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 [...]
Mini Talks from a selection of experienced Mornington Peninsula artists, followed by a group mentoring session. The Creators Network, through workshops and networking opportunities, aims to develop new creative business skills and build sustainable practises post COVID-19 while supporting the recovery and future resilience of the Peninsula’s creative sector. At these [...]
Deaf Children Australia's inaugural art competition Deaf Children Australia's inaugural art competition is dedicated to supporting, promoting, and nurturing deaf and hard-of-hearing youth in their pursuit of creativity and self-expression. The theme is "This Is Me" and is an amazing opportunity for 12 to 23 year-olds to showcase their talents. Our team is accepting [...]
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 [...]
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.
Meredith Connie is a classical guitar performer, teacher and composer. In early 2020, Meredith undertook a residency at the Mornington Peninsula Shire’s Police Point Artist in Residence Program.
Thrive in Five is a participatory community art project designed to inspire people to create artworks inspired by their lockdown-restricted 5km radius, and share them online via the hashtag #thriveinfivego.
This is a story of Jenny's great great great grandfather William Gangell who landed in Sullivan’s bay, Sorrento in October 1803 after 6 months at sea on The Calcutta ship.
For her virtual residency, Hannah Lewis put together an online exhibition of photographs, prose and poetry documenting the development of a new work.
Jemma Cakebread’s work explores the conversation between painting, embroidery and textile work through the surface metaphor of skin.