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Regional Engagement

Creativity knows no boundaries and the desire to express ourselves through the arts is at home across Victoria. The Regional Training and Engagement Fund is supported by the State Government through Creative Victoria.

Explore our projects to see where we’ve been and what we’ve created.

We Are Not Good People was one of the works presented in Natimuk.

VCA students bring Frisk festival back to Natimuk

Following the success of the 2014 tour, the Victorian College of the ...

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Yarram residents take part in a drawing workshop for Can You See What We See? Image: Renae Shadler

Can You See What We See? Yarram 2015 [Video]

Watch Yarram residents participate in a walking tour inviting local people to see their town from a traveler’s perspective.

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Drouin residents participate in Can You See What We See?

Can You See What We See? Drouin 2015 [Video]

Watch Drouin residents participate in a walking tour inviting local people to see their town from a traveler’s perspective.

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Can You See What We See, San Remo 2015

Can You See What We See? San Remo 2015 [Video]

Watch San Remo residents participate in a walking tour inviting local people to see their town from a traveler’s perspective.

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Regional Engagement and Training

Haunted Rock

PhD candidate Amy Spiers stimulated discussion around the often menacing and unsettling nature of Hanging Rock through participatory art-making.

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Drouin residents participate in a walking arts tour. Photo: Sarah Walker

Gippsland locals rediscover their towns

Interactive walking tours engaged locals in new artistic modes of practice and creation.

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Regional Engagement and Training

Let Me Count the Ways

Asking the question "What do you love about the place you live?"

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An Ecology of Objects and Actions  brought VCA students a regional artists together to explore artistic practices using everyday objects.

An Ecology of Objects and Actions

A series of activated/performed workshops and site-specific interventions in and around the City of Mildura.

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Dancer performs for Breath, Woman

Breathe, Woman!

VCA Dance residency exploring the push and pull between external forces and the individual and the sense of suffocation women in particular can experience as a result of cultural and societal expectations.

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