Arts and Cultural Spaces - Community Workshop 2

Add to calendar Friday 21 February 2020 10-11.30am

Calling all creatives! Are you passionate about arts and culture in your community? The City of Cockburn is seeking your input to help develop the future of arts and cultural spaces in Cockburn. We want to know how and what spaces you use for your creative activities. Come and join our interactive community workshops to tell us everything you do and know about arts and culture. Your feedback will inform a study that recommends what the City should build in the future.


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Youth Centre 

45 Wentworth Parade
Success WA 6164

 

 

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We acknowledge a continuing connection to land, waters and culture and pay our respects to the Elders, past, present and emerging.