This forum built on last year’s series on cultural development planning that involved 75 staff and elected representatives from 50 Victorian councils. It offered extended material from last year’s series and a refresher of concepts presented in the 2014 series.
In presenting the cultural planning framework many ideas on how it could be further developed were shared and much positive feedback was provided. An improved version of the framework will be available via our website in coming weeks. For more information on the event click here
Regional Studies Association Inaugural Australasian Conference: Rethinking the Region & Regionalism in Australasia: Challenges & Opportunities for the 21st Century.
August 31 to September 2 in RMIT’s stunning Building 80. (more…)
Reconciliation Victoria, in partnership with Reconciliation Australia (RA) and the Victorian Local Governance Association (VLGA), warmly invite you to attend a special Reconciliation Week Learning Circle for Local Government.
This report explores ways the local councils in Victoria are contributing to reconciliation in their communities by using the arts as a vehicle. (more…)
Live now! Arts Information Exchange is a centralised resource for queries about many aspects of the arts. It is designed to be usable by all arts workers to receive questions on the arts from across the local council area, the state or nationally. If you have a question or think you can provide the answers, the Arts Information Exchange is the place to go. You can post your questions anonymously and they go straight into the email inbox of experienced arts managers and artists to answer.
This is a free service you can offer your arts community and broader constituencies.
If you see this logo on a web page you will know that the organisation has people who are members of the exchange Advisors.
Visit www.castanet.net.au/exchange and it will take you directly to the Exchange where you can enter your questions. The more you use the Exchange, and promote the link and the services, the greater response and value to the arts community.
Your questions are not only answered by knowledgeable people inside arts agencies, organisations, public institutions and artists but they are also distributed to the state-wide network of Advisors drawn from across all areas of the arts who can also contribute to the answer or comment. You can filter question topics from ‘collaboration’, ‘venues’, disability’, ‘events’ and ‘artists’ and many, more.
Become an arts Advisor!
It is easy to join the Arts Information Exchange as an Advisor and take the Exchange to your communities.
Step One: Go to www.castanet.net.au/exchange
Step two: Go to the ‘Sign-up’ link in the top right-hand corner and register as an Advisor.
Step three: Complete registration, including the selection of postcodes of you council area (to filter questions)
Step four: Select the topics of interest that your have skills in answering.
Step five: Complete the Advisor information
Step six: promote the exchange and the logo link to your communities
It is that simple.
If you have any queries, do not hesitate to contact CDN through: firstname.lastname@example.org