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Board of Directors

3d Arts Company is a registered charity (ABN 88611761123).

The current board of directors comprises Colette MacLaren, Cale MacLaren and Ben Taylor.

Child Safe Policy

All children who are a part of 3d Arts Company have a right to feel and be safe. The welfare of children in our care will always be our first priority and we have zero tolerance for child abuse. We aim to create a child-safe and child-friendly environment where children feel safe and have fun.


Our Child Safety & Wellbeing Policy is available here.

Covidsafe Policy

3d Arts is committed to being a Covidsafe organisation.

The 3d Arts Covidsafe Risk Management Plan is available here.


Staff & Volunteer
Code of Conduct

The Code of Conduct aims to protect children and reduce any opportunities for abuse or harm to occur. It also helps staff and volunteers by providing them with guidance on how to best support children and how to avoid or better manage difficult situations. All staff and volunteers are required to comply.


Our Staff & Volunteer Code of Conduct is available here.


Our Incident Report Form is available for all staff, parents and students here. 


Our 3d Arts Child Safety Concern & Complaints Procedure policy is available here.

Charitable Purposes

3d Arts Company has four Principal Purposes: 


  • to advance the Christian religion by promoting Christian values, and to strengthen communities by promoting the culture of the Christian faith

  • to promote education for young people. Through partnering with local schools, churches and community organisations, 3d Arts brings performing arts programs to young people who have limited access to the arts. We provide the necessary space, training and up-skilling to support young people in their artistic endeavours. We equip young people to pursue the Arts as a profession, empowering them to be leaders in the Arts, supporting schools to foster a sense of community and school spirit through performing arts education opportunities


  • to advance social or public welfare by using performing arts programs to explore important social and cultural issues affecting young people such as identity, cultural diversity and relationships. We encourage young people to use artistic expression as a means to explore their potential, build their self-confidence and alleviate their socio-economic circumstances and uniting and strengthening communities through local and community-based arts and theatre programs that emphasise social inclusion

  • to promote culture by producing professional arts productions.

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