Second Round of Targeted Sessions
Regional Arts Victoria and partners in the Great South Coast invite you to attend one of the targeted sessions which will inform the development of a Creative Industries Strategy for the Great South Coast.
We want to hear from you about your specific needs so we can make sure this Strategy works for you and your region.
This is also an opportunity to meet one of your industry specialists and hear about what others in your community are working on.
Additional sessions will continue to be added in the coming weeks. Stay up-to-date at our Facebook page: www.facebook.com/RAVgreatsouthcoast
SECOND ROUND SESSIONS
- Public Session #2. Presented in partnership with Multicultural Arts Victoria at Hirl, 333 North Boundary Road, Hamilton on Tuesday 24 September, 12.00pm-2.00pm. Bookings closed.
- Targeted Session #5: Young artists. Presented in partnership with Express Media, The Push and Australian Theatre for Young People at The Courthouse Camperdown, 179 Manifold Street Camperdown on Tuesday 24 September from 5.00pm-7.30pm. Bookings closed.
- Targeted Session #6: Visual Arts. Presented in partnership with NAVA at F Project Gallery, 224 Timor Street Warrnambool on Tuesday 1 October from 5.30pm-8.30pm. Bookings closed.
- Targeted Session #7: Fashion and Design. Presented in partnership with Design Institute of Australia and the Australian Fashion Council at 2/102 Lava St, Warrnambool on Monday 7 October from 5.30pm-8.30pm. Bookings closed.
- Targeted Session #8: Music. Presented in partnership with Music Victoria at The Courthouse Camperdown, 179 Manifold Street Camperdown on Friday 18 October from 11.00am-12.30pm. Bookings closed.
All sessions are free to attend but bookings are essential.
A small number of travel subsidies are available to assist independent practitioners and small organisations based in the Great South Coast region to attend these session. Further details are available at the RSVP link for each.
We hope you can join the conversation with us. If you’re not able to attend but would still like to contribute, or just want to find out more, you can contact us here.
Image: Permewans, A Wake! artist in residence project led by Trevor Flinn, supported by Southern Grampians Shire and the Regional Arts Fund. Image by Jo Grant.