In the interests of public safety, Mornington Peninsula Shire has temporarily suspended non-essential services, programs, events & activities. Among these are a range of arts and cultural programs that were planned for the coming months. These include targeted professional development events, community liaison and public art projects. To help lessen the sense of isolation we are all currently facing, we aim to bring a number of these initiatives online over the coming weeks and months. A range of resources, stories, activities and events will be available on this website and updated regularly for our community to participate in online.
During this challenging time, we will advocate for and support the Mornington Peninsula creative and cultural sector and encourage the sector to keep creating and finding ways to create, research, develop, present and inspire. We will continue to connect with you, stakeholders and audiences and strive to inform, learn, adapt and communicate.
If you are a Mornington Peninsula-based artist, musician, maker, designer, craftsperson, arts company, arts organisation or creative business that would like to share or collaborate on resources, events or activities, please get in touch with us via the contact us page.
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The Mornington Peninsula Shire / NBN Co Aboriginal Art Node Project is a partnership to cover sixteen NBN node cabinets across thirteen townships with Aboriginal art wraps from 6 local Aboriginal groups and organisations.
Darker is a conversation between five young women, that exposes the sometimes murky undercurrent to living on the Mornington Peninsula. Darker is presented as part of 16 Days of Activism against Gender-based Violence.