Nexus Arts

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Over the last 30 years Nexus Arts has worked consistently to create performance and presentation opportunities, develop programs, and to advocate for inclusion of Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) artists and communities within mainstream arts. Nexus’ programs have challenged and questioned cultural stereotypes and have generated critical debate within both contemporary arts and community contexts.

Nexus’ activities cover five major program areas:

Visual arts: exhibitions, artist talks, residencies, and publications.
Performing arts: music and workshops.
Special projects: community forums, research programs, residencies, and collaborative projects.
Member & community services: professional consultation, support and development services to individual members and community groups.
Community cultural development: is inherent and integrated into the creation, implementation and presentation of projects within all of the above areas.
Nexus is committed to fostering contemporary culturally diverse artistic excellence and innovation through our diverse programs and presentation opportunities. Nexus strives to be a national leader in culturally diverse arts presentation.

Facilities

Aboriginal Culture Art & Culture Walk Wheelchair access

Rates

We offer a diverse range of events with a diverse range of price. Gallery is always free to enter.

Trading Times

  • Open

From 2017-12-22 to 2017-12-22

  • ALL Closed

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