The Judith Wright Arts Centre, formerly the Judith Wright Centre of Contemporary Arts, is a visual and performing arts centre in Fortitude Valley in Brisbane, Queensland. The venue was renovated and re-opened as an arts centre in October 2001. The Centre is named after Judith Wright, who was a celebrated Queensland poet, an advocate for Indigenous rights, and an environmental activist. Wright was one of two Australian poets considered for the Nobel Prize for Literature. She died on 25 June 2000 in Canberra.
The Centre is managed by the Queensland Government through Arts Queensland. Affectionately called The Judy, it is located at corner of Berwick Street and 420 Brunswick Street in Fortitude Valley.
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