HOTA - Home of the Arts Gold Coast
Surfers Paradise, QLD 4217
HOTA - Home of the Arts is Gold Coast's premier cultural facility, bringing visual and performing arts to residents of South East Queensland.
Whether you're looking for quality entertainment, or a unique venue to hold your next event or stage production, look no further than The Arts Centre Gold Coast.
Performing Arts Manager: Mr Brad Rush - email@example.com
From magical fairytales and bohemian operas... to shocking dramas and cross dressing comedies... this years season is brighter than ever.
Over the last 3 years, we've worked hard to bring you premium seasons of high quality performances. In 2014, the season not only shines, but has truly has something for everyone.
There's 28 shows on offer, including Main Stage performances, Family Series, A Morning with and our Independant Season, 2014 boasts an impressive season that truly is brighter than ever.
2014 Season Main Stage Shows Include
- Djuki Mala - Chooky Dancers
- Bach to Beethoven
- Melbourne International Comedy Festival Roadshow
- Jesus Christ Superstar
- The Factory
- Managing Carmen
- 2 One Another
- La Boheme
- Tognetti in Recital
- The Harbinger
- Crimson Sky
- The 39 Steps
- + Independant Performances, Family Series and Mornings With...
Programming enquiries can be made to the Performing Arts Manager, Mr Brad Rush, firstname.lastname@example.org
2013 Saw the launch and reveal for the new Gold Coast City Cultural Precint. Information regarding the project, it's design and strategy to make the Gold Coast a cultural destination can be found below.
City of Gold Coast Cultural Precint and Strategy Guide.
PLANNING FOR a beating Gold Coast cultural heart has been underway for many years. Community awareness and support has grown through successive Council and community initiatives.
With a compelling case for development of a cultural precinct, the City of Gold Coast selected Evandale.
Framed by the Nerang River, the site has spectacular views east to the coastal skyline and the city’s mountain backdrop to the west.
Evandale is currently home to The Arts Centre Gold Coast which, since its establishment 25 years ago, has outgrown its visual and performing arts facilities.
And when the world’s eyes are trained on the Gold Coast during the 2018 Commonwealth Games, the city also wants the spotlight to shine on its wealth of artistic talent, cultural diversity and creative enterprise.
To help realise the vision for a new cultural precinct at Evandale, an international design competition commenced in March 2013. The competition trained some of the world’s best design minds on the Gold Coast’s cultural future.
There is a growing need for a centre of gravity for the Gold Coast’s thriving cultural and artistic activity. This need has prompted the City of Gold Coast Council to form a Vision for a central cultural precinct at Evandale.