Arts Plan

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The City is developing a five year Arts Plan and is calling on the community to help craft a vision for the arts and culture in Vincent.

The City of Vincent has a diverse, engaged community who value and celebrate the arts. We want your help to make sure that art continues to play an important role in ensuring a vibrant, thriving and inclusive Vincent.

Through the Connected Community priority in the City’s Strategic Community Plan 2018-2028 (SCP) the Arts Plan will

“Develop a clear vision for creative arts in the City and continue to deliver public art, inclusion of art in built form, opportunities for local artists and creative spaces.

As a way of achieving this priority, we want to hear from the community on what it is that makes arts important to you and what makes Vincent unique.

In April the City will visit popular locations to talk to our community about all things arts and encourage new ideas through our online ideas wall. We will also engage with members of the arts and creative industries to tell us how arts infrastructure and investment should be prioritised over the next five years.

What is arts and culture?

Arts and culture includes many different activities; from delivering live music or literary events, public murals or sculptures, to facilitating gallery spaces, painting studios, or rehearsal studios, the City plays an important role in delivering and facilitating arts and culture in Vincent.

Art in all its forms is available to all community members, regardless of background, ability, income and age. Creative places allow for connection and should be accessible to creatives from diverse groups including people with disability, seniors, young people, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, people from diverse cultures and backgrounds and the LGBTIQA+ community.

Share your thoughts

We would love to know your thoughts about an Arts vision for Vincent. The details are available to view here and from the document library.

You can share your thoughts a number of ways:

  • Fill out our online survey
  • Share your suggestions via our Ideas Wall
  • Contribute to our Arts Experience Map
  • Email us at mail@vincent.wa.gov.au
  • Call us on 9273 6000
  • Visit us at the City of Vincent Library, 99 Loftus Street (during opening hours)

You can also find us at the following pop-up event during the consultation period:

  • Kyilla Community Farmers Market: Saturday 9 April - 9.00am -10.00am

Surveys are also available upon request, via email.

Feedback is invited until: 9 May. For more information, contact us on 9273 6000 or mail@vincent.wa.gov.au

The City is developing a five year Arts Plan and is calling on the community to help craft a vision for the arts and culture in Vincent.

The City of Vincent has a diverse, engaged community who value and celebrate the arts. We want your help to make sure that art continues to play an important role in ensuring a vibrant, thriving and inclusive Vincent.

Through the Connected Community priority in the City’s Strategic Community Plan 2018-2028 (SCP) the Arts Plan will

“Develop a clear vision for creative arts in the City and continue to deliver public art, inclusion of art in built form, opportunities for local artists and creative spaces.

As a way of achieving this priority, we want to hear from the community on what it is that makes arts important to you and what makes Vincent unique.

In April the City will visit popular locations to talk to our community about all things arts and encourage new ideas through our online ideas wall. We will also engage with members of the arts and creative industries to tell us how arts infrastructure and investment should be prioritised over the next five years.

What is arts and culture?

Arts and culture includes many different activities; from delivering live music or literary events, public murals or sculptures, to facilitating gallery spaces, painting studios, or rehearsal studios, the City plays an important role in delivering and facilitating arts and culture in Vincent.

Art in all its forms is available to all community members, regardless of background, ability, income and age. Creative places allow for connection and should be accessible to creatives from diverse groups including people with disability, seniors, young people, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, people from diverse cultures and backgrounds and the LGBTIQA+ community.

Share your thoughts

We would love to know your thoughts about an Arts vision for Vincent. The details are available to view here and from the document library.

You can share your thoughts a number of ways:

  • Fill out our online survey
  • Share your suggestions via our Ideas Wall
  • Contribute to our Arts Experience Map
  • Email us at mail@vincent.wa.gov.au
  • Call us on 9273 6000
  • Visit us at the City of Vincent Library, 99 Loftus Street (during opening hours)

You can also find us at the following pop-up event during the consultation period:

  • Kyilla Community Farmers Market: Saturday 9 April - 9.00am -10.00am

Surveys are also available upon request, via email.

Feedback is invited until: 9 May. For more information, contact us on 9273 6000 or mail@vincent.wa.gov.au

Page last updated: 10 May 2022, 11:24 AM