Glenorchy City Council is developing a new Arts and Cultural Strategy to carry the city into a creative future. And we need your input!
The City of Glenorchy has a proud history of engagement in the arts, be it concerts at Tolosa Park, dance classes and eisteddfods at the DEC, The Works festivals and Moonah Taste of the World, the 100 year old Glenorchy City Concert Brass band or more recently the arrival of MAC and MONA.
In 2015, the Glenorchy community identified arts and culture as a priority, but this Arts and Cultural Strategy will be the first revisiting of the city's arts and cultural priorities for almost 2 decades.
You can also get a print-out of the survey from Moonah Arts Centre (MAC). Email email@example.com, call us on (03) 6216 6316 or pop into MAC on Albert Road in Moonah.
The final strategy is due to be completed in November 2020. It will bring together the ideas, experience and views of the people who live and work in the area, as well as those who visit. It will be a guide for the Council and others in the community who want the arts to flourish here.
If you would like more information about the new Arts and Culture Strategy, send a request to firstname.lastname@example.org.