The Blacktown City Art Prize is back in 2020, with a full suite of activities designed to engage and excite residents and visitors alike. From the prestigious award itself through to a summer-long art exhibition, workshops, talks and more, the Blacktown City Art Prize offers an opportunity to connect with Blacktown’s vibrant, diverse, creative community.
Join Blacktown Arts for our digital school holiday program. This program focuses on keeping kids and young people busy and creative during their school holiday break.
Explore untold histories and discover works by some of Australia’s most exciting artists via Blacktown Arts’ first virtual reality tour – Terra inFirma.
We have a range of programs, activities and content available for people of all ages and backgrounds.
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COVID-19 has had a huge impact on the arts and cultural sector in Australia and we would like to support independent artists and companies in any way we can. Since lockdown started, we have been running a digital program to support local artists and continue connecting them with our audiences. From Tuesday 16 June The Leo Kelly Blacktown Arts Centre will be open to the public.
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The Leo Kelly Blacktown Arts Centre will be reopening from 16 June 2020, 10.00 am – 5.00 pm Tuesday – Friday. The decision to reopen has been carefully planned by Blacktown City Council’s Safety and Blacktown Arts Centre management teams. It is our duty of care and highest priority to protect our community and staff.