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Have your say at CircuitWest regional tour workshops

27 Jan

CircuitWest is developing a five-year strategy for touring the state of WA. The aim of the strategy is to increase the viability of regional touring circuits and access to performing arts by small, medium and major WA arts organisations.

Industry expert Rick Heath from Push Management will be conducting workshops from late January to early March in ten regional centres. If you’re a artist, producer, presenter, venue or tour coordinator; work with local government, an arts council, schools or community; are touring regularly, or would like to start; tour through mainstream networks, specialist touring initiatives, etc; then these workshops will help better deliver touring opportunities and outcomes.

This project is being undertaken by CircuitWest in the broader context of the five schemes of the Creative Regions program, an investment of $24M by government managed by Dept of Regional Development and the Dept of Culture and the Arts.

A list of workshop times and venues  are listed below. Please register your interest by emailing rachael@pushmanagement.com.au

Workshop Schedule

Bunbury: Bunbury Regional Ent. Centre, 10am-12noon, Wed 1 Feb
Kalgoorlie: Goldfields Arts Centre, 10am-12noon, Fri 3 Feb
Geraldton: Queens Park Theatre, 10am-12noon, Mon 6 Feb
Karratha: Karratha Leisureplex, 10am-12noon, Wed 8  Feb
Merredin: Cummins Theatre, 9.30am-11.30am, Mon 13 Feb
Albany: Albany Entertainment Centre, 10am-12noon, Thu 16 Feb
Broome: Broome Civic Centre, 10am-12noon, Mon 20 Feb
Esperance: Esperance Civic Centre, 1.00pm-3.00pm, Wed 22 Feb
Carnarvon: Carnarvon Civic Centre, 1.30pm-3.30pm, Fri 24 Feb
Perth: Subiaco Arts Centre, 10.30am-12.30, Fri 3 Mar

* Rick is also available for meetings in Port Hedland, Ravensthorpe and Wagin.

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WAM is supported by the State Government through the Department of Culture and the Arts, and is assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.