web bannerPine Street Creative Arts Centre is the City of Sydney’s only dedicated, community focused arts facility and gallery, and has been in operation in its current form for approximately 15 years. The Centre aims to encourage participation in lifelong learning within a cultural and creative framework.

Artistic development is encouraged through all the Centre’s activities, including a diverse and dynamic range of arts workshops, exhibitions, community projects and events. These are designed to promote local arts and cultural activities, provide positive social outcomes and encourage local creative economies. The creative process is powerful – as well as learning to make art, the projects people work on at Pine Street can help them build self-confidence, a sense of achievement and community belonging.

The Centre offers a range of creative arts workshops for all sections of the community: children aged 5 – 15 years, youth aged 16 – 26 years and adults aged 18+. The Centre also runs an Outreach program, providing creative and capacity-building opportunities to marginalised individuals and groups.



Senior Operations Coordinator: Fiona Blanchard Ph: 9245 1501
Gallery & Adults Cultural Program Coordinator: Rowena Hall Ph: 9245 1503
Youth Program Coordinator: Christie Torrington Ph: 9245 1520
Outreach Program Coordinator: Phil Relf Ph: 9245 1504
Children’s Program Coordinator: Sarah Newall Ph: 9245 1502




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During NAIDOC Week 2015 Pine Street Gallery has the pleasure of hosting an exhibition of works by indigenous artists from the Paakantji Tribe, Wilcannia. The artworks all depict the traditional tools and food from Country, or Country itself. Works include paintings, woven baskets and bowls made by local artists.

The show will be at the gallery between Wednesday July 1 – Saturday July 11. The community will be onsite to meet visitors on Saturday, July 11.

Gallery Hours: Monday to Friday: 9am – 5pm. Saturday July 11: 11am – 4pm.

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Please note that unfortunately Pine Street Gallery (first floor) is not wheelchair accessible. We regret any inconvenience caused.