How have NSW cultural organisations overcome the unprecedented challenges of 2020?

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Arts OutWest: Arts and Health Coordinator, Christine McMillan, joins professionals from cultural organisations across NSW to share projects and ideas on resilience.

Powerhouse Regional Stakeholder Forum 2020

27 November, 9am–12.30pm

This year for the annual Powerhouse Regional Stakeholder Forum we unpack our theme Resilience and share inspiring projects from galleries, museums and cultural organisations across regional NSW. After a season of devastating bushfires followed immediately by the COVID-19 pandemic, the arts and culture sector has faced a challenging period of change and endurance.

We hear from leading organisations who have adapted to these changing circumstances and have put forward innovative and creative ways to support community, protect cultural heritage and find innovative ways to engage with audiences.

This is a FREE half-day online program (9am – 12.30pm) for museum professionals focused on peer-to-peer learning.

Over two sessions we hear short presentations and tackle the most pertinent issues facing our sector, followed by examples of how organisations have presented innovative digital and community projects.

Keynote speakers include:
Christine McMillan, Arts and Health Coordinator, Arts OutWest 

  • Gain insights from the Arts and Health initiative, which assists in the management of arts projects in hospitals, aged care programs and provides professional development for musicians in hospitals.

To read more and see who else is speaking please register for FREE: powerhouse-regional-stakeholder-forum-2020

Bookings essential.

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Powerhouse Regional Stakeholder Forum 2020

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