Arts West, Big hART, Currency Press and Theatre Network Australia present the launch of award-winning writer, director and cultural activist Scott Rankin’s Platform Paper, Cultural Justice and the Right to Thrive, the quarterly essay on the performing arts, published by Currency House.
Arts West and Western Edge Youth Arts are pleased to present two workshops on Copyright and Intellectual Property and how it impacts the independent and small to medium Arts Sector. Delivered by Arts Law Australia, this series of workshops will build on our previously presented Arts, Law & You event held in 2017 where we looked briefly at Contracts; Copyright & IP; Artists Collaborations; and Privacy & Data Laws.
Arts West and Western Edge Youth Arts are pleased to present two Cultural Competency and Settlement workshops for Artists.
Delivered by Centre for Multicultural Youth (CMY) trainer, Linette Harriott, this full day workshop explores the essential skills and knowledge required to effectively work with young people from migrant and refugee backgrounds.
Arts West has invited candidates for the Victorian state election in November to share their vision for arts and culture in the west. This is an opportunity to meet your local candidates, hear their policies and ask them questions over morning tea about the ways they will support your arts practice and foster cultural participation in Melbourne’s west.
Mental Health First Aid is an award winning 12-hour course, designed to equip people (non-mental health professionals) with the tools to recognise and respond to a person who may have a mental health problem or be experiencing a mental health crisis and guide them toward appropriate support. The training is delivered by accredited trainers in Australia and 23 countries internationally.
If you want to know more about how Arts and the NDIS can work together and considering becoming a NDIS service provider, then you should come along to our next Arts West event. This event follows on from our Arts & the NDIS: Working Together session held in September 2017 with Arts Access.
Find out about the five measurable cultural outcomes for engagement in cultural development activities; learn the difference between an output and an outcome and why it matters; and hear how evaluations can assist in making your activities more meaningful and informative.
Presented in partnership with The Creative Exchange
Arts West and Creative Victoria are pleased to present Arts, Law & You. Join us for 2 days of workshops and lectures with Suzanne Derry, Senior Solicitor at Arts Law of Australia as she unravels some of the legal mysteries artists and arts organisations encounter daily.
Join Arts West organisations and Donna Walker-Kuhne in an intensive three-hour workshop which expands on the Creative Victoria Expert Arts presentation. Walker-Kuhne will focus on specific audience engagement strategies to engage local and diverse audiences and communities.