Creative Regions’ work is centred on making arts experiences that are relevant to regional communities.

To do this, we work with government agencies, industry bodies, companies and the not for profit sectors to understand the big ideas and issues affecting communities then designing arts-led responses to those issues.

The arts in all its forms (performing, visual, digital or hybrid work) is central to engagement in big picture debates and discussions and is part of a healthy democratic society.

Creative Regions is proud to be delivering courageous and exciting work that challenges these big ideas in regional Queensland.

Examples of our work in this area include

A play exploring teenagers’ relationships with networked technologies, social media, and each other.

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A verbatim theatre production created from real-life stories of domestic violence.

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(Creative Recovery: Building Resilience Initiative of Arts Queensland – Bundaberg, North Burnett, Fraser Coast and Gladstone Regions)

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A series of three plays responding to the social impacts of mining in regional Queensland (Bundaberg, Cracow, Mt Perry, Mt Morgan)

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An exhibition of regional contemporary Indigenous artists from Wide Bay and Central Queensland responding to the cultural significance of the dingo set against contemporary treatment of this unique animal (Yeppoon)

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A partnership with US company, Fringe Benefits Theatre, to create a work focused on the experiences of prejudice against the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender communities in regional Queensland (Bundaberg and regional tour)

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A partnership with Flipside Circus and CQUniversity to use circus to better engage young people in schooling in regional and remote communities (Eidsvold, Baralaba, Woorabinda, Mt Morgan)

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