The GOODNESS Inc's Collaboree Project is a series of free workshops in the Moreton Bay region, designed to share local Indigenous, multicultural and intergenerational wisdom on sustainability.
The Create for Sustainability Collaboree on 15th November is a chance to exchange ideas, stories and experiences of creative work that promotes sustainability in our communities.
Collaboree workshops are free and open to all, but space is limited, so register for your free spot now!
When / Where 11am–1pm on Saturday 15 November at Redcliffe Youth Space.
Workshop format & line-up There will be short presentations followed by facilitated discussion with our guest speakers. The line-up includes:
Nooreen Harris, program coordinator at Caboolture Neighbourhood Centre, with extensive local experience supporting residents from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, building capacity, running events and expanding cultural awareness.
Warren Roberts, founder and CEO of Youth Awareness Resource Network (YARN), a group using the power of Story to to build relationships and inspire all Australians to engage with the culture of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
Tracy Watson, who brings her creative talents and NZ Maori heritage to a number of intercultural arts initiatives in the region, through a range of local projects and events, including her current role at Aspire Arts, Cultures & Communities Inc.
Free refreshments! Delicious, sustainably-sourced food will be freely available, provided by local social enterprise Connections Catering.
The Collaboree Project is proudly sponsored by Moreton Bay Regional Council.
TGI would also like to thank the Redcliffe Youth Space for their generous in-kind contribution to the project.
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