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The Sunshine Coast Creative Alliance (SCCA) was established in 2008 as a not-for-profit, arts advocacy organisation, governed by a member-elected volunteer Board. The SCCA connects the dots between creative thinkers, businesses, places, supporters, target markets, audiences and key stakeholders through advocacy, networking and partnerships. The SCCA has grown in membership, reach and reputation since and has become proud parent of the Creative Arts Alliance Ltd (CAA).

More about the SCCA

Latest Project: The Refinery

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The Refinery

The Refinery Sunshine Coast is curated by some of the Sunshine Coast’s leading organisations – Sunshine Coast Council, Sunshine Coast Creative Alliance and SunCentral Maroochydore. 

The Refinery is a ten weeks Creative Incubator designed to transform ideas into sustainable businesses.

Go to The Refinery for all the info.

SCCA Flagship Events

PechaKucha

Inspiring stories in 20 slides, 20 seconds each. A great challenge for presenters and a knock out for audiences.

Juice & Jam

Inspiring thinkers, innovators, activists, artists over breakfast four times a year.

Latest News & Events

Sunshine Coast PechaKucha Night #29 - Transform - Work, lives, identities, realities! Sharing stories about the ways people transform or have been transformed through creativity, using the signature PechaKucha Night format of 20 slides X 20 seconds each. 18th of June! Get your tix now....

Our autumn Juice & Jam Breakfast ‘Art & Activism’ happened at Peppers Noosa in 8th of May 2019. It was spine-tingling good. Here are the recordings of this spectacular and......

Arts Breakfast at Peppers, Noosa on 8.May.2019, 7:15am - 9:30am. This breakfast will examine the role arts practice, provocation and iconoclasm can play in social change. We are looking forward to hear some outstanding activist / artists speak including Casey Jenkins, Anisa Nandaula and Tammy Brennan....

Creative Arts, Sunshine Coast Council is seeking expressions of interest from visual artists for a new entrance statement in Beerburrum. Artists should demonstrate mural skills and previous experience working with communities including first nations peoples. We encourage individual artists and collectives to submit.......

Not-for-profit community groups needing funding for a project, event or activity can apply for a grant of up to $2000 through the Sunshine Coast Council’s Minor Community Grants Program. Community Portfolio......