Come together and create

Published 28 June 2019

Artist painting a dragon on a large cube

Artist will be setting up creative spaces from July-October as part of a new council initiative to allow the community to come together and create at The Caboolture Hub

Delivered in partnership with Creative Alliance, the following artists are the first to set up vibrant activations for all ages to enjoy.

Create a sculpture in July

An interactive creative play installation, Fur Family, will pop up this school holidays as artist-in-resident Sue Loveday invites you to contribute your own creative response to ‘What’s so good about animals?’ between 2-6 July.

Using drawing, paper and timber, you and the kids can develop elements that Sue will transform over the school holidays into the ultimate play space where large creatures come to life in sculpture.

Weave your way into August

Try your hand at Maori weaving as artist-in-residence Margret Makareta Leathart hosts a series of community workshops and weaving demonstrations throughout August.

A large sculptural tree will ‘grow’ throughout the month as Margret’s weaving transforms into a sculptural masterpiece of Maori symbols and meaning.

Support young musicians

Enjoy free live music on the first Saturday of the month from July to September as young musicians perform and enliven The Caboolture Hub between 10am-12pm.

Musicians under 18 can register to perform through Young Mic Queensland.

Drop into Caboolture Fest

Make the most of your visit to our artists in residence from 3-12 August and swing by the new Caboolture Festival, offering live music, entertainment, rides and more at Caboolture Town Square.

Creative Alliance is funded as part of the Regional Arts Services Network.