Latest News & Updates from the Collective

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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.
Greta Bradman, ABC Classic presenter, classical singer, and registered psychologist, guides you through Music for Wellbeing.
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.
The Recovery Roadmap Webinars focus on urgent topics facing organisations and creatives. Each session features a different expert or experts in conversation with Arts Hub's Richard Watts.
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.
Arts Centre Melbourne CEO Claire Spencer shares her concerns regarding the mental health and wellbeing of performing arts workers.
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.
Australian soprano and psychologist Greta Bradman phones in to SmartArts to chat with Richard about how people in the arts can care for their physical and mental wellbeing during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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.
The Arts Wellbeing Collective recently won the Martin Seligman Health and Wellbeing Award at the AHRI Awards.
Team members from The Australian Ballet and Orchestra Victoria recently completed accredited Mental Health First Aid training.
We are thrilled to share that Claire Spencer AM has been recognised for her outstanding contribution to the field of performing arts in the 2020 Australia Day honours list.
Team members from Home of the Arts (HOTA) Gold Coast recently completed accredited Mental Health First Aid training.
The Arts Wellbeing Collective is a finalist in the category, "Improving mental wellbeing" in the 2019 VicHealth Awards.
The recommendations made in the report actively contributed to the development of the Arts Wellbeing Collective.
Greta Bradman is a psychologist, performing artist, and member of the Arts Wellbeing Collective Advisory Group.
Filmmaker and former actor Ben Steel embarks on a soul-searching journey that looks beyond the bright lights to explore mental health issues within the Australian entertainment industry.

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