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There are some amazing professional development opportunities coming up in our region – learn, network, get inspired and gather professional tools.

At Calling All Creatives you'll get a chance to talk about business and creativity; identify exactly what sort of music support and development should exist in your community at Growing Community Music; learn strategies for effectively working with people who are blind or have low vision in arts and cultural environments at the Blind and Low Vision Workshop; and if you're a regional cultural worker or volunteer Keeping it Real offers an eclectic mix of presentations and workshops.

If you have any questions about the workshops or presentations please don't hesitate to contact us on 02 6021 5034 or info@murrayarts.org.au.

Have a lovely day,
Murray Arts 

Calling All Creatives

Hustle | Wednesday 10 July 2019 | 5:30pm - 7:30pm

Calling All Creatives is a mini meet and mingle event specifically targeted at the ‘Creatives' of Albury Wodonga. Do you bake something, sew something, write something, photograph, act, design, build, sing, draw, cut, paint or invent something? This event is for you!

In this meet and mingle event, Young Bussiness Edge wants to help make the two worlds of business and creativity to collide. 

Click here for more information.

Growing Community Music

LibraryMuseum | Saturday 20 July 2019 | 1:30 pm – 5:30 pm

Community Music Victoria is designing a new statewide community music leadership program to provide support and skill development to the wonderful people who devote their time to leading community music and singing activities. And to create new opportunities for communities to make group singing and music-making a part of their lives.

This workshop explores how this program should be designed so that it can help community music to grow in your area. Inviting as many people as possible to take part in workshops and conversations to identify exactly what this support and development should look like in your community.

Click here for more information.

Blind and Low Vision Workshop

Hume Bank Butter Factory Theatre | Friday 26 July 2019 | 10am-4.30pm

Join Description Victoria Lead Describer Will McRostie, Orientation & Mobility Specialist Penny Stevenson, and local theatre-maker Micalea Schmidt for a day-long workshop on strategies for effectively working with people who are Blind or have low vision in arts and cultural environments.

This workshop is ideal for: People who manage or work in theatres, galleries, libraries and other public spaces. Teachers, facilitators, and artists who want to make people who are Blind feel more welcome in workshops and classes. 

Click here for more information.

Keeping it Real 2019

LibraryMuseum | Monday 12 - Tuesday 13 August 2019 

Immerse yourself in all things creative, inspirational and practical at this annual symposium for people interested in and passionate about galleries, libraries, museums, cultural development, public art and everything in between.

Keeping it Real is a forum for regional cultural workers and volunteers, offering an eclectic mix of presentations and workshops. What makes Keeping it Real different is that it provides affordable access to current cultural practice, workshops and the opportunity to engage, be inspired and implement ideas in the workplace.

Click here for more information.
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