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Creative Recovery

Creative Recovery covers the growing network of artists and cultural and community workers taking the lead in helping communities recover from the impact of such disasters through creativity.

As we face increasing crises caused by floods, fires, droughts and other natural disasters and now viruses such as COVID-19, the arts can play an important role in the response and recovery process. Arts Mid North Coast have partnered with QLD based organisation, Creative Recovery Network and are working to understand how this can be achieved, by whom and how we can best assist:

  • the arts to meaningfully support communities to recover and rebuild;
  • the arts to be integrated into and valued as part of broader community recovery efforts;
  • local artists and arts workers to gain increased knowledge, skills and confidence to respond to communities in recovery;
  • for arts and cultural organisations to enhance their capacity to work with communities in recovery and respond in a coordinated way.

We have created this section to post important networks, studies and projects that we have found  to assist artists and arts organisations on the Mid North Coast.

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Projects from the region

Creative Recovery Training Program – Postponed

UPDATE 6 September 2021 Regrettably, with the ongoing COVID restrictions across Regional NSW, we will be postponing our ...

Bushfire Creative Recovery Project – Orara Valley

Over 150 primary school students in the bushfire-affected Orara Valley took part in a Creative Recovery Project spearheaded ...

Black Bird Bushfire Recovery Project

Nambucca artist Nancy Sposato was a successful recipient of a Regional Arts NSW Creative Recovery grant to support ...

Resources

creating well

Creating Well Report

Creative Recovery Network (CRN) and Community Arts Network (CAN) recently released a report calling for new standards of ...
Creativity in Crisis: Report by Australia Institute

Creativity in Crisis: Rebooting Australia’s Arts and Entertainment Sector After COVID

New research from the Australia Institute’s Centre for Future Work, written by Senior Economist Alison Pennington and Monash ...
Arts Therapists on the Mid North Coast

Creative Arts Therapists Directory

Creative Arts Therapy is a form of therapy, and includes disciplines such as art therapy, dance/movement therapy, drama therapy, music therapy, poetry therapy, ...

Make your Museum or Gallery COVID Safe

All businesses can now check, test and promote their COVID Safe credentials through the NSW Government’s online COVID ...

Plans and Policies

Part of the problem with disasters is that people and communities only think about what to do after ...

Networks and Groups

A response to various disasters has seen some organisations develop or take on specialised roles in disaster recovery. ...

COVID-19

The coronavirus pandemic is a significant disaster across the globe. It is also changing day by day. Arts ...

Christchurch Earthquake

The Canterbury 7.1 earthquake struck at 4:35 am local time on 4 September 2010. Damaging aftershocks followed the ...

Queensland  Floods

In late 2010, a series of devastating floods hit Queensland forcing the evacuation of thousands of people from ...

Black Saturday Fires, Victoria

Following the tragic Black Saturday bushfires, the Victorian State Government (Arts Victoria) rolled out an arts-led initiative to ...
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