Project Information While the pandemic came as surprise to us all, how we lived through it and with it has been different for each and every one of us. The pandemic has affected us in many varied ways, and many of us have stories to tell. Healing can happen through sharing [...]
Mornington Peninsula Shire is developing a brand new, 11 day annual creative art and culture festival, with the inaugural festival delivered in Autumn 2022. Dates are from Thursday 21st April - Sunday 1st May. We take pride in our community because it is diverse, creative and active in many different ways. [...]
Image: Dreamhouse Theatre Join us at The Creators Network, a series of free creative networking events aimed at developing greater collaboration and sustainability in our broad and diverse arts and culture community. Connect with like-minded creatives and artists. The Creators Network includes networking events from July to September, and a professional development [...]
Footpath Fiction Footpath Fiction is a temporary writing installation featuring the works of Peninsula Writers' Club members. It is held throughout Rosebud in collaboration with Mornington Peninsula Shire - Arts and Culture. We invited our writers to submit a six-word original fiction piece. These were then designed into a chalk-art story share along local [...]
Mayor's Short Story Writing Awards Mornington Peninsula Shire and the Peninsula Writers’ Club invite local writers to apply for the Mayor’s Short Story Writing Awards! The Awards aim to encourage and support Mornington Peninsula writers of all abilities, celebrate our diverse talent and showcase local stories and voices. Applications close Sunday 1 August 2021 [...]
We are fortunate to have the rich resource of our Shire Archive Collection and are proud to be able to bring these stories to you through the Local History Team.
To celebrate the art of the kite, we invite you to choose or customise your own kite in the EyeJack app and have fun flying it in the sky!
Darker is a conversation between five young women, that exposes the sometimes murky undercurrent to living on the Mornington Peninsula. Darker is presented as part of 16 Days of Activism against Gender-based Violence.
Jacqueline is a Mornington Peninsula-based visual artist working with acrylic paint. Her work is inspired by her adult children, a love of colour, nature and places she has visited.
To celebrate the launch of the Mornington Peninsula Shire's Arts and Culture Plan 2024 and our community's amazing creativity during this time, we invite you to share your creations using the hashtag #thethingswecreate.