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Contact Us and Further Links

The Arts & Cultural Development Section is part of Council's Community Development Department.  We are situated at the Moonah Arts Centre, 65 Hopkins Street, Moonah 7009.  The Moonah Arts Centre is open Tuesday to Friday, 11.00am to 5.00pm weekdays.

 

For further information about the program and activities of the Moonah Arts Centre click here.

 

Coordinator Arts & Cultural Development, (Eleanor Downes) phone 03 6216 6382
Email: edownes@gcc.tas.gov.au

 

Community Cultural Development Officer (Michael McLaughlin) phone 03 6216 6312
Email: mmclaughlin@gcc.tas.gov.au

 

Arts Officer Moonah Arts Centre (Seán Kelly) phone 03 6214 7633
Email: skelly@gcc.tas.gov.au

 

For further information on Council’s role in promoting arts and cultural development in Glenorchy, please visit other Council programs including:

 

Moonah Arts Centre at www.moonahartscentre.org.au/

The Works, the biennial arts and cultural festival at www.theworks.gcc.tas.gov.au

 

For information on particular cultural groups or activities search the Infoline web site at www.infoline.com.au

Links
A selection of other information and resources on arts and community cultural development are available on the links below:

 

www.tasregionalarts.asn.au A peak Tasmanian Arts organisation with a focus on community cultural development.
 
www.arts.tas.gov.au The State Government’s Arts Tasmania web site.

 

www.24-7ezine.org.au A youth ezine produced by Kickstart Arts Inc as part of the 2003 Works Festival.

 

www.ccd.net A national web site for community cultural development.

 

www.culturaldevelopment.net Victoria’s cultural development advocacy site.

 

www.ozco.gov.au The Commonwealth government’s arts funding agency.

 

www.artsatwork.com.au arts @ work is an arts agency established to develop employment, commissioning and export opportunities in the arts and cultural sector within Tasmania.