Get Creative for Health + Happiness!
We invite you to feast your eyes over the wonderful work of our next Act Belong Commit 2021 Artist in Residence, Deidre Robb.
Deidre is a life-long maker and emerging artist from the Peel region. She makes functional, utilitarian objects such as clothing, quilts, accessories and homewares, as well as artworks for exhibitions.
We invite you to join us in launching an exhibition of Deidre's works at The Bank Gallery, 8 Macpherson Street, Carnamah daily Thursday 18 to Sunday 28 November 10.00am to 3.00pm
This is a free event and no RSVP is required
CREATE IN COMPANY
Whatever your artform, come along and get creative in the company of others! Meeting Wednesdays from 10am at The Exchange at 4 Macpherson St Carnamah.
Local writing group, Scribes of North Midlands, meets fortnightly on Thursdays from 1pm to 3pm at The Exchange at 4 Macpherson St Carnamah.
Learn or sharpen your digital skills around the internet, computers, tablets or your phone at The Exchange at 4 Macpherson St Carnamah on Thursdays from 10am
4 Macpherson Street in Carnamah
Open 10am to 1pm Tuesday to Thursday
Arts studio, book exchange, community loungeroom, digital learning hub, free WiFi and event space. Everyone in the North Midlands is welcome to utilise the space, participate in its programs and exchange books.
Many of the workshops and activities listed above take place at The Exchange - a great place to get creative for health and happiness!
Act Belong Commit CREATIVE @ HOME
If you're isolating at home, we encourage you to keep active, creative and connected with our expansive Act Belong Commit Creative @ Home program.
Creative activities, online courses, virtual exhibitions and much more. Open 24/7 online!
SUPPORTING CREATIVE GROUPS
Are you thinking about starting up new creative community group in the North Midlands, or need some assistance with one already running? Get in touch!
We can help with planning, marketing, insurance and providing a space for the group to run activities. #StrongerTogether
Mural: 'Together We Are Stronger' by Di Taylor and local youth