New Creative Leadership Program dates announced

New Creative Leadership Program dates announced

Regional Arts WA

Regional Arts WA, through the Regional Arts Network initiative, is excited to bring the Creative Leadership Program to five new communities across the Kimberley, South West, Great Southern and Wheatbelt regions.

The Regional Arts Network is a Regional Arts WA initiative, proudly supported by Minderoo Foundation and The Ian Potter Foundation and with funding from the Australian Government’s Regional Arts Fund.

Woman with short hair stands in front of projector screen, smiling and laughing. Crowd of people sit around tables engaged and listening. The Creative Leadership Program being presented in Geraldton. Photo by Gemma Robins.

In collaboration with registered psychologist Dr Shona Erskine, the Creative Leadership Program aims to identify and develop local leaders, build collaboration, and encourage community-driven activities within regional WA. Since last year, 98 people have completed the Creative Leadership Program and the announcement of five new dates will give up to 125 new individuals the opportunity to participate.

Regional Arts WA CEO Paul MacPhail is excited to see the Creative Leadership Program roll-out further across the State.

“Regional Arts WA is proud to offer the Creative Leadership Program as a practical tool to strengthen leadership skills and unlock potential partnerships within our regions.

We encourage professionals of all backgrounds to get involved, whether you are an artist or arts worker or a community-minded individual who want to create an impact in your town, this is your opportunity to connect with your local Hub organisation and participate in the Creative Leadership Program.

We have received extremely positive feedback from past participants and look forward to furthering the program’s reach across the State.”

Upcoming Creative Leader Program dates:

  • 11-12 October 2021 – Derby (Kimberley), hosted by Goolarri Media and Shire of Derby/West Kimberley (Sold Out)
  • 14-15 October 2021 – Broome (Kimberley), hosted by Goolarri Media
  • 30 November to 1 December 2021 – Manjimup (South West), hosted by Southern Forest Arts
  • 15-16 February 2022 – Denmark (Great Southern), hosted by Denmark Arts
  • 29-30 March 2022 – Moora (Wheatbelt), hosted by Gardiner Street Arts Collective

For more information and booking details please visit regionalartswa.org.au/programs/creative-leadership-program

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