CAN is partnering with the Shires of Augusta-Margaret River, Nannup and the City of Busselton to bring one of Australia’s most outstanding cultural leaders to Western Australia.
Robyn Archer, an internationally renown performer and arts advocate is heading to the South West to support CAN’s new Cultural Leadership, Planning and Community Engagement skills development program – a suite of three courses which promote the pivotal role of culture and the value of creative communities.
“We are delighted to have the support of Robyn Archer who will deliver a keynote address to inspire leaders from community, business and government to consider the fundamental place of culture in the future planning of the South West region,” said Ms Kasat.
A registered training organisation , CAN is piloting three new culture-centred professional development courses in the Shires of Augusta-Margaret River, Nannup and the City of Busselton.
The new workshop based training promotes the value of genuine community engagement in the creation of a local vision and how to link it to community strategic planning.
Robyn Archer will support CAN’s inaugural Culture-Centred Leadership course in Margaret River on the 17th of November and then deliver a keynote address to the public at the Margaret River Arts and Culture Centre.
The focus of her talk will be to inspire new ways of thinking about leadership that takes into account the culture of the community.
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