Learning and development
Resources from previous webinars, including video are available to view on CultureLink.
Making the Case for Culture
Local Government Goes Digital
Cultural Entreprenuership and Financial Sustainability
Cultivating Cultural Tourism
Beyond RADF: Navigating the funding landscape
Public art is changing
Public art policy development
Embedding cultural plans across council portfolios
Surviving the funding jungle
LGAQ Training Services also offer a range of professional development opportunities to councils.
Other learning and development resources
Access Arts Inc. (Queensland)
Access Arts aim to create opportunities by removing barriers to engagement with the arts. They deliver a range of professional arts and cultural services across Queensland, with an emphasis on those communities, groups and individuals who experience disability and disadvantage. For more information visit Access Arts.
Arts Law Centre of Australia
The Arts Law Centre of Australia provides legal advice and information to artists and arts organisations on a wide range of legal and business matters including:
- business structures
Australian Copyright Council
The Australian Copyright Council provide information, legal advice, education and forums on Australian copyright law for content creators and consumers.
Flying Arts Alliance Inc.
Conceived in 1971 as a cultural counterpart to the Flying Doctor Service, Flying Arts, promotes the appreciation, practice and professional development of the visual and media arts as a lifetime interest or career, especially to those with limited access. Services include workshops, residencies, exhibitions, business and project consulting.
Museum and Gallery Services Queensland
Museum and Gallery Services Queensland (M&GSQ) promotes, supports and provides services to foster excellence in museums, galleries and keeping places to ensure they remain relevant, accessible and valued by their communities.