Published on Wednesday 4 November 2020

Creative Brimbank is the new arts and culture mantra!

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Brimbank Council is excited to announce Creative Brimbank, a name synonymous with all things dedicated to arts and culture in the diverse and inspiring community that is our beloved municipality.

Artists, cultural events and shows, creative workshops and community art activities will all come together under the Creative Brimbank brand to increase the engagement of community in connecting to the arts and to celebrate our creativity.

Brimbank Acting Director Community Wellbeing Lynley Dumble said our aim is to have everyone able to participate in and collaborate towards building a vibrant, connected and creative community.

“Council is dedicated to ensuring the arts are part of everyday life in Brimbank, as well as developing artistic thinking in the community through the work of the Arts and Culture team, and beyond.

“We advocate for the inclusion of arts in the west by bringing quality experiences in performing and visual arts, and delivering an engaging program of creative workshops, festivals and events.

“You could say Creative Brimbank is our new arts and culture mantra!” Ms Dumble said.

In line with this, Brimbank Council will unveil a new Creative Brimbank website at noon today (4 November) dedicated to sharing creative ideas and inviting everyone to participate. The website will feature a calendar of events, blog posts, public art information, artist opportunities, videos, and more!

Creative Brimbank options, showcasing local arts and culture and sharing ideas, include:

Creative Brimbank primarily covers the work of the Arts and Culture Unit at Brimbank City Council including the Bowery Theatre, Community Cultural Development (CCD), St Albans Community Centre (STACC) program, Art Spaces and galleries, Festivals and Events.

For more information visit, follow us on social media or call 9249 4600.

Creative Brimbank is proudly owned by Brimbank City Council

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