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As an industry-led program, the Arts Wellbeing Collective is shaped by the ideas, lived experiences, and perspectives of people working in live performance. We are currently undertaking strategic planning and engagement to help shape the Collective’s goals and priorities for the next three years. And we want to hear from you!

We have 5 x $100 Arts Centre Melbourne gift vouchers up for grabs for completing our Engagement Survey.

Take the survey now to enter the draw.

Gift Vouchers are valid for 3 years from the date of issue, and can be redeemed on any Arts Centre Melbourne ticketed event (excluding those at the Sydney Myer Music Bowl).

We are looking forward to hearing what’s working, what’s missing, and what could be improved! Survey is now open until Sunday, 1st May.

Wishing you good health, warmth, and creativity
The team at Arts Centre Melbourne



Sleep Well

A lot of us are feeling tired at the moment, and quality sleep is a key component of mental wellbeing. Take some time to unwind and read through our latest resource Sleep Well, full of practical tips and techniques for supporting restful and restorative sleep.

Speak and Sing Well

Maintaining vocal flexibility, versatility and stamina helps us manage the changing demands on our voices from role to role, with our general health and wellbeing, and as we age. Check out our latest resource Speak and Sing Well for practical tips and techniques for keeping your voice fit and healthy.


Support Act Wellbeing Helpline

The Support Act Wellbeing Helpline is a 24/7, free, confidential phone counselling service available Australia-wide to anyone who usually works in the creative industries. You can make an appointment, or request to speak with an experienced, qualified clinician immediately about any aspect of your mental health and wellbeing. There is dedicated First Nations support and dedicated support for arts managers and leaders available. Call 1800 959 500, 24 hours a day, seven days a week to make an appointment. If you or someone you know is at immediate risk, please contact the Emergency Services on 000.

Find out more →

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