In working with a range of organisations over the last twelve months I have come across a couple of fantastic resources / articles about the value of arts in education settings. There is vast amounts of information about how it can transform classrooms into vibrant, active and positive places for learning and growing!
The Australian Online Choir is currently holding open auditions to join the choir, and was hoping to gather the councils support for our not-for-profit organisation that helps members of the community to remove stress, anxiety and depression through singing and a joint community.
You are invited to become a member of the Barossa Arts Council. Their most recent membership brochure is attached here. It has information about their objectives and goals as well as membership costs. Membership supports arts activities across the community and not only will you benefit personally but you will be a part of the reason why arts activities occur. To visit their website click here.
Creative Barossa and Art Music Design Barossa are developing a register of opening events that will be held in the Barossa during SALA this year.
Expressions of interest are being sought from artists, artisans and creatives looking for a exhibition space during this year's SALA event in the Barossa.
At last year’s Regional Arts Australia Summit in Kalgoorlie-Boulder, Attorney-General George Brandis announced more than A$1 million in funding for regional arts projects across Australia, asserting that regional arts was one of the few areas to be quarantined from budget cuts.
After many months of conversations, bottles of wine, thinking and planning, the region’s first ever, online creative community has launched and it’s exciting to think how big this community can potentially grow.