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(CHCFE) is a two-year project funded by the EU Culture Programme (2007-2013) that aims to raise greater awareness on the multiple benefits of cultural heritage and present policy recommendations for tapping into heritage’s full potential.
Rob Gebert Consultancy
Phone: 0403 290 924
A senior arts executive with more than 35 years arts industry experience who delivers outcomes in arts leadership, programming, venue management and touring.
Rob’s roles have included:
Arts Consultancy business (2014)
Director of Programming for Arts Centre Melbourne (2011-2013)
Program Manager and Business Development Manager for Arts Centre Melbourne (2002-2011)
Manager of The Capital Theatre for the City of Greater Bendigo (1996-2002)
General Manager Arts On Tour NSW (1995-1996)
Operations Manager for Regional Arts Victoria (1990-1995)
Key Strengths include:
Regional arts policy and infrastructure
Project management skills
Development of quality arts programs
Building networks and collaboration
Feasibility and Program Evaluation studies
Rob has been a member of a number of boards, committees and funding panels. He is a former chair of the Victorian Association of Performing Arts Centres. He was a member of the Commonwealth Government Playing Australia Committee for six years eventually serving as Deputy Chair.
Recent clients have included the University of Melbourne, National Theatre – StKilda, City of Melbourne and City of Cardinia. A major consultancy project in 2014 was a program evaluation study for the University of Melbourne into the outcomes achieved by the Victorian College of the Arts and the Melbourne Conservatorium of Music from a funding initiative of $24m over 4 years from the Victorian Government.
2008 SAGE Publications
(Los Angeles, London, New Delhi and Singapore)
Vol 7(1): 71–91
Culture as an organizing concept and framework offers planning a new, deeper and more sustainable foundation. The fact that culture constitutes and is constituted by our geographies, histories and societies, is expanding, and is the world’s leading intellectual resource, can be the basis for a new positionality for planning. A positionality of this kind is proposed as a new paradigm, and tagged with the neologism of ‘culturization’.
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2008, Ashgate Publishing CompanyPlanning is described as being increasingly sidelined by the impacts of neo-liberal restructuring. At the same time, ‘culture’ is nowadays seen as the world’s key intellectual resource possessing new creative weight in sociological, economic and environmental terms. This book argues that, in the light of this cultural turn, there is the opportunity to re-position planning and proposes an original, practical and robust system of ‘culturisation’. Culturisation is defined as the ethical, critical and reflexive integration of culture into planning and potentially other areas such as public administration, corporate strategy and development thinking. Cultural theory, planning theory, global governance policy and recent, innovative culturised practices are all explored to this end. The new theoretical and practical approach put forward shows how deeper, richer and more relevant ideas about culture can be utilized in planning, and is illustrated with international examples and two major case studies detailing new vistas for a refurbished planning.
Since the crisis in governance which led to a shortage of capable board members, recent years have seen the emergence of the enterprising arts organisation – a development which has led to the need for new types of board members who have a greater understanding of ‘mission, money and merit’ within a cultural construct. This innovative book explores the world of the arts board member from the unique perspective of the cultural and creative industries.
The framework, endorsed by the Standing Council on Health and the Meeting of Cultural Ministers, has been developed to enhance the profile of arts and health in Australia and to promote greater integration of arts and health practice and approaches into health promotion, services, settings and facilities.
The current theme is Creativity Around the World, featuring articles about creativity in Estonia, UK, Greece, China, Peru, Netherlands, Japan, Romania, Latvia, Nepal, Thailand, India, Australia, Africa and Timor-Leste, amongst others.
“Your Community, Your Country, Your Council – Aboriginal women run for election” . The film is proudly supported by the Victorian Government Office of Aboriginal Affairs, Reconciliation Victoria, Cities of Banyule, Boroondara, Greater Shepparton, Port Philip, Whittlesea and Whitehorse; City of Latrobe and the Braiakaulung Advisory Committee; Shires of Glenelg, South Gippsland, Wellington and Yarra Ranges. To order, please email – firstname.lastname@example.org or call the VLGA office on 0349 7999.
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An online resource for arts organisations looking to explore and develop community connections. In this time of global change, when communities are changing rapidly, arts organisations need to stay relevant to survive and thrive.
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