Arts & Culture Department – City of Greater Geelong.
Geelong Arts & Culture Trails Mobile App.Unearth art studios and galleries, striking public artworks, creative spaces and exciting performing arts locations, and find new ways to connect with our Indigenous and post-settlement histories.
Official M~M: Connecting Memory Mobile App.The Connecting Memory App taps into a rich collection of digital stories about the iconic places and fascinating people of Geelong and the Bellarine Peninsula, Victoria, Australia. Local voices tell local stories through film, spoken word, song and text.
Considering staging an event?
Then you need to plan! Here’s what you need to do.
The City of Greater Geelong require planning and permission. Read on to see what sort of approvals and planning timeframes you might need.
The Our Community Group provides advice, connections, training and easy-to-use tech tools for people and organisations working to build stronger communities. Our partners in that work are not-for-profit organisations and social enterprises; government, philanthropic and corporate grantmakers; donors and volunteers; enlightened businesses; and other community builders. We are a Certified B Corporation and multi-award-winning social enterprise.
Regional Arts Victoria inspires art across the state. Through creative facilitation, touring, education, specialised resources, artistic projects and advocacy, we develop and sustain creative communities and artistic practice all over Victoria.
The Arts Industry Council of Victoria (AICV) is the State’s independent voice for the arts.
AICV was established as a non-profit peak body in 1989 to enable all sectors of arts activity in Victoria to speak with a common voice.
The Association of Artist Managers (AAM) is the peak body representing the interests of artist managers in the Australian music industry
Australian Music Industry Network. AMIN exists to bring together and represent its members, the state and territory music industry associations, and by doing so create a strong network that provides a national platform for the representation of; and the delivery of projects for the benefit of, the contemporary music industry in Australia.
G21 is the formal alliance of government, business and community organisations working together to improve the lives of people within the Geelong region across five member municipalities – Colac Otway, Golden Plains, Greater Geelong, Queenscliffe and Surf Coast
Welcome to the South West ArtsAtlas! Primarily designed to service artists and communities in the south-west of Victoria, as defined by the regional map, and the intention of the website is that these individuals and groups take precedence in terms of providing content.
Welcome to the Central Highlands ArtsAtlas! Primarily designed to service artists and communities in the Central Highland region Victoria (Ararat Rural City, City of Ballarat, Golden Plains, Hepburn, Moorabool, and Pyrenees.
Welcome to the Grampians Wimmera ArtsAtlas! The ArtsAtlas promotes the richness of artists, cultural groups and creative events across the region.
Whether you’re a visual artist wanting to show your work, a musician looking for venues, a group interested in funding or just finding out what’s going on- ArtsAtlas is your guide to great artistic happenings across our region. You can explore, discover or add content to the site.
The Australia Council for the Arts is the Australian Government’s arts funding and advisory body. Our focus is on increasing the visibility of Australia’s vibrant arts and culture, and recognising the evolving way that Australians make and experience art.
Creative Victoria is the State Government body dedicated to supporting, championing and growing the arts and creative industries. Formally established on 1 January 2015, Creative Victoria brings together Victoria’s strengths across arts and culture, screen and design. Victorian Government branches and agencies with responsibilities in these areas are now transitioning into the new body.
The Contemporary Art Society of Victoria Inc. (CAS) is a non-profit organisation, run by artists for the benefit of artists and those interested in the arts. It is based in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia and was founded in 1938. Our primary aims include the fostering and promotion of contemporary art, to further the understanding of it, and to encourage and stimulate artists.
The Musicians’ Union of Australia is a not-for-profit association which represents and advances the interests of working musicians.