Hear from Arts & Culture Officer Kobe Pallis
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Welcome to Strathbogie Shire’s Arts & Culture Survey and eNews signup.
This is a place for our local creative and cultural practitioners, advocacy groups and community members keen to develop and enjoy arts and culture in our region to have their say and help us understand your goals. Arts & Culture Officer Kobe Pallis is here to listen and help identify how we can build capacity and assist in the development of an extensive arts and culture database through this data and voluntary profile registrations.
Kobe works Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays and is eager to work with you, enhancing what our community already offers in this space as well as developing a platform for creatives and cultural groups to engage effectively with each other and the broader community.
Through this network and the eNews you can make connections and extend your networks, benefit from links to aligning agencies and funding opportunities, discover what’s coming up in our shire in arts and culture, contribute with your valued feedback and receive support in promoting arts and culture within our region.
We look forward to hearing from you. Please complete our survey below and provide Kobe with helpful information so she can best advocate and assist. To stay in touch please click the newsletter tab to sign up to our new arts and culture eNews.
The arts is a collective term for expression, storytelling and cultural participation across all creative formats. The arts can include practices such as architecture; visual arts including ceramics, drawing, painting, filmmaking, photography, sculpting; literary arts including writing and poetry; performing arts including dance, music, theatre; culinary arts such as cooking and winemaking; handicraft, folk art, textiles and fashion and more.
A purposefully defined group of people who relate to each other through shared ideas, customs and social behaviour based on any group differences in racial, physical abilities, ethnicity, age, gender, religion, sexual orientation, or gender identity. Our first peoples Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, migrant, LGBTQI+ and advocacy groups promoting accessibility are some examples of these cultural groups.