Have your say on the Culture and Creativity Strategy

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East Gippsland Shire Council is developing a Culture and Creativity Strategy to guide its activities in this field over the next 10 years.

We are fortunate to have a wealth of creative talent across our region. The purpose of the strategy is to set a collective vision for our creative future and define how Council will help achieve it.

Help shape the creative life of our shire

Creative sector consultants Future Tense have been appointed to work with Council and the community to develop the strategy, along with a supporting Action Plan and Public Art Policy.

In developing the strategy we will build on past work done across 2017-19 and recent engagement around our Community Vision and other Council initiatives.

We need your help

It is essential the strategy reflects the unique needs and desires of our community. Whether you're a painter, musician, dancer, poet or game designer, an enthusiastic amateur, seasoned professional or an interested member of the public – we want to hear from you.

We want to hear about what you love doing, what you want to see more of, and your vision for a creative future.

There are two ways you can provide input:

Your contributions will inform where Council will focus its energies and help foster a thriving and creative shire. Deadline for the survey and public feedback is Sunday 14 August.

The image on this page shows a section of Rheanna Williams' artwork, Image HUMAN, which won the special portraiture category in the 2021 East Gippsland Youth Art Prize.

East Gippsland Shire Council is developing a Culture and Creativity Strategy to guide its activities in this field over the next 10 years.

We are fortunate to have a wealth of creative talent across our region. The purpose of the strategy is to set a collective vision for our creative future and define how Council will help achieve it.

Help shape the creative life of our shire

Creative sector consultants Future Tense have been appointed to work with Council and the community to develop the strategy, along with a supporting Action Plan and Public Art Policy.

In developing the strategy we will build on past work done across 2017-19 and recent engagement around our Community Vision and other Council initiatives.

We need your help

It is essential the strategy reflects the unique needs and desires of our community. Whether you're a painter, musician, dancer, poet or game designer, an enthusiastic amateur, seasoned professional or an interested member of the public – we want to hear from you.

We want to hear about what you love doing, what you want to see more of, and your vision for a creative future.

There are two ways you can provide input:

Your contributions will inform where Council will focus its energies and help foster a thriving and creative shire. Deadline for the survey and public feedback is Sunday 14 August.

The image on this page shows a section of Rheanna Williams' artwork, Image HUMAN, which won the special portraiture category in the 2021 East Gippsland Youth Art Prize.

Page last updated: 03 Aug 2022, 02:53 PM