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Bob Daniel Community Centre

895 Beaufort Street Inglewood

The Hub strengthens connections & sense of belonging within our local community of artists

  • We provide a space for artists to practice in a welcoming environment

  • We host regular and informal get togethers

  • We invite artists to present their works and share their knowledge

The Hub offers a wide range of arts activities for locals to experience & enjoy

  • We focus on diversity and inclusion with workshops for kids, adults, seniors, people with disabilities, and people from culturally diverse backgrounds

  • We run community projects where a number of artists come together to co-create – including alongside community members

The Hub is located within the Bob Daniel Community Centre in the Inglewood Town Square. There is convenient parking in the car park off Tenth Avenue, ample bike parking and bus services along Beaufort Street which take you to Mount Lawley, Perth and Morley. 

About the Hub

Where to find us

We are located at 895 Beaufort Street

Inglewood Town Square within the Bob Daniel Community Centre.

Parking & Public Transport

There are two main car parks available. We recommend parking in the car park off Tenth Avenue. The 950 bus route stops right outside.

Please be aware during Summer months the Ninth Avenue car park will be unavailable due to Inglewood Monday Night markets.

Activities for all ages

Spanning a wide range of art practices, the Hub runs group activities ranging from classes covering a whole term through to shorter workshops and one-off events.


Welcoming kids through to seniors, practices include painting, printmaking, drawing, coiling, mosaic and more.

Check out our activities for what’s coming up.

Everyone is welcome

The Hub is a great place to host one-on-one and small group activities with community members, NDIS clients, people seeking art therapy and children who are homeschooled.

Volunteer with us!

Consider volunteering at our local community-run gallery! Whether you're passionate about art or simply enjoy being part of something meaningful, volunteering with us is a fantastic way to contribute

Get in touch to find out more


The Hub regularly hosts artists-in-residence who enjoy access to the Hub’s shared spaces, equipment and facilities in return for engaging the community in a range of free activities. At the end of their rotation, our artists-in-residence share what they have created through a mix of Artist Talks, exhibitions and interactive activities. 


Express your interest in becoming an artist-in-residence at

Artist Talks

Every two months, a local or visiting artist will share their experience in the arts. Artist Talks include a mix of presentations, demonstrations and Q&A sessions.


Typically followed by conversations between artists and participants over food and drink, this is a wonderful way to get to know others interested in the arts and explore how you might want to get involved.

Check out our calendar of activities for what’s coming up.

Community art projects

From making large scale pieces through to ‘call and response’ projects, the Hub provides pathways for the community and artists to create exciting projects together.

We encourage you to get in touch if you have an idea to make a reality.

'Let's talk art'

Creating art can often be a solo practice so it’s important artists have the chance to come together to catch up in an easy, social way. The Inglewood Arts Hub offers weekly social gatherings in the Arts Studio for artists to enjoy a cup of tea and a chat.



Artworks created in the Hub and by locals nearby can be exhibited in and purchased from the Hub.

Pieces are regularly displayed in the Arts Studio and exhibition space.

Please contact us at if you are interested in exhibiting

What we offer

Our supporters 

Inglewood on Beaufort thanks the extraordinary efforts of the dedicated group of local artists and arts lovers who have made the Inglewood Arts Hub a reality.

The Hub has been supported by the City of Stirling, the Western Australian Government through the Small Grants program and RAC through the Connecting Communities Fund.

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