June 2006, Corio, Victoria
This conference aimed to strengthen an active model of community and government and services partnerships in ‘Place Planning’ for the north Geelong region. It drew together many of the projects, community groups and individuals to develop directives for government, services and business for the future of these communities.
The Cultural Development Network, in partnership with Corridor One 4, arts and culture action group of North Geelong, presented as part of the conference program. ‘Cups in Corridors’ a roundtable discussion about community arts, ‘From the Tea Cup: reflections on community arts’ a presentation about the role of arts in community, and ‘Cups In Corridors’, an interactive community arts project incorporating storytelling and tea ceremonies from around the world.
- Case study: Cups in Corridors community arts project: Increasing community participation in arts and cultural development to impact positively on health Dale Newman, community development worker, Barwon Health
- From the Teacup: what contribution can the arts make to our communities? Kim Dunphy, Manager, Cultural Development Network
- Photos of the event