Au­gusta Mar­garet River Pub­lic Art Pol­icy, Cul­tur­ally Ac­tive Com­mu­ni­ties Pol­icy and Creative Blue­print Re­view

Augusta Margaret River Times - - News -

Cul­ture and art are in­te­gral to life within the Shire and deeply aligned to the Shire of Au­gusta Mar­garet River’s Vi­sion and Com­mu­nity Strate­gic Plan 2036.

As part of this re­view of th­ese doc­u­ments we want to hear from you about what is im­por­tant in a creative and cul­tur­ally di­verse com­mu­nity.

Pub­lic Art are works that are ac­ces­si­ble to the pub­lic and can in­clude:

• sculp­tures

• paint­ings

• etch­ings

• ephemeral works

• com­mu­nity art col­lab­o­ra­tions

The Cul­tur­ally Ac­tive Com­mu­ni­ties Pol­icy and the Creative Blue­print aim to:

• De­velop and en­hance our cul­tural par­tic­i­pa­tion and vi­brancy

• Sup­port the cul­tural econ­omy

• Show­case the his­tory and cul­ture of the re­gion

Your feed­back on how th­ese poli­cies and plans will guide our cul­tural fu­ture is im­por­tant.

You can ac­cess copies of the poli­cies and plans and pro­vide your thoughts and com­ments in the fo­rum and Q&A sec­tions at your­say.amr­shire.wa.gov.au or con­tact the Com­mu­nity De­vel­op­ment team di­rectly at amr­shire@amr­shire.wa.gov.au.

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