Unwine-d brings together things that warm the soul – music, art, storytelling, food, and wine – creating an opportunity for you to make, share and indulge.
Fresh Funk is Canberra’s leading hip-hop and contemporary dance program. Classes are available for all ages and skill levels.
Messengers is an arts-based youth support program for vulnerable young people and their families operating across the A.C.T. Messengers offers…
The Woden Arts program provides opportunities for participation in the arts in the suburbs of Woden. The program is driven…
Ongoing through to October. Performances Friday 22nd and Saturday 23rd October
Exploring stories about relationships, place making and what defines a community.
Sign up for a jewellery making workshop with local artists Angela J. and Naomi Pisciotta from Emuly Gatherings.
With Canberra currently in lockdown, classes have moved online and will be held on Fridays, 11.00AM -12.00PM. Register in advance for the next class
Artists S.A Adair and Meredith Hughes are asking for contributions for a community exhibition that explores experiences of the 2020 megafires
Book now for a two part vessel weaving workshop with Wiradjuri, Yorta Yorta and Kamilaroi artist Angela Jane Pisciotta.
In this 1 hour workshop, participants will learn about local bush tucker and medicinal plants, as well as traditional tools and culture.
The date for the second Woden Arts market, at the Southside Farmers Market, will be announced soon.
Due to popular demand, the Messengers Program will again be offering our free parenting seminar for challenged parents of adolescents.
The Holiday Drop-in is a free holiday program for young people who would like to keep a connection to the Messengers program and peers over holiday breaks.
Aimed at dancers looking to challenge and extend themselves – Open Classes offer a new routine and a new choreographic challenge each class.
If you are a Canberra region artist working in any art form, register your details so that we can get in touch with upcoming opportunities.
This public program invites us to consider the plant-life around us in new ways.