Ron Egeberg leaves Ballarat City Council after 16 years

Ron Egeberg Manager Arts and Culture with the City of Ballarat has resigned after 16 years with Council. Ron has had several roles over this time including Managing the Eureka Centre. Ron’s highlight was the 150th commemorations of the Eureka …Continue reading →

Developing Arts Audiences

Without laws you can’t have society, without the Arts you can’t have civilisation – Julian Burnside QC   Increasing audiences through a diversity of programs that broadens the appeal of the arts to the wider community is a fundamental role …Continue reading →

Ballarat – Arts, Culture, Lifestyle and History

Thanks to an illustrious heritage, Ballarat has the best of both worlds – a captivating history and a contemporary urban lifestyle with outdoor escapes, world class attractions and a rich arts, food and wine experience. Our cosmopolitan city boasts all …Continue reading →

The Arts as the key to Cultural Development

Many decision makers often find it difficult to appreciate the intrinsic cultural and economic value of the arts and their importance for a healthy and vibrant society. The Arts enriches the quality of people’s lives. It can raise their everyday …Continue reading →

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