At the School of Arts and Humanities, we are committed to engaging with the community by providing sponsorship support for the following key industry partners and events.
Art Partners is a mentorship program that matches protégés (people with disability) with mentors, and together they participate in mainstream art classes and activities in Bunbury, Western Australia.
The Australian Teachers Of Media WA (ATOM WA) supports Media education in Western Australia through promoting the exchange of ideas between media educators across all systems and sectors, advising state and national authorities about curriculum development and policy, and assisting members by providing a variety professional development opportunities and resources.
The Children a Resource Most Precious Conference is an annual national conference on the prevention of child abuse and neglect; most recently highlighting the platform for Collaboration – Communities, Government and Non-Government Organisations Working Together, through the engagement of a series of key note speaker presentations and guest speaker workshops including special performances from local school choirs.
The program showcases the most current and relevant trends in academic and research leadership. The committee believe passionately in the power of ideas to change attitudes, lives and ultimately the world. With this in mind the program was put together to provide knowledge and inspiration from the worlds most inspired thinkers and encourage engagement and ideas sharing from those attending.
Initiating in 1997, the Revelation Film Festival is designed to showcase ideas "at point" in contemporary independent film and find a place for them in a conservative cinema and social environment. The festival now also includes a unique Academic component, industry discussion sessions, live performances, masterclasses, visual art exhibitions and other hybrid activity generated by the event or independent curators. Revelation always welcomes independently curated or initiated programs and ideas and actively embraces creative professional development and mentoring opportunities.
Revelation maintains its focus on signature driven works and embraces audiences of all ages, tastes and backgrounds. Like the films it presents, the event maintains a vitality and enthusiasm for the industry quite unlike any other film festival in the country.
The School Psychologists' Association of Western Australia Inc. (SPA) was established in 1989 by a small group of School Psychologists who were keen to provide professional support to and advocacy for School Psychologists in WA. Currently SPA has approximately 300 members.
The Association provides opportunities for resource sharing, professional development through regular events, and a forum to discuss the complex aspects of working in schools. Professional events are open to non-members and focus on the practical aspects of working with young people and school systems.
The Shore Lines Festival is unique to Western Australia and creates opportunities for established and emerging writers of all ages to express themselves through the many forms of writing for performance, including song, short fiction, playwriting, monologues and performance poetry. Entrants have the opportunity to develop their performance skills during the Shore Lines Workshop program held at ECU. There is an impressive range of prizes on offer including cash for Open, Primary and Secondary winners and runners up, plus an opportunity for the winner of the Open category to receive professional writing consultations with ECU’s published authors.
Hosted by the Film and Television Institute WA, the WA Screen Awards is the premier event for emerging filmmakers in WA. The WA Screen Awards are a wonderful opportunity for the screen industry to celebrate the achievements of WA’s emerging and professional filmmakers at a special gala awards ceremony and feature some of the film and television industry's top luminaries.
The Youth Affairs Council of Western Australia (YACWA) is the peak non-government youth organisation in Western Australia. They operate primarily as a human rights organisation that seeks to address the exclusion of young people in a rapidly changing society.
YACWA aims to provide a united, independent and active advocate for the non-government youth sector and young people that is both supported and respected by the sector and the wider community. Focusing on young people’s varied needs at local, State and Federal Government level, YACWA works to engender and enhance positive community attitudes towards young people.
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