We take great pleasure in introducing you to the Gardiner Street Arts Collective.
Gardiner Street Arts Collective, Moora, is a not-for-profit, intergenerational, culturally diverse, inclusive Community Arts Space, freely available to all, for the pursuit, practice and development of all creativity.
DISCOVER OUR SPACES
A team of willing volunteers, gardening gurus and the Yued Works Crew have come together to create a productive, sustainable, and Carnaby-friendly community garden.
Art Gallery & Shop
Our Gallery hosts a variety of exhibitions and workshops throughout the year and accommodates both local and visiting artists.
The Ingleby Room is beautifully designed for dance and movement. It has a new dance floor, a full wall of mirrors, high ceilings and ambient lighting and a ballet barre.
IN THE PRESS
Words from our Creative Director You are invited to get creative! We know you have a masterpiece...
When many hands gather in the one space, you know something special will result. Such is the case...
Words from our Creative Director What a month it is has been…so many events in Moora, in Australia...
Words from our Creative Director Djeran, the Noongar season represented by green, has well and...
Regional Arts WA is excited to announce two new Hubs, Gardiner Street Arts Collective, from the...
WORDS FROM OUR CREATIVE DIRECTOR We have just entered “Djeran”, the Noogar season represented by...
Pram parking was at a premium at Gardiner Street Art collective on Sunday as Moora mums and mums...
WORDS FROM OUR CREATIVE DIRECTOR Come with me on a wander of fancy… follow my thoughts as...
The first phase of the Community Garden in Moora, behind the Gardiner Street ARts Collective...
REGIONAL ARTS HUB
Proudly, Gardiner Street Arts Collective was announced as a new Hub in the Network. We will continue to be an inclusive not-for-profit organisation, providing opportunities for our community through our GSAC spaces, community garden, programs and workshops which are accessible to all for the pursuit, practice and development of all creativity.
Being part of the Network means we can continue to strengthen our relationships within our communities, while connecting back to the growing state-wide Network.
The Regional Arts Network initiative is supported by Minderoo Foundation and The Ian Potter Foundation, and with funding from the Australian Government’s Regional Arts Fund.
Moora Shire Community Grants
CBH Grass Roots Community Grants
Regional Arts WA Regional Arts Network Hub
Nutrien Ag Solutions in Partnership with FRRR
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF COUNTRY
Yued Noongar Boodjar Country
Gardiner Street Arts Collective acknowledges the Traditional Owners and Custodians of the lands on which we work and pay our respects to Indigenous Elders past, present and emerging. Sovereignty has never been ceded. It always was and always will be, Aboriginal land.