BOOTS N ALL: Sue Wright and Sharon Van-Der-Poll representing Boots n All.
BOOTS N ALL: Sue Wright and Sharon Van-Der-Poll representing Boots n All. Aaron Goodwin

Grants help develop art and culture in the Central Highlands

MORE than $17,000 has been allocated to local arts and cultural projects in the Central Highlands under the third round of the 2018-2019 financial year's Regional Arts Development Fund.

Two individual development applications, one group application and one council-initiated project were amongst the four successful projects.

Patricia Callum received $533 for machine embroidery training workshop attendance to learn new techniques and methods. Katie Rea received $1352 to bring stand-up comedy training and performance to Dingo, facilitated by comedian Colette Anderson.

Boots 'n' All received $1111 towards a skills development workshop for local line dancers and to showcase choreographer's work. The Central Highlands Arts and Cultural Advisory Committee received $15,000 to conduct videography training across the region.



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