189 Marine Terrace Geraldton Art & Cultural Development Council of Geraldton Inc

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Elle Santarelli will be conducting FREE youth street art workshops at ACDC on the 25th and 26th of March from 2 - 5pm as part of her March residency. The workshops aim to engage youth who are passionate about art and street art to come together as a group.


Elle's aim is to grow the arts community for the younger ages, and by doing so creating an expressive atmosphere for passionate kids between the ages of 12 - 19. Social worker, Isabella Jones from Young Minds will be joining Elle's workshop each afternoon and will be conducting exercises for the kids to get to know each other and make new friends. The workshops will run for 2 and a half hours with participants painting on signs with aerosol and paint pens as well as working with stencils and being introduced to a range of techniques during each session.


If you know teens who will be interested in the workshops please contact us at 0467 770 025 or info@acdc.org.au. There are limited spots available for this round so it is a first in first served basis.

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Submit your proposals for exhibitions, performances, events, projects and workshops to manager@acdc.org.au

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  • ACDC is a peaks arts body passionate about developing and showcasing the diverse arts and culture of the Mid West region.
  • Membership is open to anyone wishing to develop or contribute to our mission including visual artists, performance artists, creative professionals, hobbyists, arts appreciators and supporters.
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  • ACDC features a multi-purpose arts centre and workshop space at CreativeHub, 189 Marine Terrace Geraldton. Artists of all disciplines are encouraged to submit proposals to manager@acdc.org.au
  • ACDC also develops and promotes opportunities for the community to participate in meaningful arts and cultural activities, encouraging innovation and enhancing community wellbeing.
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ACDC acknowledges the Yamaji people as the traditional owners and custodians of the areas in which it operates, paying respect to Yamaji Elders past and present.

Painting by Frank Walsh Snr, Sandhills at Bunnenjarra 2014

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