WDA seeks input for Creative Arts Hub

West Darling Arts (WDA) is seeking input from artists, arts organisations, collectives, and anyone with an interest in the region’s creative industry, on the early stages of a Creative Arts Hub in Broken Hill.

While the team at WDA admit access to facilities and resources that extend, develop, and improve the practices of artists in the Far West is limited, the organization says it also recognises art and creativity is essential to Broken Hill.

WDA says they hope the creative hub could take on many different forms and contain any number of elements that would encourage creativity, including workshops, a gallery, a shop, a performance space, or a café. So far, suggestions include jewelry making workshops, a metal foundry, a black box theatre, a commercial kitchen, and storage for sets and costumes.

Inviting any and all ideas, the survey is open now until Monday, March 25. It can be completed via

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