CQRASN Project Officer Trudie Leigo with Scotia Monkivitch, from the Creative Recovery Network

November 24, 2021

Participants attended a three-day workshop in Kingaroy last week to absorb valuable skills to help their communities bounce back after difficult times.

The Creative Recovery Training workshop was organised by the Creative Recovery Network and the Central Queensland Regional Arts Services Network (CQRASN).

It was held on Friday evening and all day Saturday and Sunday at the South Burnett Enterprise Centre.

The Creative Recovery Network works to build recognition of the value of the arts in preparing for and recovering from disasters.

The workshop was led by professional performance artist Scotia Monkivitch, who created a circle of calm inside the conference room for the participants to explore the concepts of resilience and recovery.

The training was made possible thanks to a grant under the Commonwealth / State Disaster Recovery Funding and supported by CQ University and the South Burnett Regional Council.

Trudie and Scotia with some of the workshop participants … Jan Ferguson, from Goomeri; Robyn Dower, Tingoora; Cr Danita Potter; and Carolyn Summers, Murgon

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