Leading an innovative, connected and sustainable arts sector in regional Queensland and beyond that provides value for the community, businesses, government and creative professionals.

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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Listen to the most magical lady in Oz! The human gem that is Cal Wilson encouraged us and guided us in the very early stages of putting this musical beast of nostalgia together and we couldn’t be luckier. 

One more sleep til we officially birth it at Brisbane Comedy Festival at BRISBANE POWERHOUSE!

Tix details in comments.

Also a huge thank you to Moreton Bay Regional Council’s RADF Continue Creating Fund and to Creative Arts AllianceThe Show Must Go On project, funded by Arts Queensland through Regional Arts Services Network - RASN

Photos by Marty Pouwelse Photography

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Chookas you fabulous humans! I hope to see the show some time when you're touring the country with it x

What a fabulous show at the Powerhouse tonight! Thank you Jenny and Ange. So creative and so much fun!

Break a leg tonight, Jen! You too, Ange! 💖

So wish I could come!!!

See you Sunday x

Yes!!!!!

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READY. SET. PITCH
Are you a creative industry business operating in Moreton Bay Region?
Expressions of Interest are open now to be part of a CI showcase event. 

KEY DATES

EOI Open – NOW
EOI Closes - Friday, 8th April
Finalists Announced - W/C 11th April
Demo Day Pitching Workshop - Wednesday, 20th April
Creative Industries Demonstration Day - Wednesday, 4th May

Contact Steve Butler: steve.butler@mbrit.com.au for an EOI form
Our hearts go out to the many members of our SEQ community of creatives and arts workers who are currently affected by the flood events around the state. 

If you have lost gigs, equipment, studio space, valuable event opportunities or just need support, take a look at the links below and consider contacting for assistance.  

Music and Performing Arts:
Support Act provides financial crisis support as well as a dedicated hotline for artists and creative industries workers. https://supportact.org.au/get-help/
Ph: 1800 959 500 (and option 3 for a dedicated support line for First Nations people)

Visual Arts:
The Artists Benevolent Fund exists to support Visual artists impacted by disaster. https://visualarts.net.au/artists-benevolent-fund/

Remember- you arent alone. Please reach out to these agencies. More links below.
Call Lifeline Australia on 13 11 14 or text the helpline on 0477 13 11 14
Beyond Blue has a comprehensive list of national helplines and websites
Support Act Wellbeing Helpline for anyone who works in the creative industries 1800 959 500
Dedicated Helpline for First Nations artists 1800 959 500 (Option 3)
Hey Sunny Coasters! Want to have a say in the future of your local music industry? The Live Music Industry Forum is coming up next Monday 28th Feb and its free. 

Details and to RSVP are below:

Live & Local: Live Music
Industry Forum
Venue: Your Mates Brewery 
41 Technology Drive, Warana
Time: 5pm till 8.45pm
Date: Monday 28 February 2022
Cost: Free

Use this link to book in: 
https://calendly.com/creativespaces/live-local-live-music-industry-forum?month=2022-02
The Condensery in Toogoolawah are hiring a Learning and Engagement Officer! This is an exciting new role to deliver their first program of children’s workshops. 

https://www.somerset.qld.gov.au/your-council/employment

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“Across its first three years of operation, CAA has consistently demonstrated an appetite and ability to champion regional arts practices and enable the creation of new work – with a particular and necessary emphasis on First Nations arts practices. These are invariably of a high quality and continue to be critically and socially engaged.” 

Michael Brennan Gallery Director, Noosa Regional Gallery

“Our relationship with Creative Alliance allows us to pursue our shared goals for regional artists and audiences and we look forward to building on this as CAA’s continues its growth and influence in the SEQN region.”

Kris Stewart, Chief Executive, QMusic