Art in Glenorchy

In 2015 the Glenorchy City Council undertook an extensive consultation and planning process for the Designing Our Future 2015 – 2040 Community Plan. Through this process, arts and cultural development was identified as a key opportunity and priority by the Glenorchy Community.

Council’s Arts and Culture Program responds to a range of community needs through the development of special events, regular arts and cultural programing and ongoing community partnerships. The Arts and Culture Program is supported by the Council’s community based Glenorchy Arts and Culture Advisory Committee (GACAC). Find out more about GACAC at our GACAC page

The Arts and Culture Program has a major role in developing cultural events including the multicultural Moonah Taste of the World Festival, the annual Glenorchy Carols, and Symphony Under the Stars as well as smaller community based arts and cultural projects and public arts management and advice. The Arts and Culture team are based at the Moonah Arts Centre.

Moonah Arts Centre (MAC)

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Housed in a new, state-of-the-art facility, MAC promises to delight visitors of all ages with an exciting program of visual and performing arts. MAC aims to enrich the local community by providing accessible arts and cultural experiences for all. MAC is open 10am to 5pm Tuesday to Friday and 11am to 3pm on Saturdays. To find out what’s on, visit the Moonah Arts Centre website (external link).


Glenorchy City Council’s community events, held throughout the year, are a great way to get involved in the arts and culture of our community. Find out more about Council’s events here.

Public Art

The streets, parks and community spaces of Glenorchy are home to sculptures, murals and mosaics that enrich and enliven our community. Many of the artworks have been developed in collaboration with schools, community organisations and local businesses. We encourage you to discover these wonderful public artworks.

Other attractions in Glenorchy

Glenorchy Art & Sculpture Park (GASP!)

GASP! hugs the water’s edge along a linear stretch of public land from Wilkinson’s Point to Montrose Bay on the Elwick Bay foreshore. GASP! is a dynamic and inspiring open space providing unique ways to interact art and creating memorable experiences in the natural environment. Visit the GASP! website (external link)


The internationally renowned Museum of Old and New Art (MONA) is located on the Berriedale peninsula. Visit the MONA website (external link).