Beating heart of arts

The Stirling Street Arts Centre has provided low-cost art and craft activities to the South West for over 32 years.

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“We’re the only organisation of our kind down here. We really try to give everyone the chance to experience the arts and the great social benefits, benefits to mental health,”

 

The Stirling Street Arts Centre has provided low-cost art and craft activities to the South West for over 32 years.

Over 10,000 community members make use of the Centre’s services each year, providing a supportive creative environment for arts groups, workshops and classes.

Centre Manager Rebecca Corps says the Centre brings great joy to those who use it.

“The Stirling Street Arts Centre has a vital importance, especially in the South West.”

“We’re the only organisation of our kind down here. We really try to give everyone the chance to experience the arts and the great social benefits, benefits to mental health,” she said.

By simply playing Lotterywest games, you’ve helped the Stirling Street Arts Centre with $1.3 million in grants towards equipment to enhance the usability of the centre.

Last financial year $313.4 million went back to the WA community to make our already great state, greater.

 

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