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Arts Infrastructure Consultation - Artists


Hume City Council is creating an Arts and Cultural Service and Infrastructure Plan and Feasibility Study to support the vision of its Creative Community Strategy 2020-2025 that,

‘creative expression will connect the people and communities of Hume, creating opportunity, building wellbeing, connection and belonging’.

The Plan and Feasibility Study will inform the delivery of a network of creative spaces and services across the City.

It will inform Council about the role arts and culture can and can play in making Hume City a sustainable and thriving community with great health, education, employment, infrastructure, and a strong sense of belonging.

This survey will help Council understand artist and creative industries needs, aspirations, priorities, and future requirements. Please encourage other local artists, arts and creative groups and networks to complete the survey:

If you would like more information about the project or have trouble completing the survey contact:
Dave Henry Team Leader Arts and Cultural Development. Tel 03 9205 2448.

In the survey we are talking about arts and cultural facilities you attend for arts practice or activities outside of your home.  Arts and Cultural activities can be defined in many different ways. For the purposes of this survey, Arts and Culture includes things like:
  • Performing Arts, Theatre, Dance, Comedy, Live Music
  • Visual Arts, Gallery Exhibitions, Sculpture, Public Art
  • Textiles & Craft Arts, Fashion, Knitting
  • Music such as classical, chamber, rock or hip-hop
  • Literature, Reading, Poetry, Scriptwriting, Publishing
  • Multimedia, Cinema, Films, Animation, Gaming
  • Heritage, Museums, Historical or Family History Activities
  • Festivals & Events

This study will assist in future planning and the outcomes will be considered in line with other Council priorities.
Privacy Statement:
A report that includes your feedback will be prepared by Hume City Council.  This report will not contain opinions or information that could lead to the identification of any individuals. Council is committed to ensuring that survey information remains confidential, and is managed in accordance with the Privacy and Data Protection Act 2014 (Vic).  If you have an enquiry regarding this survey, please feel free to contact Council’s Research, Evaluation & Engagement Team by calling us on 9205 2433 or emailing