We are excited to announce 6 artists have been selected for the inaugural Room to Create Collingwood Yards Studio, a partnership between the City of Yarra Room to Create Fund and the Lord Mayor's Charitable Foundation.
Yarra City Council’s Room to Create (RTC) Program is seeking an Expression of Interest (EOI) for a three-year licence for the partial premises at the former North Richmond Maternal and Child Health Centre.
Expressions of Interest for the 2021 City of Yarra Exhibition Program are now being accepted. We are seeking innovative and engaging artists to exhibit as part of our 2021 exhibition program at: Richmond Town Hall, Fitzroy Library, Bargoonga Nganjin North Fitzroy Library and Carlton Library Light Boxes.
Yarra’s Creative Business COVID-19 quick response grants are supporting our community to adapt, create and develop during this period of physical isolation. Five businesses were recently awarded a total of $20,000 in the latest grant round.
Yarra City Council’s Room to Create Program, in partnership with Lord Mayors Charitable Foundation, with support from Collingwood Yards, is proud to announce the Room to Create Studio at Collingwood Yards.
Yarra City Arts has launched a YouTube channel to house the abundance of great content currently being developed as well as some beautiful documentation of current projects including Peel Street Park Projections and Julia Gorman’s Opening Lines at the Malcolm Graham Pavillion.
Leaps and Bounds Music Festival is set to celebrate sounds of winter in most creative form yet: Apart and Not Alone. From performances and live album recordings, to cooking classes and tarot readings, this 10-day festival will bring some much-needed light to winter.
Yarra has started a public campaign to secure more money to support more artists in Yarra. Donations to the Yarra Creative COVID-19 Quick Grants fund, through the Australian Cultural Fund, will be distributed to local creatives through Council’s Creative Community COVID-19 Quick Response Grant program.
Shortly before coronavirus (COVID-19) created widespread upheaval to daily life, Australia experienced one of its worst bushfire seasons on record. These unprecedented bushfires destroyed homes, livelihoods, habitats, animals, and, tragically, human lives.