Council adopted its Public Art Policy at its September Council Meeting.
Read a copy of the policy here
Hear from Arts & Culture Officer Kobe Pallis
Show us what inspires you + sign up for the Arts and Culture eNews!
Welcome to Strathbogie Shire’s Arts & Culture engagement page.
Wanting to stay connected to all things Arts and Culture? You found the right place. By signing up to the Arts and Culture eNews via the newsletter tab below you can find out what is coming up in events, exhibitions, opportunities and more. Sign up if you are an artist, cultural practitioner, know either or simply enjoy attending Arts and Culture events. There are many exciting things on the horizon in this space so stay tuned… Sign Up now! Be the first to find out what is happening! The eNews will be sent out every two months along with any time sensitive opportunities in between.
On the inspiration tab below you can show us what inspires, delights and engages your senses that relates to Arts and Culture. Make suggestions, share links and others can vote with their likes. This is a great way to let the organisation know what you are interested in and how they gauge public interest in Arts and Culture within the shire. Get posting folks.
Looking forward to seeing the subscriptions roll in and the inspiration board covered in your ideas. Thank you for your time engaging with us and showing that you value Arts and Culture development in our region.
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.