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2019-05-08 9:30:00 2019-05-08 9:30:00 Australia/Melbourne Arts & Creative Industries Forum for Local Government The Arts & Creative Industries Forum for Local Government officers examined the critical and growing role local government plays in... Australia Gary Minato gminato@mav.asn.au

Arts & Creative Industries Forum for Local Government

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The Arts & Creative Industries Forum for Local Government officers examined the critical and growing role local government plays in public investment in culture.

Event Description

This event was only available for councillors and council officers to register and attend.

Arts & Creative Industries Forum for Local Government

Featuring keynote speaker:

  • Kate Fielding - Program Director, A New Approach
    The critical and growing role local government plays in public investment in culture

Other speakers include:

Program

Wednesday 8 May 2019

Time

Session

9:00am

Welcome - Cr Coral Ross, President, MAV

9:10am Local Government Creative Sector Investment in Victoria
Francesca Valmorbida, Arts & Culture Policy Advisor, MAV

9:30am

Opportunities through cultural tourism, events, arts and by improving the visitor experience
Paul Matthews, Head of Regional Tourism and Strategy, Visit Victoria

10:00am

Activating community history collections to build social connection and sense of place
Kitty Owens, Exhibition Services Manager, Australian Museums and Galleries Association Victoria

10:30am

Morning tea

11:00am

Our Region, Our Rivers – collaborating councils and communities leverage the arts to bring about social, economic and cultural change
Bruce Myers, Director Community and Cultural Services, Swan Hill Rural City Council

11:30am

The Journey of the Arts program
Kirsty Orr, Arts and Culture Officer, Gannawarra Shire Council

12:00pm

Lunch and AICV Expo

1:00pm

The critical and growing role local government plays in public investment in culture
Keynote speaker: Kate Fielding, Program Director, A New Approach

1:45pm

Embedding cultural measures
Rose Bruhn, Strategy Lead Arts Melbourne, City of Melbourne

2:30pm

Findings from the comprehensive study Learning and Teaching Dance to Ageing Populations
Dr Katrina Rank PhD, Victoria's Director of Education and Lifelong Learning, Ausdance

3:00pm

Afternoon Tea

3:30pm

The Push in 2019 and re-imagining all-ages music programs
Kate Duncan, CEO, The Push

4:00pm

Youth Space - collaborating local and state departments and agencies support a unique youth led initiative in Latrobe
Jill McCabe, Acting Executive Director, Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS)

4:30pm

A recently forged national alliance to develop informed and unified strategies for festivals and events
Julia Robinson, Administration Manager, Australian Festival Association

5:00pm

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Note: Conference program may have been subject to change.