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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Brisbane City Council is seeking proposals from a creative producer, creative collective or cultural organisation to deliver the Lord Mayor’s Seniors Cabaret and Seniors Suburban Concerts programs 2021-2022 with the option to extend for one additional year, until 2023.

The producer/s will provide a proposed plan for the Lord Mayor’s Seniors Cabaret program and Seniors Suburban Concerts program that delivers engaging and interactive performance skills development opportunities for participants, a series of entertaining showcase performances and a professional gala event at Brisbane City Hall.

To apply, email your response with the relevant attachments to by 12 noon on Wednesday 17 February 2021. Please include ‘Lord Mayor’s Seniors Cabaret and Seniors Suburban Concerts programs RFP’ in the subject line.
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Family Fun Day at Caboolture Hub will take place on Saturday 6 February. There is going to be activities throughout the day for all ages, so come on down to join the fun:

9am - 11am Sacred Geometry Chalk Drawing
Join The Art of String Theory's Gabrielle Quakawoot for a bright and colourful Sacred Geometrical Artwork at Caboolture Town Square.

10am - 11.30am Sing for Joy
Enjoy the physical, emotional, mental and social benefits of group singing in this all ages, all abilities workshop where you are invited to sing for joy!

10am - 12pm Stick Together workshop with Mel Brady
Join Stick Together artist Mel Brady for this free, drop-in weaving workshop for all ages. Add your creation to the collaborative installation.

11.30am - 1.30pm Young Mic
Young Mic is a free open mic event where young musicians up to 18 years of age are invited to perform a song to a live audience. Register online to perform.

2pm - 3.30pm Moreton Bay Big Band

3.30pm - 5pm Arts, Culture and Wellbeing panel discussion
Join a panel of inspiring artists and artworkers for a lively discussion on the transformative impact of visual art, singing, instrumental music, theatre and dance in local communities.

The following exhibition will also be showing at Caboolture Regional Art Gallery:
Manggan - gather, gathers, gathering - Emerging from the rainforest canopy of Far North Queensland and a culture spanning countless generations, Manggan – gather, gathers, gathering shares knowledge through the recent works of 19 Indigenous artists from Girringun Aboriginal Art Centre alongside collection objects from the South Australian Museum.
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The Somerset Art Beat Festival is back on Saturday 29 May 2021 bringing a range of arts, music, performance and creativity to The Condensery in Toogoo...

Young people from across the Somerset region are invited to explore the world of drama and performance in these fun and inspiring weekly workshops. Br...