BECOME A MEMBER
One of the many great benefits of membership will be the ability to draw upon the skills and resources of other local Gap creatives and businesses.
With over 25 members joining in our first year - we have a multi-faceted group of diverse talent. From Sculptors to photography and visual artists to ceramics we have hobbyists as well as award winning professional artists.
Keep an eye out for upcoming Social Events, Professional Workshops, Member Artist Workshops or community events.
Most of our workshops + events are open to members and the public to enjoy!
Launched in 2020, The Gap Creative is a not-for-profit collective of like minded artistic individuals whose purpose is to unite the creative community within The Gap 4061.
Our aim is to assist our local creatives become more visible within our community and beyond and we are always welcoming new members.
Our goal is to facilitate experiences for the greater community to enjoy, appreciate and celebrate the creative arts while enabling opportunities for our professional creatives to connect with our community.
Artwork: Robert Whyte
The volunteer team behind the Gap Creative have been putting in a lot of love and dedication to bring this vision to fruition.
However, as with all new endeavors, we couldn’t have done it on our own, and we would like to take this opportunity to give a special thanks to the following supporters who have gone a long way to helping us make it happen.
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Acknowledgement to Country
The Gap Creative Inc and our wider creative community would like to acknowledge the traditional owners and custodians of the land on which we meet, learn and hold events, the Jagera and Turrbul people. We honour their ancestors and pay our deepest respects to their Elders, past, present and emerging.
We extend that respect to all First Nations Peoples, for they hold the memories, the traditions, the culture and hopes of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples across the nation. We honour and respect their continued cultural and spiritual relationship to their traditional lands, seas and waters and recognise their unique and valuable contribution to society.
Sovereignty was never ceded.