Cube 37 – your community, your creativity

Have you ever wandered down Davey Street and passed the Frankston Arts Centre? Perhaps you have visited the Centre to see a show? If the answer is “yes”, you may have noticed a smaller building right next door with a big, intriguing glass front and a sign that says Cube 37.

Cube 37 is a place where all members of our community – artists, art-lovers and art-curious people – can go to enjoy art, participate in art and create art.

There is a well-equipped, versatile performance space that can be hired out so that artists and community groups can put on their own shows and events.

Wooden, sprung floors for theatre and dance, and high-quality audio and lighting gear enables every show to be presented professionally.

A tiered seating system can be set-up to accommodate an audience of 194 or discreetly packed away for cabaret and other events where a large floor space is needed.

There is even a kitchen and bar area for pre-show drinks, backstage dressing rooms, an education room equipped with a projection screen and a large, outdoor courtyard.

World-class artists perform here regularly, often to sell-out audiences. You don’t need to be a professional artist to hire or visit Cube 37 though – just someone who is passionate about community arts, like we are! Community groups even receive a discounted hire fee.

The diversity of activities that occurred during a recent day in Cube 37 included the Gary Lang NT Dance Company rehearsing in the performance space, Karingal Training providing an education course in the labs and Dangerous Deeds exhibition opening in the foyer.

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If you are someone who would like to participate in art, you are in luck! Cube 37 is home to a diverse and dazzling array of hands-on programs specifically tailored to community and school groups. There’s the Hip Cat Circus teaching circus skills to young people, and an exciting range of educational programs are available for school students. Depending on the season, there are workshops in craft, dance, bookmaking, storytelling and make-your-own artworks for people of all ages and abilities. This is just a taste of the broad range of workshops on offer.

For those who enjoy visual art or create it themselves, there are two art-spaces in Cube 37. The foyer displays free exhibitions all year round. The glass art space at the front of Cube 37, visible 24/7 to passers-by and motorists, allows artists the scope to create interactive, digital and projected artworks, as well as installations.

If you are enticed at the thought of perusing the latest visual art exhibition or displaying your own, building an artistic creation amongst like-minded people, seeing an exciting show or performing your own, visit Cube 37. It is a place where all members of our community can come together, develop skills and have fun through art. Cube 37 – your community, your creativity.

Check out the latest What’s On booklet from the foyer of Frankston Arts Centre or Cube 37, or visit the website for more information: thefac.com.au

Copyright © 2016 Jade Barker

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