November 5, 2021
An arts workshop aimed at teaching participants how to better support their communities during difficult times will be held in Kingaroy later this month.
The Creative Recovery Training is being organised by the Creative Recovery Network and CQRASN.
The Creative Recovery Network is a national agency that advocates for the role of arts and culture within disaster management.
It was established in response to the growing recognition of the value of the arts in preparing for and recovering from disasters.
The workshop aims to allow attendees to:
- Understand the way trauma affects communities and how best to plan and present support programs
- Have a planning framework to support community project planning and facilitation
- Have resources and skills to support community project development within a disaster context
- Be connected to like-minded people
The training is being facilitated by Scotia Monkivitch and will be held at the South Burnett Enterprise Centre from November 19-21
Cost is $20.
For more information contact CQRASN Project Officer Trudie Leigo on (07) 4150-7736 or by email
This training has been made possible thanks to a grant under the Commonwealth / State Disaster Recovery Funding, and is also supported by CQ University and the South Burnett Regional Council.