A new Community Arts Officer for Woden and Weston Creek
Woden and Weston Creek now have a dedicated Community Arts Officer to develop a range of artistic programs and events over the next three years.
Tuggeranong Arts Centre engaged John Hart, a graduate of the ANU School of Art with a particular interest in community building and many years’ experience working in community arts organisations, to work with the community to develop and deliver this program.
The community is strongly encouraged to get in touch and share ideas about the kind of arts activity you would like to see happening in your local community.
Hearing from you: a quick survey
We need your help to shape what community arts in Woden and Weston Creek will look like!
Over the next three years, John Hart will work in collaboration with local people and organisations to develop a program of activities and events.
This survey is the first step in getting to know what you love – and what you need from the arts in your local area.
We genuinely appreciate your feedback and we look forward to working with you to bring the arts alive in Woden and Weston Creek.
If you are an artist, a community organisation or a community member with big ideas for the arts in Woden and Weston Creek feel free to get in touch with John on email@example.com or 0408 204 845.
The ACT government proudly supports this project.
Our first community event from 1-3 May
The first Woden community arts event is in the Woden Town Square from 1-3 May 2019.
This interactive artist’s residency will see Pod 2 of the Woden Experiment taken over by local artist Brian McNamara.
Brian will use the space to create and display interactive sound-art objects.
Brian’s work is highly engaging and entertaining – particularly for young families and small children.
The public are warmly encouraged to drop in, meet Brian, and have a play with the works on display.