The Fitters' Workshop
People wait on the frosty evening of 23rd May 2010, to hear the Monteverdi Vespers in the Fitters' Workshop. Photo: Peter Hislop
For photos from the Gala Musical Demonstration Outside the Fitters' Workshop, Sunday 23 Sept 2012, click here.
SCUNA is proud to support the campaign to use the Fitters' Workshop as a multi-use performance and exhibition space.
For the ACT Greens policy on the Fitters' Workshop for the forthcoming 20 October election, click here.
For a presentation given at the ACT and Region Annual Australian Heritage Partnership Symposium, 28 July 2012 click here.
For the Recommendations of the 2011-2012 Inquiry into the Future Use of the Fitters' Workshop by the ACT Legislative Assembly Standing Committee on Education, Training and Youth Affairs, click here.
For submissions, exhibits and the Hansard record of the Inquiry, click here.
For the full Inquiry Report, click here.
For the Government's official response to the Inquiry recommendations as presented by Arts Minister Joy Burch, click here.
For a critique of these reasons, click here.
For Minister Burch's statement when tabling the Government's official response, click here.
To hear what Peter Sculthorpe said about the Fitters' Workshop after his Requiem was performed there on Sunday 8 May 2011, click here.
For photos of Canberra International Music Festival performances in the Fitters' Workshop, click here.
For an Annotated Timeline that documents events relating to the decision to convert the Fitters' Workshop into a print workshop, offices and a mezzanine floor for use by Megalo Arts, click here.
For a summary of Conclusions that can be drawn from this Timeline, click here.
To see the Sketch Plans submitted in the July 2011 Development Application for converting the Fitters' Workshop and for the adjoining annexe, click here.
For the ACTPLA Decision to approve the 2011 Designs, click here.
For the 2011 Conservation Management Plan for the Fitters' Workshop, click here.
For a list of Ministers and Members of the ACT Legislative Assembly to whom you can write if this matter concerns you, click here.