Changeable Art in the North Sydney Community CentreLast updated Friday, 26 Nov 2010.
Originally established in 1972, the North Sydney Leisure Centre changed its name to the North Sydney Community Centre in 2000 and moved into a new building in 2006. The vision of the Centre remains as it began - driven by a voluntary Committee, the Centre brings together teachers, solicitors, publishers, journalists, public servants and business types, who all pool their energies and skills to ensure the Centre answers to the needs of a changing community. The Centre offers a wider range of activities including Changeable Art, an open gallery to showcase the work of visual artists, Adult classes, venue hire, playgroup, afterschool care, The North Sydney Market, Northside Produce Market and they also offer Corporate Workshops for the business community. The Centre is run by a Director, three Administrative staff and a Program Development worker. Nine permanent part-time staff run the children’s services, and up to 60 casual tutors facilitate the Adult Classes. The Centre has an annual turnover of around $1 million and all funds raised are turned back into the Centre to maintain and expand services to the residents and workers of the area.
Additional purpose: The community centre transforms into a professional public art space on the second Saturday of the month with 100 works on display.
Resident organisations at Changeable Art in the North Sydney Community Centre: Changeable Art
Phone: 02 9922 2299
220 Miller Street
North Sydney, NSW 2059
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Local Government Area: North Sydney Council
- accessible toilets
- a continuous accessible path of travel within the building to all public spaces, services and facilities
- any tactile indicators (e.g.. Braille on signage, changes in surface that can be felt with a cane, marking on stair rises)
- a set down area at the facility entrance with a kerb ramp to allow access from the road to the entrance
- a wider parking space(s) designated for accessible parking
- the capacity for people in wheelchairs to sit with their companions in auditoriums or other fixed seating areas
Dedicated parking: Changeable Art in the North Sydney Community Centre does not have dedicated parking.
Disabled access: yes
CateringNo catering facilities are on offer.
Visitors2007/8: 1 100
2008/9: 1 500
School visitors: 10.0
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