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Frankston Arts Centre

The Frankston Arts Centre (FAC) is a unique premier arts and performance venue, providing the ultimate cultural experience for visitors wishing to enjoy memorable theatre performances, live music, engaging community programs, exhibitions, creative new media experiences and much more.

Their many spaces feature both established and emerging artists as well as group exhibitions from the community.

Their artistic program is vibrant and enriching, providing a new perspective and deeper engagement for audiences. It is respectful to all community groups, seeks diversity, embraces First Nation’s peoples and their culture, and protects and promotes our environment. Through story-telling, entertainment and laughter, they take our role in the wellbeing of the community seriously.

Frankston Arts Centre

27-37 Davey Street, Frankston VIC, Australia

03 9784 1060

Tue to Fri 10am–5pm,
Sat 10am–2pm.
Please check website for current information on access and exhibition dates prior to your visit.

Cube and FAC Galleries. Free Entry.
See our website for latest information.

Frankston Arts Centre

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