Get Involved

Whether you’re an audience member or participant, spectator or creator there’s a way for you to be involved in the Regional Centre for Culture 2018.

Audiences

 

Come along! Participate!

Event Organisers & Creators

There are several ways in which event organisers and creators can be involved in the Regional Centre for Culture program.The links and information below are provided as resources to discover how to do so,

Event Calendar
Tell us (and everyone) about your event on Time Out! You can include your activity information on a calendar website where events and activities taking place across the Regional Centre for Culture area and throughout 2018 can be listed, searched and promoted. Events may be promoted in a variety of ways, such as inclusion in recommended, seasonal itineraries for tourists and locals alike. There is no charge for listing your event and this is an ongoing opportunity throughout 2018 - download and submit the form by clicking on "Time Out Listings" below and send it to info@rcc2018.com.

Financial Support for Existing Events
Existing Events may be eligible for financial support that increases their scope and capacity. It is likely that these will be activities that increase future sustainability as well as visibility within the Regional Centre for Culture program eg via an additional performer, a tour opportunity, marketing support or similar.

Financial Support for Participatory Performances and Other Presentations
Group-created works or processes that result in public performances or other accessible outcomes may be eligible for financial support.

  • Submissions for announcement in March 2018 are required by January 30, 2018
  • Submissions for announcement in June 2018 are required by April 30, 2018

Cultural initiatives of national  significance will be taking place during 2018. More information about getting involved in these initiatives can be found on the organising bodies’ website links below:

  • Artlands (Biennial Regional Arts Conference), produced by Regional Arts Victoria in October 2018
  • Emerge Cultural Hub in Bendigo over three years produced by Multicultural Arts Victoria
  • Bendigo Enlighten 2018: A Festival of Projection