Be energized by the inspired works or emerging artists Ned Bott, Hannah Gason, Janis Lejins, Clare Peters and Madisyn Zabel; all recipients of the 2015 EASS Awards.
Join us in a rich program of live performances, food and art stalls, a jumping castle, film screenings and hands-on craft activities.
Image: Lyndy Delian
See designs and learn more about the proposed completion of the second stage of the Belconnen Arts Centre development.
Canberra Youth Theatre have just launched a brand new Theatre program for young people aged 12-16 years.
Join the Belco50 Facebook page to hear about the latest news, events and ways to get involved in Belco's 50th birthday in 2016.
Parkinson’s ACT and Belconnen Arts Centre present the first ever weekly dance program in the ACT specifically designed for People with Parkinson’s.
Belconnen Arts Centre is a place to celebrate and share stories, make memories and undertake creative journeys. We present a dynamic program throughout the centre across a range of arts practice where the work of emerging and established artists are applauded. Opportunities and experiences are gently threaded together through the artists’ exploration of space, sense of place, belonging and their relationship to the world around them.
Belconnen Arts Centre is located at 118 Emu Bank, Belconnen and is open between 10:00am-4:00pm Tuesday-Sunday. See more on accessibility.
TIME TO GET THE JOB DONE – COMPLETE BELCONNEN ARTS CENTRE
The Members and Board of the Belconnen Arts Centre Incorporated call on the ACT Government to use its next budget to complete the most anticipated investment in community and cultural infrastructure planned to serve the people of north and west Canberra, the Belconnen Arts Centre. More...
WHERE ARE WE?
118 Emu Bank, Belconnen, ACT [Google Maps]
Tuesday – Sunday 10:00am – 4:00pm
Except for regular classes and special events
ACTION [Timetable Information] - 300 series buses to Belconnen, get off at Belconnen Community Bus Station and walk down to the Centre, or Route 45 directly to the Centre.
Enter eastern end Emu Bank from either Aikman Drive or Eastern Valley Way, from the western end off Joynton Smith Drive or directly opposite the end of Benjamin Way. See Maps for Parking here