Sunshine Coast Council is helping young people set up shop in libraries across the Coast this summer.
Anyone attending the Festival of Life in Caloundra later this month is in for a taste of the international “yarn bombing” phenomenon, thanks to Australia’s Crochet Queen Jenny King.
[vid] The Fringe Festival starts on the evening of Friday September 21 with a concert, parade and fireworks and will continue through the Music Festival (Sept 28-30) with the final day on Monday October 1.
Having recently collaborated in the Mix FM’s ‘Give Me 5 For Kids’ Art Auction, as well as having his art on display in the Wishlist Foundations House, Bernhard Weisskamp is looking forward to his first solo exhibition this weekend.
Sunshine Coast Council’s Caloundra Regional Gallery is calling for expressions of interest for both mentoring artists and emerging artists living with a disability to participate in the Right Back @ U community project. Division 2 Councillor Tim Dwyer said the Right Back @ U will provide creative opportunities for local artists living with a disability. […]
Creating clay sculptures is the favourite pass time of Janna Pameijer. It also happens to be her career. Fortunately she loves to share her passion. Through her unique teaching skills she has inspired many lives.
Projects including shadow theatre, arts publications, choirs and clay workshops are among 18 projects in the latest arts grant round from Sunshine Coast Council, announced Executive Director of Community Services, Coralie Nichols.
Sunshine Coast Council proudly presents the final projection sound artwork Natural Transitions in the Public Art Program at Noosa Junction station by respected Sunshine Coast artists Kathy Daly and Glen Manning.
Worldwide, green art is inspiring and facilitating innovative relationships between scientists, communities and the creative sector, and in no place is it more prevalent than the Sunshine Coast, Queensland.
Sunshine Coast Council is proud to announce the next instalment of TreeLine 2012 in an exhibition at Caloundra Regional Gallery from 30 May to 8 July 2012.