January-June 2015. Welcome to Belconnen Arts Centre
Belconnen Arts Centre

Events At Belconnen Arts Centre

What's On
  • Imaginarium
    Curated by Amanda Stuart
    23 January–15 February » Gallery

    An exhibition that will delve into the realm of imaginary.


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    Image: Rosalind Lemoh (detail)

  • RAW: Visionary
    Friday 30 January » 7:30pm



    See hand-selected artists working in film, fashion, music, visual art, photography, performing art, hair and make up for a one-night creative explosion! 


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  • PLAY at belconnen arts centre


    It’s time to play! Take this opportunity to dance, sing, make, explore and create. Classes and workshops range for kids aged 18 months to 12 years.



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    Image: Marianne Mettes

  • Place: Spaces and Beyond April Glaser–Hinder, Lorraine Blackwell, Graham Cossey and Bev Moxon
    20 February–15 March » Gallery

    Four regional NSW artists explore ideas of place.

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    Image: Graham Cossey

  • An Evening of Classical
    Indian Dance
    Saturday 21 February » 7:00pm

    Sydney's Indian Dance Centre are presenting a series of dance pieces in the classical Indian Dance style, Kuchipudi, at Belconnen Arts Centre.

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    Image: Indian Dance Centre

  • MAKE at belconnen arts centre


    Adults' Creative Workshops are now enrolling! Art Soiree and Cartooning return with local artists Julie Bradley and Andrew Hore.



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    Image: Good Design Club

  • Photograph

    Stage 2 at Belconnen Arts Centre



    Learn more about Stage 2 development at Belconnen Arts Centre.




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    Image: Cox Architecture


Belconnen Arts Centre – the centre of arts and cultural activity in the Belconnen Region

Belconnen Arts Centre opened in 2009 with the objective of being the centre of arts and cultural activity in Belconnen. BAC is a small team of staff supported by a number of wonderful volunteers who together present a broad program of events to engage the community, in Belconnen and beyond! The Centre hosts a program of outstanding events including exhibitions, creative workshops, dance, concert, markets and festivals. See more

Belconnen Arts Centre is located at 118 Emu Bank, Belconnen and is open between 10:00am-4:00pm Tuesday-Sunday.

The building is situated on the foreshore of Lake Ginninderra in northwest Canberra in the ACT, Australia's National Capital. Host an event at BAC...

OUR SPACES

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Belconnen Arts Centre opened to the public on 29 August 2009, and offers a
range of creative arts activities in wonderful spaces including:

  • Stunning large Foyer suitable for major events, launches, performances and presentations
  • Dance Studio with full lighting and sound
  • Gallery and Outdoor Gallery
  • Two Creative Workshops and an Outdoor Workshop for visual arts and craft classes and workshops
  • Three small Studios for multi-media or other arts practitioners and groups
  • Community access Meeting Room suitable also for training workshops, classes and presentations
  • An Arts Lounge for volunteers and friends of the centre
  • Coffee kiosk and
  • Outdoor area for celebrations and markets

The 2014 July—December Program is supported by:

July-December Sponsors

Belconnen Arts Centre is an initiative of and is supported by the ACT Government



 

 

How to get to Belconnen Arts Centre:

  • WHERE ARE WE?
    118 Emu Bank, Belconnen, ACT [Google Maps]
  • OPENING HOURS:
    Tuesday – Sunday 10:00am – 4:00pm
    Except for regular classes and special events
  • BUS:
    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.
  • CAR:
    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
  • PARKING:
    See Maps. Parking is available on Emu Bank, Westfield Belconnen and behind Nature Conservation House, or at the Centre (2 hours only)
    Parking