Burnie Arts and Function Centre - Tasmania
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The Burnie Art and Function Centre was officially opened in 1976 as the first purpose built arts centre in the whole of Tasmania. Built in a Brutalist style, which was popular at the time, especially where art was concerned, the centre includes function venues and an art gallery, so is perfect for cultural immersion and relaxation. This centre was added to two years later when the Regional Art Gallery was finished. This has given Burnie a national reputation as a hub for the arts, and provided a great meeting place for the local community. The final development came in 2008 when local councils decided the centre needed to be rejuvenated due to its cultural importance. It was given a new name and a new body of staff.
Art events are regularly changed and exhibitions are always varied and interesting. The programme for 2013 is accessible via the Burnie Arts Centre website. The centre can also be booked by guests for large functions and in fact is the only site in the whole of Tasmania to be able to accommodate very large groups in an indoor area.
Box Office Opening Times
Monday - Friday, 9am - 5pm
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