Our Evolution


Since its inception, just over twenty-two years ago, the Port Community Arts Centre has evolved into an efficient and effective, incorporated organization administered by an elected board and owned, and supported by its paying members.  It exists to provide activities designed to foster learning in, and the exhibition of art.  This is achieved via the ongoing conduct of art classes, exhibitions and occasional workshops and other activities.


Our Broad Aims


-   To provide a focal point for artists within (and outside) the Port Adelaide Enfield area

-   To provide meaningful learning opportunities for existing and aspiring artists  

-   To provide an appealing venue to enable artists to successfully showcase their work


What do we do ?


Our main activities are conducting art classes for established and aspiring artists and to conduct members and others’ exhibitions in our Black Diamond Gallery.  The exhibitions are held in the Black Diamond Gallery and the classes, in the workshop behind the gallery.


Our Board


The board comprises up to twelve elected members and they carry out the administrative and other duties required to effectively and efficiently run the Centre.  Presently we have ten board members and their details can be accessed by clicking on the appropriate links, below.


While Board meetings are held in the office above the gallery, we do not have an operational office. All communication is via our telephone, where all calls are diverted to the on-call Board member mobile phone, by e-mail or by personal contact with a Board member. To access PCAC contact details  go to our “Contact Us” page.


To learn more about Board members just click on their position to go to their personal page(s).





About Us

Mick Freeborn

Carol Spargo


Port Community Arts Centre


Marianne Wienert


Board Member

Debra Thorsen

 Andrew Streeter

Board Member



Ursula Wright

Jillian Crider

Vikki Waller