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As we head into Autumn and adjust to the cooler weather, this can be a great time to reflect, connect with the things and people that energise and uplift us, and prepare for what comes next.
The Arts Wellbeing Collective has prepared a new resource in partnership with Chris Cheers and Dr Jane Miskovic-Wheatley to support anyone returning to work in the performing arts industry.
The Arts Wellbeing Collective has worked with Chris Cheers and Dr Jane Miskovic-Wheatley to prepare a new resource to help leaders support the mental health and wellbeing of their teams through the return to onsite work and work-sites.
As COVID-19 restrictions ease across Australia, many of us are beginning a gradual return to work in the performing arts industry.
The final report is now available, and the Arts Wellbeing Collective has been included as a case study for supporting mentally healthy workplaces.
The Arts Wellbeing Collective COVID-19 Crisis Appeal has received the Principal Award - Most Outstanding Fundraising Project at the 2021 FIA Awards for Excellence.
2021 is upon us, and we hope it has been treating you well so far.
Miranda Ilchef speaks with Alex Rathgeber about his work through Maker Productions on the inaugural series of Sound Mind.
Thank you all for your wonderful support across 2020, and as the year draws to a close, it's heartening to see shows slowly and safely returning to our stages.
Rewatch this session presented for Music Theatre Futures that gives a brief overview of some of the simple steps you can take to help enable everyone in our industry to do their best work.
The second edition of Spotlight: The Arts Wellbeing Collective Magazine is now live! Thank you to the more than 100 people who contributed to this wonderful edition, we are honoured to showcase the incredible work happening across our sector.
You are warmly invited to SOUND MIND, a brand new series of music and conversation exploring mental health and the performing arts.
Seven outstanding finalists have been selected for the 2020 Australian Mental Health Prize.
You are warmly invited to join us for a series of online presentations promoting positive mental health and wellbeing in the performing arts.
Coming soon - a music mini-series exploring mental health and the performing arts.
You can always seek help for your mental health and wellbeing. Don't ever worry that you're not upset enough - it's never too early to reach out.
The closures and cancellations as a result of COVID-19 have greatly impacted all of us. Our leaders and peak bodies are working tirelessly for the industry, and we want to extend our gratitude for their incredible work at this difficult time.
That's a wrap for 2019, and what a year it's been! Thank you for your generosity, commitment and support.
Team members from The Australian Ballet and Orchestra Victoria recently completed accredited Mental Health First Aid training.
Team members from Home of the Arts (HOTA) Gold Coast recently completed accredited Mental Health First Aid training.
Eleven wonderful performing arts workers including actors, agents, arts managers, and technicians recently completed accredited Mental Health First Aid training.
Arts Centre Melbourne and Arts on Tour have led the development of a brand new resource, Tour Well for Tour Managers: tips and techniques for designing tours to promote positive mental health and wellbeing.
Arts Centre Melbourne's Arts Wellbeing Collective is thrilled to announce the launch of a new pilot program, the Support Act Wellbeing Helpline, as part of its suite of mental health and wellbeing initiatives, tailored for those who work in the performing arts.
Another incredible group of performing arts workers have become trained in Mental Health First Aid.

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