Overview

The City of Monash is a linguistically and culturally diverse city with residents from 106 countries, speaking 84 languages. The City is situated on the traditional lands of Wurundjeri Woi Wurrung and Bunurong peoples. The diversity of First People’s contemporary culture and heritage throughout Monash is highly respected and valued.

The arts and cultural sector increases opportunities for communities to express identity and form connections. Any advocacy or support for the sector invests in a sector that continues to create positive experiences and social change for Australians.

Help shape the strategy

The City of Monash is now undertaking community engagement to prepare a whole of City strategy to lead the direction of creative and cultural support, programs, events, and initiatives until 2025.

The City is committed to creating a community responsive Arts & Culture Strategy which will inform decision-making regarding the future creative programming and infrastructure needs of the City.

A key driver for this work is to ensure the City’s creative and cultural industries recover and continue to thrive in a post-Covid environment, as well as to maximise the economic, social and cultural impacts that the creative industries bring to the City.

The survey will take approximately 10 minutes to complete, and you can go into a draw to win one of 4 prize packs.

We appreciate your time and invite you to leave contact details for future discussions or enter a prize draw, or you may choose to remain anonymous.

Definition

Creative Industries encompass a diverse range of disciplines from graphic design to independent theatre and craft. Creative Victoria defines Creative Industries as:

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Hayley Mary, Live at Warrawee, 2021, Warrawee Park, Courtesy of Skye Sobejko

Line 1

A – Stephen Newton, Clayton Pinnacles, 2008, wood and stone, Clayton Community Centre

B – “Cool Out Sun”, Clayton Festival in 2018, Clayton Community Centre

C – Petrina Hicks, Venus, 2013, from the series The shadows, pigment ink-jet print, Monash Gallery of Art, City of Monash Collection, courtesy of the artist, Michael Reid (Sydney) and THIS IS NO FANTASY (Melbourne)

D – City of Monash, Nicole Mackechnie, 2020, Wheelers Hill Library

Line 2

A – City of Monash, Picasso Storytime, 2018, MGA

B – Installation view of Cliff Burtt’s Chord, 2011, corten steel, courtesy of the artist

C – Konstantin Dimopoulos, Ripples and Journeys, 2010, Monash Civic Centre

D - Megan Cadd, Maree Clarke and Vicki Cousens, The Spirit of the Land, 2010, J.W. Hurst Reserve

Line 3

A – Chinese Performing Arts Society, Clayton Community Festival, 2019

B – Hayden Dewar, Mulgrave Mural Project, Wanda St, Mulgrave, 2017

C – Christian Thompson, Rule of three, 2020 from the series Flower walls, chromogenic prints, Monash Gallery of Art, City of Monash Collection, courtesy of the artist, Sarah Scout Presents (Melbourne) and Michael Reid (Sydney + Berlin)

D – Young gallery visitor viewing exhibition Trent Parke: the camera is god, Monash Gallery of Art, 2015–16

Line 4

A – Peta Clancy, Undercurrent #1, 2020, from the series Undercurrent, pigment ink-jet print, Monash Gallery of Art, City of Monash Collection, courtesy of the artist

B – Senior students during education tour of Allusion & Illusion: the fantastical world of Valerie Sparks, Monash Gallery of Art, 2018

C – Monash Gallery of Art, Wheelers Hill building entrance featuring exhibition promotion for Bill Henson | The light fades but the gods remain, 2019

D – Hayley Hoopla, Summer Series, Winbourne Park Mount Waverley, Courtesy of Rachel Drill

Take the survey

We are offering four Monash Gallery of Art prize packs valued at $150 each as encouragement to participate. Submit your responses below to go into the draw.

Survey closed at 5pm Sunday 20 March

CITY OF MONASH ARTS & CULTURE STRATEGY 2025 SURVEY - TERMS AND CONDITIONS

1. COMPETITION PROMOTER

The Promoter is the City of Monash

2. COMPETITION INFORMATION

Information on prizes and how to enter this competition form part of these Terms & Conditions of Entry.

3. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF ENTRY

By entering this competition, you agree to abide by the Terms and Conditions of entry.

4. WHO CAN ENTER?

Entry is open to Australian residents aged 18 and over only. This excludes employees of City of Monash and their family members.

5. HOW TO ENTER

To be eligible to enter the competition, each entrant must complete the survey during the Promotional Period. Only one (1) entry is permitted per person.

6. COMPETITION DATES

The promotion commences on Monday 7 February and closes at 11:59AM (AEDST) on Sunday 20 March, 2022 (“Promotional Period”).

7. THE PRIZE

Entrants who complete the survey within the promotional period will be automatically entered into the draw to win 1 of 4 - MGA Prize packs (valued at $150 each).

Please note that the Promoter reserves the right to substitute any component of the Prize for a component of equal value at the Promoter’s sole discretion.

8. CONTACTING PRIZE WINNER

The winner will be selected at random on Tuesday 22 March and contacted via email on the same day. The winner will have 48 hours to claim their prize. If they don’t come forward before the deadline, a replacement winner will be chosen.

9. USE OF PRIZE

Gift packs are not transferable for cash, non-refundable and lost Gift packs cannot be redeemed or replaced.