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Council renews focus on arts and culture

Whyalla City Council is renewing its focus on arts and culture within the community.

Council renews focus on arts and culture

Whyalla City Council is renewing its focus on arts and culture within the community.

Deb Hughes was recently appointed to the role of the council’s arts and cultural facilitator, and as part of her new role, is undertaking an audit of the city’s arts and cultural facilities, events, visions, and opportunities.

Ms Hughes said arts and culture played an important part in every community, and each community had its own individual vision for arts and culture.

As part of Ms Hughes’ audit, she is asking art groups, cultural groups, and interested members of the community to complete a survey to provide feedback on the city’s current arts and cultural facilities and possible opportunities.

The survey asks participants about their vision for arts and culture in Whyalla, as well as touching on local events, cultural activites and the quality of facilities that service arts and cultural aspects for the community.

“I am hoping to determine where there are gaps in Whyalla’s arts and cultural prospects so that, through my new role at Whyalla City Council, I can work with the appropriate bodies to address these gaps,” Ms Hughes said.

Copies of the survey are available on the council’s website, www.whyalla.sa.gov.au, or from its civic building in Darling Terrace, and Whyalla Public Library.

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City of Whyalla
PO Box 126
Civic Building, Darling Tce
Whyalla SA 5600
Tel: (08) 8640-3444
Fax: (08) 8645-0155