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  • FAC Citizens launches in 2021

    Posted: Tuesday 22 September 2020

    The FAC is excited to announce a new opportunity for young people aged 16 to 21 to offer our local young creatives an opportunity to see inside and behind the scenes of the Arts Centre.

    The FAC is excited to announce a new opportunity for young people aged 16 to 21 to offer our local young creatives an opportunity to see inside and behind the scenes of the Arts Centre.

  • Local Artist Spotlight: Brigitte Jarvis

    Posted: Monday 21 September 2020

    Whilst our theatre and exhibition spaces are temporarily closed, we're putting the spotlight on local artists like actor, theatre and film maker Brigitte Jarvis.

    Whilst our theatre and exhibition spaces are temporarily closed, we're putting the spotlight on local artists like actor, theatre and film maker Brigitte Jarvis.

  • Local Artist Spotlight: Bronwyn Kidd

    Posted: Tuesday 8 September 2020

    Renowned Australian photographer Bronwyn Kidd's #STYLE Exhibition can be seen on the large screen in the Glass Cube at the front of Cube 37 Gallery until 20 September.

    Renowned Australian photographer Bronwyn Kidd's #STYLE Exhibition can be seen on the large screen in the Glass Cube at the front of Cube 37 Gallery until 20 September.

  • Local Artist Spotlight: Susie Mason

    Posted: Wednesday 26 August 2020

    Whilst our theatre and exhibition spaces are temporarily closed, we're putting the spotlight on local artists like Susie Mason - a visual artist who works in watercolor, acrylic and oils.

    Whilst our theatre and exhibition spaces are temporarily closed, we're putting the spotlight on local artists like Susie Mason - a visual artist who works in watercolor, acrylic and oils.

  • Arts Access at FAC: Artwell

    Posted: Wednesday 1 July 2020

    Artwell provides access to the arts for people in the community whose lives are directly impacted by mental illness. Artwell facilitator, Peter Fanton, gives an insight into this important program.

    Artwell provides access to the arts for people in the community whose lives are directly impacted by mental illness. Artwell facilitator, Peter Fanton, gives an insight into this important program.

  • Arts Access at FAC: DialysArt

    Posted: Wednesday 24 June 2020

    We spoke with art therapists, Jennie Wragge and Lorin Randall, about the DialysArt program for people undertaking dialysis in the Peninsula Health Haemodialysis unit at Frankston Hospital.

    We spoke with art therapists, Jennie Wragge and Lorin Randall, about the DialysArt program for people undertaking dialysis in the Peninsula Health Haemodialysis unit at Frankston Hospital.

  • Arts Access at FAC: Circus On Wheels (Cirque Sur Roués)

    Posted: Wednesday 17 June 2020

    Circus On Wheels (originally named Cirque Sur Roués) is an inclusive circus, catering for adults of all abilities and welcoming people with physical and intellectual disability.

    Circus On Wheels (originally named Cirque Sur Roués) is an inclusive circus, catering for adults of all abilities and welcoming people with physical and intellectual disability.

  • Arts Access at FAC: Relaxed Performances

    Posted: Wednesday 10 June 2020

    Relaxed Performances are suitable for patrons with autism spectrum conditions, sensory, communication or learning disabilities.

    Relaxed Performances are suitable for patrons with autism spectrum conditions, sensory, communication or learning disabilities.

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