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Moosh the Hobo Cat, live rehearsal 2023

About Us

We provide tenancies, residencies, skills training and advocacy so that our communities can collaborate, connect, experiment and take artistic risks.

In 2022, Geelong’s creative and cultural industries are slowly recovering from the effects of the Covid pandemic. There are pleasing signs which show an ongoing commitment to creative practice and to wider support for the cultural sector.

Throughout the last seven years since our inception, our organisation has reflected and adapted to changing economic, cultural and social growth in our region by building communities, networks and projects that ensure there is a place for emerging and under-represented creative ideas and people.

Today, we work alongside larger community and cultural organisations to ensure that the voices of creatives are valued and amplified and to provide a pipeline of skilled and adaptive people who can confidently proceed to forge meaningful careers and interactions with the creative industries.

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