Sharing the dynamic, culturally diverse artwork that reflects Blacktown, its history and its communities, and the inspiring artists who make it, this is a place for exchanging information and a home for important discussion.
Blacktown Arts Centre’s Creative Residency Program supports artistic development and emerging arts practices in all forms. Successful applicants will be announced in December.
Artist-provocateur Latai Taumoepeau and co-curator Paschal Daantos Berry reflect on the intention and impact of this rigorous performance season with dancer and choreographer Martin del Amo.
During her residency in our Main Street Studio, Nazanin Marashian explores the significance of numbers in a series of non-traditional portraits inspired by encounters in nearby Blacktown mall.
A long-term partnership with Carriageworks is providing pathways into the arts and cultural industries, and creating meaningful change in the lives of young Indigenous people.
Kon Gouriotis reflects on the history of Street Level – Western Sydney’s first artist-run initiative – as provocation for the exhibition It’s Our Thing: More History on Australian Hip-Hop.