An arts & cultural initiative funded by the City of Burnside
Pepper Street Arts Centre
Our Centre is surrounded by community art projects: mosaics, totems, bottletop art.
Local Artist Support Subsidy
Applications open to visual, performing and literary artists.
Can we support your artistic development, skills growth or profile building? Individuals and groups are invited to apply now for up to $1,000 towards eligible activity from January - June 2016.
Applications will be accepted from 1 February 2016.
Applications close 1 May 2016.
The Purpose of the Scheme
To support artists or artistic groups to achieve excellence and innovation in their arts practice through skills development and/or profile building; and to recognise artistic talent and diversity in our community and its role in the building of strong communities and contributions to the economic and social development of the City of Burnside.
Local Artist Support Subsidy Application Form 2015-2016
Statement by Supplier Form
Enquiries and applications to be forwarded to:
Community Development Officer
Local Artist Support Subsidy
City of Burnside
PO Box 9
GLENSIDE SA 5065
Phone: 8366 4109
Fax: 8366 4299
Pepper Street Arts Centre is a lively arts environment supporting creative endeavour and excellence, promoting arts appreciation and education, and providing for social engagement across the artistic and wider community.
Formerly the Magill School, the Pepper Street Arts Centre is part of the City of Burnside's cultural program.
Entry is free and the ambience is friendly!
SUGGESTION BOX: Submit your suggestions on how we can improve the Pepper Street Arts Centre.
The Centre Offers:
- Exhibitions held monthly
- Gift Shop offering high quality work from SA artists and craftsworkers
- Art Classes for beginners and experienced - daytime and evening
- Artist Opportunities for themed group exhibitions, artist of the month, gift shop, workshop tutoring and artist demonstrations
- Pepper News for bimonthly information about programs and activities: available online, direct to your inbox, at the Centre and at other Council facilities
- Free e-list for regular information delivered to your inbox
- Facebook - 'like us' to keep connected
- Dorrit's Coffee Shop named after famous local artist Dorrit Black
- A Weaver in Residence Friday afternoons
- Free wifi access via provided password
- Pepper Club membership
- Art books and magazines for loan.
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Volunteer Opportunities Available
We have an active group of volunteers who assist in the day to day duties of Pepper Street Arts Centre during open hours. If you are interested in art, would enjoy contributing to a busy environment, and are self motivated this could be the place for you.
Please call the Volunteer Coordinator at Burnside on 8366 4284 or visit the Volunteering page.
Opposite Bus Stop 19
Parking at Rear
Last Updated : 02/02/2016