and Kerry Leigh’s exhibition running through July. The Regional Arts Network is proudly supported by the Minderoo Foundation and The Ian Potter Foundation, and with funding from the Australian Government’s Regional Arts Fund.