Upgrades to Continue at the Blue Mountains Creative Arts Centre
“BMCAC received a grant of $12,000 under last year’s Community Building Partnership program which has been used to upgrade their kitchen with outstanding results,” said Stuart Ayres.
“It was a pleasure to announce additional support for the centre with funding of $10,000 to go towards ceiling replacement, gyprock, painting, tree removal and storage room upgrades,’ said Stuart Ayres.
Ms James said having the kitchen renovated has already seen an increase in community use of the centre.
“This new funding is greatly appreciated and will go a long way towards making the centre a safe and pleasant environment to be in,” added Ms James.
Located on the corner of Hare and Moore Streets, Glenbrook, the brightly coloured main building and surrounding yurts offer classrooms, exhibition room and gallery. BMCAC run a variety of classes for both children and adults including pottery, weaving and life drawing.
This article archived 7 Sep 2017
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