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Opportunity for Strathbogie Shire creatives to learn and network

21 Sep 2022

Strathbogie Shire Council is thrilled to be partnering with Regional Arts Victoria (RAV) to bring the RAV in Residence program to artists and communities this October.

RAV in Residence is a partnership between Regional Arts Victoria and member organisations or local Councils.

The program provides the opportunity for local creatives to book one-on-one conversations with RAV staff and delivers creative networking opportunities in communities.

Strathbogie Shire Council Mayor Cr Laura Binks said Council was excited to partner with RAV to bring the program to the area.

“We know our Shire has an abundance of creative people with a variety of skills across many different mediums,” she said.

“This is a fantastic opportunity for them to hone their skills and to develop and grow their networks with other creative people.”

Regional Arts Victoria Membership Engagement Coordinator Rhiannon Poley said being able to connect with local creatives and have meaningful private discussions was so valuable to both RAV and the artist.

“We share our knowledge, advise on opportunities, and ensure regional artists are getting the right support they need,” she said.

The sessions are open to artists who live in Strathbogie Shire and surrounds, at the following times and dates:

  • Private sessions (one-on-one), Strathbogie Shire Council, 109a Binney St, Euroa, on:
    • Wednesday 12 October: 9am – 4.30pm
    • Thursday 13 October: 9am – 12.30pm
  • Network & Nibble, Euroa Butter Factory, 79 Boundary Rd N, Euroa, on:
    • Wednesday 12 October: 6.30pm – 8.30pm

Bookings for these events can be made here: https://www.rav.net.au/support-and-advice/rav-in-residence/

Regional Arts Victoria is interested in hearing from member organisations or regional Local Government Authorities who would like to host RAV in Residence in their area.

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