Public Schools Arts Festival

Addison Road Community Organisation is committed to supporting public education and creativity in the Inner West and beyond. That’s why we launched the Public Schools Arts Festival in 2015.

This annual event is an opportunity for budding artists in public schools across Sydney to showcase their collaborative artwork – be it sculpture, drawing, video, painting, drama or music –  in professional exhibition and performance spaces here at Addi Road.

Run in collaboration with Drawn to Seeing, Inner West Drama and public school art teachers, we’ve seen the Public Schools Arts Festival go from strength to strength and absolutely love being part of presenting the incredible work of young artists in our community.

 

Register for 2020!

Would you like to exhibit, perform or be involved in the 2020 festival? We are now taking expressions of interest from teachers, students, parents or art club leaders. Register your interest in participating here.

Public Schools Arts Festival

We’re committed to supporting public education and creativity here in the Inner West and beyond. That’s why we launched the Public Schools Arts Festival in 2015.

The annual Festival is an opportunity for budding artists in public schools across Sydney to develop, design, showcase and display their work in a professional exhibition here at Addi Road in our StirrUp Gallery.

Run in collaboration with Drawn to Seeing and local public school art teachers across the Inner West we’ve seen the festival go from strength to strength and each year we get the absolute privilege of showcasing the incredible work of young artists in our community.

 

Register for 2020!

Would you like to exhibit, perform or be involved in the 2020 festival? We are now taking expressions of interest from teachers, students, parents or art club leaders. Register your interest in participating here.

 

 

In collaboration with… 

The Public Schools Arts Festival just wouldn’t be possible without the hard work and commitment of partner organisations such as Inner West Teachers’ Association, Drawn To Seeing, FlightPath Theatre and the support of local art teachers in public schools across Sydney and, of course, the students themselves for their fantastic submissions and contributions each and every year.

 

The StirrUp Gallery.

The StirrUp Gallery here at Addi Road provides a space for artists, performers, musicians and other creatives to exhibit and display their work in a professional setting.

We strive to make the space as affordable and accessible as possible and welcome booking inquiries from individuals and organisations wanting to showcase their body of work.

The space also doubles as a wonderful community resource for workshops, meetings or film nights. Want to book the gallery? Simply fill out our online booking form!

The StirrUp Gallery. 

The StirrUp Gallery here at Addi Road provides a space for artists, performers, musicians and other creatives to exhibit and display their work in a professional setting.

We strive to make the space as affordable and accessible as possible and welcome booking inquiries from individuals and organisations wanting to showcase their body of work.

The space also doubles as a wonderful community resource for workshops, meetings or film nights. Want to book the gallery? Simply fill out our online booking form!

In collaboration with…

The Public Schools Arts Festival just wouldn’t be possible without the hard work and commitment of partner organisations such as Inner West Teachers’ Association, Drawn To Seeing, FlightPath Theatre and the support of local art teachers in public schools across Sydney and, of course, the students themselves for their fantastic submissions and contributions each and every year.

Get In Touch

Got a question or need to know more about something we do here? No matter if it’s a question big or small you can get in touch with us by sending us an email, filling out our online contact form or giving our friendly Centre staff a call.

For more information on upcoming events check out our Facebook page.

Get In Touch

Got a question or need to know more about something we do here? No matter if it’s a question big or small you can get in touch with us by sending us an email, filling out our online contact form or giving our friendly Centre staff a call.

For more information on upcoming events check out our Facebook page.

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