Latest News & Updates from the Collective

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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.
Miranda Ilchef speaks with Alex Rathgeber about his work through Maker Productions on the inaugural series of Sound Mind.
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.
Claire Spencer AM shares her experiences on the latest podcast by the Victorian Workplace Mental Wellbeing Collaboration
Claire returns to 3KND to yarn about mental health and becoming a finalist in this year's Australian Mental Health Prize.
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.
Discussing practical approaches to creating safe theatres
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.
We are thrilled to announce that the?Support Act Wellbeing Helpline?has been extended to offer a?Manager Support Hotline.
Arts Wellbeing Collective supporter Claire Lyon speaks to the Arts Review about The Masque Co
Claire Spencer AM, CEO of Arts Centre Melbourne, and Tessitura Network president Andrew Recinos discuss the impact of COVID-19.
Performing artist Claire Lyon has generously opted to donate money to the Arts Wellbeing Collective from the sales of masks through her new business, The Masque Co.
Arts Centre Melbourne CEO, Claire Spencer AM, speaks about the Arts Wellbeing Collective, and leading with an emphasis on care, empathy and communication.
Claire speaks to 3KND about her role, the Arts Wellbeing Collective, and how Arts Centre Melbourne is engaging with people through COVID-19.
Arts Centre Melbourne CEO Claire Spencer reflects on community cohesion, mental health and identity as part of City of Melbourne's City of the Future series.
Arts Centre Melbourne CEO Claire Spencer discusses the support the Arts Wellbeing Collective is giving performing arts workers during the coronavirus crisis, and the path to reopening theatres.
Arts Centre Melbourne CEO, Claire Spencer AM, reflects on building resilience and industry efforts to help deal with the impact of COVID-19.

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