Workshop: Learning the Levers: Unlocking Creative Space in the City

28 November 2019

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5 December @ Council House, Perth ·
Presented by Peter Ciemitis & Alysha Saunders from RobertsDay ·

The creative sector is vital to Perth’s future. Small art galleries, performance spaces and  music venues, as well as co-working spaces, startups, and social enterprises, are incubators for Perth’s creative life. Artists and Creatives living and working in the city are essential for a vibrant urban centre. The City of Perth is currently working to finalising its Draft City Planning Strategy and has commenced developing the new City Planning Scheme 3.

Now is the time for the Creative Industries sector to seize the opportunity to champion future creative space development in Perth city.

• Learn key language of planning and development
• Get inside knowledge about development opportunities in the city
• Share your organisation’s needs and the barriers to finding spaces in the city’s neighbourhoods
• Learn about how best to communicate your value for negotiating partnerships with private owners and developers

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Rosalind Appleby

Rosalind is an arts journalist, author and speaker. She was co-managing editor and founding board member of Seesaw Magazine 2018 – 2023, is author of Women of Note, and has written for The West Australian, The Guardian, The Australian, Limelight magazine and Opera magazine (UK). She loves park percussion instruments.

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