About Us

Crowd Theory by Simon Terrill produced in association with Footscray Community Arts Centre, 2004
Crowd Theory by Simon Terrill produced in association with Footscray Arts Centre, 2004

Footscray Community Arts Centre (FCAC) is a community-engaged, contemporary arts centre working with local, regional and international communities.

We collaborate with artists, communities and organisations to build capacity, create opportunities and drive social change. We are the place where important conversations happen: we then action; we cultivate; we deepen.

Read about our Vision and Mission.

Our Core Programs

Curated by Footscray Community Arts Centre, our core programs are long-term, strategic and multidisciplinary with a range of outcomes throughout the year.  These programs aim for high social impact. Our core programs include our ArtLife program, Indigenous Cultural program and Emerging Culture Leaders program.

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Artists & Companies in Residence

We work with artists and organisations to partner, present, collaborate, deliver and produce innovative arts projects, industry professional development and community engaged programs.  Through our Artists and Companies in Residence program, we support creative developments, office space, production and presentation of new works and rehearsal space.

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Arts Learning

Footscray Community Arts Centre is a place for skills development and learning. We provide creative and professional learning experiences through accredited and pre-accredited programs, community workshops and capacity-building experiences.

Click here to read more about our Arts Learning programs.

Our Cultural Facility

A state-of-the-art cultural facility, producing and presenting culturally relevant programs and creative works with, for and by local, regional and international communities and artists, FCAC is the place where important conversations and community celebrations happen.

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Interested in collaborating with FCAC? We welcome expressions of interest from artists and organisations. Visit our ‘Call for Create’ page for more information.