What do Camera Story, Globe Town Project and Cine Vivo have in common?
Well, not only are they successful WA based community arts and cultural development (CACD) organisations, they’re our special guests at CAN’s next industry networking event.
Join us for informal, short floor talks from the founders of these inspirational not for profits.
Miles Openshaw, Director and Founder of Globe Town Project, Camera Story Co-Founders Jacqueline Warrick and Sarah Lando, Cine Vivo Co-founder Rafael Baro and Asha Bee Abraham of Invisible Cities project in Fremantle, will share some of their experiences working in the CACD sector.
Globe Town Project uses storytelling and creative arts to support positive change within the local community, delivering workshops and theatre productions to people in the belief that art and creativity enriches and changes lives.
Camera Story uses photography to empower those living in under resourced and vulnerable areas. You may well be familiar with their annual collaboration with Youth Affairs Council of WA and the youth homelessness project, Home is Where My Heart Is.
Invisible Cities Fremantle is a participatory art project exploring relationships between people and place, launching on Friday May 26. The fascinating project invites people to offer stories about the significant, poignant, everyday or unusual relationships they have with their special places in Fremantle for an ‘auditory treasure hunt’.
And Cine Vivo is the driving force behind Perth’s Latino Film Festival which started off in a suburban backyard and has grown to become a major fixture on Perth’s cinema calendar.
This networking event will also be offering optional break-out sessions for those who want feedback about projects, ideas or industry related issues.
When – Thursday 25 May @ 5.15pm – 6.45pm
Where – Upstairs Meeting Room – King Street Art Centre
Free for CAN members. $5 door charge for non-members.