Access & Inclusion

We are a fully inclusive organisation, meaning Shopfront is a space for anyone to attend.

It is our aim to provide the best support for you whilst in our venue and that can mean different things for different people.

If you have any queries with regards to Access & Inclusion, please do not hesitate to contact Shopfront’s Associate Producer- Access & Inclusion, Lauren Oakes, who would be happy to assist with your query lauren.oakes@shopfront.org.au

Venue Walkthrough Video

Want to know what our venue is like before visiting? Take a look!

Coming Soon!

Social Story

Planning on attending a workshop at Shopfront Arts Co-op? We’ve created a social story to support what your first visit would look like.

Coming Soon!

Financial Support

Pay What You Can

Times are a little challenging for everyone right now. In 2021 Shopfront will be offering Pay What You Can on most of our workshops. This means you can nominate an amount to pay for your enrolment – our recommended price is what it would take for us to cover our costs.

 

Creative Kids

Shopfront Arts Co-op is a registered Creative Kids provider. You can use your Creative Kids vouchers with us! Find out more about Creative kids vouchers.

 

NDIS

At present, Shopfront services may be claimed for self-managed and plan managed NDIS funds. Find out more about NDIS and Shopfront.

 

Free workshops

We are offering free workshops in yoga and art-making and these classes take place both online and in our venue.

Find out more about our Yoga and Art Not Apart Workshops

Shopfront Resources

We’ve put together a collection of resources for everyone we engage with. You can view them all on our resources page or below!

Young People

Parents 

Schools 

Community

Playwave

Mental Health Resources

FAQ- Frequently Asked Questions from new participants

No previous experience necessary!

We have no specific dress code at Shopfront Arts Co-op, however we would recommend wearing loose, comfortable clothing for your workshops and flat shoes (no heels please).

We recommend that all participants bring a bottle of water with them. If you are attending several workshops on the same day, we would recommend you bring a snack. Shopfront have a kitchenette facility that participants are welcome to use to fill up their water bottles, store food and warm your snacks.

When you attend your first workshop at Shopfront Arts, you will meet your group tutors and other participants. Remember, everyone who is currently enrolled was once a new member and our participants are there to support you on your first visit.

You can see all our tutors here

Participants are welcome to take time out of their designated workshop if they need to. A member of Shopfront staffing will check on you and support you.

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