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Imagine, Learn and Create at Bribie Island Arts Centre

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by Di Hill (subscribe)
I love writing, taking photos, travelling and enjoying life. I have a BA of Adult and Vocational Teaching and a Master of Arts (Writing). My business card says Writer, Traveller, Camera Addict, and Bamboo Fan
Published October 15th 2015
So many crafts to learn at Bribie
Bribie Island Arts Centre is a hive of activity for a wide range of artists in a fabulous building at Banksia Beach, which houses many groups for classes, as well as the Matthew Flinders Art Gallery, and a large area where art and craft is on sale. There is a café there too.

Bribie Island Art Centre
Bribie Island Arts Centre

The modern building is surrounded by bushland, with ample parking for those attending classes and visitors.

I have listed the clubs which make this Centre home – so if you have an interest in any of the classes or groups, give the Arts Centre a call.

arts, crafts, shop
In the Shop

Also on the last Sunday of the month they hold a Market Day – with a huge array of stalls from the many people who create in the Arts Centre.
art and crafts
In the Shop

The Matthew Flinders Art Gallery is a space where exhibitions are displayed and currently The Woodcrafters Club have competition entries on show. These include not only the works of members of the Club, which has impressive facilities at the rear of the main building, but the work of students from Bribie High School as well.

Bribie Island High School, students work
Works from Bribie High Students

There's always something happening at the Bribie Island Arts Centre!

List of Clubs at the Centre
Bribie Photography Club
Banksia Garden Club
Clickety Clacks
Contemporary Art Practices
Island Quilters
Pastels and Drawing
Thursday Painters
Thursday Quilters
The Gem Club
Shorinjiryu Koshinkai Karatedo
The Woodcrafters Club
Watercolour Working Together Group
Working with Glass

Watch the website here for updates and details of Weekend Workshops too.

At the Arts Centre

They are always looking for Volunteers – if you would like to work in the shop or assist with any of the work they do there, do give them a call and see how you can help them. New Volunteers are always welcome.

Woodcrafters Exhibition

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