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Arts 4 All

    Imagine a place

    where art is for everyone.

    We can!

    Can you?

    Your support will allow our programs

    to enrich the lives

    of people with a disability

 

 

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{what we do }

Crossroad Arts collaboratively develops opportunities for people with disability and those in aged care to access and participate in the arts...

 
{ how we do it }

We create partnerships with communities across Queensland and the Asia Pacific region to tell stories about those communities....

 
{ who we work with }

People with disabilities, those in aged care and professional artists who join with us in these programs...

 

 
{ why we do it }

Participation in the arts can transform people's lives. It strengthens how people feel about themselves and each other...

 

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THURSDAY SHOW CANCELLED DUE TO WEATHER. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SHOWS WILL GO AHEAD AT CROSSROAD ARTS THEATRE; THE LOFT PARISH HALL 39 GORDON STREET. 7.30PM PLEASE RSVP AS THERE WILL BE LIMITED SEATS (50) 4953 5122
02:37 14-07-2016
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Letters on Gordon Street
Letters on Gordon Street
CROSSROAD ARTS PRESENTS WOOD STREET CARPARK CORNER OF GORDON & WOOD STREETS 14-16 JULY, 7.30PM-8.15PM What if buildings could talk? Witness history Under the stars Crossroad Arts brings together images and sounds of the past in large-scale digital projections and live performance. Participants from the senior communities of Mackay tell their stories in a richly layered tapestry of sounds, dance and cinema. This is free event! For more information please contact Crossroad Arts Crossroad Arts (07) 4953 5122 w: www.crossroadarts.com.au e: admin@crossroadarts.com.au
01:44 07-07-2016
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Photographer Trevor Duffy prepares his first photo exhibition at Crossroad Art's exhibition foyer at the Parish Hall in Gordon Street. It forms part of The TRAILS exhibition containing paintings, film and photographs, documenting people's individual and collective life journeys along the trails and tracks of Queensland. The exhibition is curated by emerging young artist Kyla Ranger who worked with over 20 participants from Excelcare and Bluecare for several weeks.
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07:30 10-12-2015
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