Creative Arts Alliance is a leading arts industry body working to strengthen the creative and cultural sectors across regional Queensland.

Building on the legacy of the Sunshine Coast Creative Alliance, a new entity was formed in 2018, the Creative Arts Alliance, which broadens the scope, reach and ambition of our work into the future.

The Creative Arts Alliance was successful in receiving funding from Arts Queensland to deliver the Regional Arts Services Network (RASN) initiative in South East Queensland North (SEQN) over the next 3 years.

RASN in South East Queensland North is also delivered in partnership with six local councils – Gympie, Noosa, Sunshine Coast, Moreton Bay, Somerset & Redlands.

Creative Arts Alliance recognises that we work and create on the lands of the Quandamooka, Yuggera, Turrbal, Jinibara, Kabi Kabi/Gubbi Gubbi, Waka Waka and Butchula/Badtjala peoples. We acknowledge them as Traditional Owners, Custodians, First Peoples and the first artists, storytellers, performers and creatives of these lands. We pay our deep respects to their Elders past, present and emerging.

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Creative Arts Alliance was delighted to be asked to coordinate the live music entertainment for the Cleveland Food Truckin Fun Fair starting on October 29th at Cleveland Showground.

This is a Fun Fair for all to enjoy a welcomed community event of amusement rides, sideshow ally games, food trucks and live music by 9 local artists and bands including a number of our Plug In young artists.

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Excited to see this very special exhibition is opening today at the Redland Art Gallery

Canaipa Mudlines began in 2016 with a small collective of Southern Moreton Bay Island artists seeking ways of connecting their creative practices with the island ecology.

Based on Canaipa (Russell) Island, the project has developed as both established and emerging artists from the island and beyond make regular site excursions to create mostly ephemeral works in response to the places and qualities they encounter.

Working in this way has contributed to both surprising developments in their individual practices and highlighting the often overlooked richness of the island environment.

CANAIPA MUDLINES: ART AND ENVIRONMENT
25 October - 6 December 2020
Redland Art Gallery, Cleveland

Image: Sandy Ward
Photography by: Sharon Jewell
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