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FRANK CREATES By Andrea Louise Thomas

On the occasion of its first anniversary, FRANK Cre8 Inc. (Frankston Regional Artisan’s Network) has a lot to celebrate. Located in a repurposed dental surgery in Frankston’s CBD, this new gallery offers fortnightly rotating exhibitions with affordable art across all mediums. For artists, it’s a place to meet, collaborate and exhibit at a nominal fee to the artist. FRANK also provides a very affordable studio space for rent. There are meeting rooms, a pop in studio, shared workspaces, outdoor meeting areas and even an onsite masseuse!

in the art marketplace. Their initiative offers a hub for individual artists to work in an encouraging collaborative crossgenerational and inclusive workplace that supports the wealth of creative talent in Frankston and surrounding areas. Stepping through their golden door into FRANK Gallery reveals crisp white walls covered with painting in all styles. The cabinets showcase jewellery, ceramics and woodwork. The space is generous, yet intimate.

FRANK Cre8 feels it provides the missing link


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By Andrea Louise Thomas

Using state of the art digital projections, sound and ‘the elements’ the special effects in this production are just as much the stars of the stage as its stellar

cast. Shake and Stir, who also produced amazing stage adaptations of novels, 1984 and Dracula, really bring the passion and drama to Brontë’s twisting and turning classic novel in a sexy and thrilling performance. Experience unforgettable theatre with the sweeping saga and stage spectacle of Wuthering Heights at Frankston Arts Centre on Friday, May 13 at 12:30 pm or 7:30 pm. Bookings: 9784 1060 or thefac.



Emily Brontë wrote only one novel in her lifetime, but it left a lasting impression. Published in 1847, Wuthering Heights, a story of obsessive love, jealousy and revenge is a gothic masterpiece. Shake and Stir Theatre Company have created a spectacularly dramatic adaptation that literally brings the storm to the stage.

IF THESE WALLS COULD TALK Thursday 9 June, 7.30pm An intricate mesh of slapstick theatre, astonishing circus skills and powerful story- Tickets: telling, bringing to life the stories of five generations of tenants inhabiting a single Principal apartment – a place of birth and death, joy Theatre Partner and despair, the mundane and the beautiful.

03 9784 1060

Tickets: Member $33, Full $39, Conc $35, U30 $30, Group 10+ $35 Warning: Mild adult themes. Recommended 14+ years.

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