Draft Creative Culture Plan 2020-25

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Councillors endorsed this draft plan on 13 May 2020 and the Shire is now seeking final feedback and comments from community members.

This plan details how the Shire will deliver art and culture programs over the next five years. Culture and art are integral to life within the Shire and deeply aligned to the Shire of Augusta Margaret River's Vision and Community Strategic Plan 2036. The vision of the Creative Culture Plan 2020 - 2025 is to be known for our vibrant, innovative, diverse and provocative art and culture. It will tell the story of our Indigenous and diverse community’s heritage, as well as openly embracing the discussion of who we are. Art and culture will enrich our everyday; we will nurture creativity, facilitate community action, respect the soul of the area and embrace all challenges with authenticity and creativity.

The Plan aims to:

  • Foster creativity and facilitate cultural participation
  • Create sustainable cultural infrastructure and opportunities
  • Support a sustainable creative economy
  • Express our story, identity and values with honest and integrity

How to have your say

Download the draft plan here and provide your feedback below before Friday 12 June.

Any questions or to discuss further, please contact the Community Development team at amrshire@amrshire.wa.gov.au.

Councillors endorsed this draft plan on 13 May 2020 and the Shire is now seeking final feedback and comments from community members.

This plan details how the Shire will deliver art and culture programs over the next five years. Culture and art are integral to life within the Shire and deeply aligned to the Shire of Augusta Margaret River's Vision and Community Strategic Plan 2036. The vision of the Creative Culture Plan 2020 - 2025 is to be known for our vibrant, innovative, diverse and provocative art and culture. It will tell the story of our Indigenous and diverse community’s heritage, as well as openly embracing the discussion of who we are. Art and culture will enrich our everyday; we will nurture creativity, facilitate community action, respect the soul of the area and embrace all challenges with authenticity and creativity.

The Plan aims to:

  • Foster creativity and facilitate cultural participation
  • Create sustainable cultural infrastructure and opportunities
  • Support a sustainable creative economy
  • Express our story, identity and values with honest and integrity

How to have your say

Download the draft plan here and provide your feedback below before Friday 12 June.

Any questions or to discuss further, please contact the Community Development team at amrshire@amrshire.wa.gov.au.