Shopfront Arts Co-op is proud to introduce you to our 2020-21 ArtsLab artists-in-residence.
After a rigorous selection process, Shopfront’s very own Young Leader, Carlee Heise, is a nominee in Westfield Hurstville Local Heroes! We are so very proud of Carlee and the work that she does for Shopfront and we are so happy to see that her hard work has been recognised with this nomination. A community vote […]
As an arts co-op, we are all about supporting the art you, our members, want to make. So if you have a vision for a show we’d love to help make it a reality!
PLEASE NOTE: Applications for ArtsLab 2020-21 have now closed. What is ArtsLab? Are you an emerging artist? Don’t miss this unique opportunity to further your creative development and career. With a residency, mentorship, masterclasses, connections to industry, and a season showing of your work, ArtsLab is one of Australia’s premier emerging artist programs. This residency […]
At Shopfront we care about the mental health and well-being of our members and our wider community. Feeling distressed, unhappy, or just generally unsettled is a common response to change and challenges in times of uncertainty. We have compiled a list of resources that may be useful if you are experiencing a difficult time. CHAT […]
Get ready for the best creative experiences streamed straight to your homes. Shopfront’s young audience program, Playwave, wants to make sure that even in these times of uncertainty, you can take comfort and get creative through accessible arts for Young People. Playwave is an experimental space creating connections between Young People and the arts, through […]
Purchase a season pass to ArtsLab: Behind Closed Doors to gain access to our exclusive industry networking event for emerging artists.
Here are the mentors supporting our ArtsLab 2019-20 artists-in-residence.
We’re super proud to introduce our 2019-20 ArtsLab artists-in-residence!
Shopfront Arts Co-op presents ArtsLab: Behind Closed Doors, a festival of 5 new works by emerging artists. From disclosures in public toilets on a Friday night, to what happens in our lounge rooms, to the secrets our families hold close, to the voices that are not heard, to what it means to be a man – This year’s ArtsLab artists will explore the personal vs public persona.