Shopfront is an inclusive artistic environment, and is committed to providing accessibility for our local and wider communities, and one of the only youth arts organisations in Australia that has a dedicated Accessibility Program. If you are interested in any of our accessible programs, or wish to discuss your support needs, please contact Natalie Rose, Creative Director.
Shopfront champions the creation of opportunities for emerging and early career artists through a number of residency, training, and networking initiatives. For more information about any of these programs, please contact Natalie Rose, Creative Director.
Shopfront provides a unique Outreach program that merges social work and artistic practice to create change and transformation for at-risk young people. If you are an artist, community organisation or youth service provider wanting to partner with Shopfront in an outreach project, please contact Christie Woodhouse, Director, Socially Engaged Projects.
Shopfront offers an exciting workshop program full of creative and fun drama and multimedia workshops across the year. Young people are at the forefront of the process, with workshops tailored to suit the age, experience, and interests of the young participants. If you are a young person, artist, parent or caregiver, or community organisation interested in getting involved, please contact Lauren Scott-Young, Director of Young Artist Programs.