Arts & culture
Presentations are available from the followingevents:
- Arts and Culture Network Meeting - 4 September 2020
- Arts and Culture: Whose responsibility is it?
- Culture Counts Victorian Snapshot
- 2018 MAV Local Government Arts & Culture Forum
Arts and Culture Network Meeting - 4 September 2020
Recordings of the sessions at the Local Government Arts and Culture Network Meeting held on 4 September 2020.
1. Andy Miller General Manager, Multicultural Arts Victoria, MAV Update, Shelter, New Strategy
2. Richard Ponsford Executive Officer, Western Melbourne Tourism, Update Outer Melbourne
3. Joe Toohey Executive Director (CEO), Regional Arts Victoria, RAV Update, Federal Grants for the Arts, AICV progress
4. Jim Rimmer Senior Project Officer: Mental Wellbeing & Arts, Victorian Health Promotion Foundation (VicHealth)
Arts and Culture: Whose responsibility is it?
Australians recently told the Australian Academy of the Humanities that "arts and culture are fundamental to Australia’s way of life". If the creative sector is so essential, why is its future so threatened? This panel discussed the pivotal role governments, artists, community and the private sector collectively play in fostering a thriving arts and culture sector now and into the future.
In this online forum held on 18 August 2020, moderator journalist Ashleigh Wilson joined panel members Senator Sarah Hanson-Young, MAV President and Councillor Coral Ross, Artists Casey Bennetto and Lisa Roet, and Philanthropist Graeme Wood .
Culture Counts Victorian Snapshot
The Victorian Cultural Dashboard provides councils with the unprecedented opportunity to illustrate the impact and value of their cultural programs and facilities through data.
Director Georgia Moore and Data Scientist Tom McKenzie from Culture Counts have produced the information below which may help your council use information to tell your story.
Here is a recording of the "Culture Counts Victorian Local Government Snapshot" presentation on 4 August 2020;
2018 MAV Local Government Arts & Culture Forum: Collaborate to Innovate
The inaugural MAV Local Government Arts & Culture Forum was held on 22-23 August 2018. The theme was 'Collaborate to Innovate.'
Presentations and videos from this conference are available.
- Welcome - Cr Rod Fyffe OAM, MAV Arts & Culture Committee Chair (PowerPoint - 3.0MB)
- MTNS MADE: leverage locally to establish a cultural brand - Jacqueline Brinkman, CEO, Economic Development Australia
(PDF with embedded videos - 40.3MB) (PDF without embedded videos - 6.4MB)
VIDEO (SLIDE 16)
VIDEO (SLIDE 28)
- Libraries After Dark: Late night venue, safe haven, community hub - Melanie McCarten, Strategy & Business Advisor, Recreation & Libraries, Darebin City Council (PowerPoint - 10.5MB)
- Planning For Sustainable Cultural Places - Jordi Baltà Portolés, Advisor on Culture in Sustainable Cities, Committee on Culture, UCLG (PowerPoint - 4.8MB)
- The Value of Evidence: Compel by combining statistics with story - Vicky Guglielmo, Manager Creative Culture, Darebin City Council (PowerPoint - 48.3MB)
- The Value of Evidence: Compel by combining statistics with story - Vicky Guglielmo, Manager Creative Culture, Darebin City Council (PDF - 8.1MB)
- Reinventing After The Wheel: Strategy for a Clever and Creative Future - Jane Wager, Social Equity & Safety, Acting Manager Arts and Culture Department, City of Greater Geelong (PowerPoint - 20.7MB)
- Reinventing After The Wheel: Strategy for a Clever and Creative Future - Jane Wager, Social Equity & Safety, Acting Manager Arts and Culture Department, City of Greater Geelong (PDF - 3.5MB)
- MAV Local Government Live Music Toolkit - Francesca Valmorbida, Arts & Culture Policy Advisor, MAV (PowerPoint - 23.2MB)
- MAV Local Government Live Music Toolkit - Francesca Valmorbida, Arts & Culture Policy Advisor, MAV (PDF - 19.1MB)
VIDEO (SLIDE 2)
VIDEO (SLIDE 12)