January-June 2015. Welcome to Belconnen Arts Centre
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Permeate - Emerging Artist Support Scheme recipients

27 May-19 June 2016 »
all spaces

This month is energized by the inspired works from Ned Bott, Hannah Gason, Janis Lejins, Clare Peters and Madisyn Zabel; all recipients of the 2015 EASS Awards, a collaborative program with ANU School of Art.

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Habitual Creatures - Tom Buckland, Rebecca Selleck and Sian Watson

24 June-17 July 2016 »

Habitual Creatures celebrates a diverse collection of sculpture, photography and interactive works that explore concepts of the animal.

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Pigs and Dogs - Shan Crosbie

24 June-17 July 2016 »

Pigs and dogs: both omnivorous, highly social, and intelligent. Both capable of experiencing joy, fear, pleasure, and pain.

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Dis-Place -
Daniel Savage

24 June-17 July 2016 »
Arts Lounge

Dis-Place is a series of photographs using taxidermy native animal as a metaphor for the position of people with a disability in contemporary Australian society.

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Public Art at Belconnen Arts Centre


Belconnen Arts Centre hosts three public artworks, Dancers on a Lakefront by Konstantin Dimopoulos, Ark in the Ark and Beyond by Wataru Hamasaka of the ACT Public Art collection, and River Lizard by Paul Haslam and Richard Lamond, donated to Belconnen Arts Centre.

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Out of THE BOX


A curated program of accessible and affordable art and design pieces made by local artists.

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Adults' Classes

Take a look at our new program of dance, visual arts, and music classes and try something new!

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    118 Emu Bank, Belconnen, ACT [Google Maps]

    Tuesday – Sunday 10:00am – 4:00pm
    Except for regular classes and special events

  • BUS:
    ACTION [Timetable Information] - 300 series buses to Belconnen, get off at Belconnen Community Bus Station and walk down to the Centre, or Route 45 directly to the Centre.

  • CAR:
    Enter eastern end Emu Bank from either Aikman Drive or Eastern Valley Way, from the western end off Joynton Smith Drive or directly opposite the end of Benjamin Way. See Maps for Parking here