Frankston Arts Centre

The Frankston Arts Centre is a landmark theatre and art gallery in the outer Melbourne locality of Frankston in Australia. It was opened by then Prime Minister of Australia, Paul Keating, on 20 May 1995.

The Centre plays host to a number of major performances, including regular shows by the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra and Victorian Opera, and is a tour venue for the Melbourne International Film Festival, Opera Australia and a number of national theatre companies.

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Frankston, Victoria - Culture - Arts and Heritage
... venues, council-operated and private art galleries, as well as many public art pieces (mainly around the Frankston central business district) ... Major theatre venues in Frankston include the Frankston Arts Centre (along with its Cube37 art space), and the George Jenkins Theatre (part of Monash University's Peninsula Campus) ... also home to a number of award-winning amateur music and theatre societies, including the Frankston Symphony Orchestra, Frankston City Band, Mornington Peninsula Chorale ...
Frankston Arts Centre - Cube 37
... Cube 37 is the art centre's "creative arts space", and is housed in a purpose-built building adjacent to the Centre ... Cube 37 centres around a large, adaptable studio performance space, with flexible seating for up to 200 people, and also houses a wet studio, meeting rooms, a new media suite and two exhibition galleries ... Cube 37 hosts a renowned New Media program, with digital art displayed throughout the year in the Glass Studio - a large glass-fronted exhibition space with street frontage ...

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