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Creative Care: Improving wellbeing in the Arts

Presented by Creative Victoria in partnership with the Arts Wellbeing Collective and Auspicious Arts Incubator

When: Thursday 22 February, 2018 - 3.00pm - 4.30pm (Doors open at 2.45pm)
Where: Tower Theatre, The Coopers Malthouse, 113 Sturt Street, Southbank, 3006
Cost: Free, but bookings essential

Creativity requires vulnerability, innovation, energy and commitment. Self-care is essential to keep the creative juices flowing - but is much easier said than done! It often takes a backseat, particularly when you’re on a deadline.

Whether it’s an opening night, production week, festival season, grants time, or you are working in isolation in your studio, how do you take simple, effective and meaningful steps towards self-care and how can you ensure that staff and colleagues do the same?

Join Tracy Margieson, Project Manager of the Arts Wellbeing Collective at Arts Centre Melbourne and John Paul Fischbach, CEO & Chief Alchemist at Auspicious Arts Incubator for practical tips and tricks for self-care in the creative industries.

For more about Tracy Margieson and John Paul Fischback, visit The Creative Exchange website.

For enquiries about The Creative Exchange or this event, please contact:

Laura Perini
Marketing Officer, Strategic Marketing
Creative Victoria 
T: (03) 8683 3213
E: laura.perini@ecodev.vic.gov.au

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