We are excited to announce our creative arts workshop series! Nine talented local artists will lead you through a creative process to capture your lived experience of the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Creative Collective Memory Arts Project is a chance for us to come together and reconnect, to create, celebrate, reflect, and to honour our unique stories and experiences while building a memory bank for future generations.

Whatever your interest, we have a range of workshops running from January until May 2022 that are sure to inspire.

Stay tuned for more details and booking information coming soon. 

The Creative Collective Memory Arts project is funded through the Libraries for Health and Wellbeing Program; an initiative of State Library Victoria (for the Library Board of Victoria) and Public Libraries Victoria under the banner of the Statewide Public Library Development Projects 2020 – 2023.


Workshops will include: 

  • Remix, Rethink mixed media with Samantha Thompson at Meredith Community Centre
  • Adult finger-painting with Justine Martin at Diversitat’s Northern Community Hub
  • Creative Canvases with Jacklyn Foster at the fOrT Youth Centre. Ages 12-25 years
  • Colouring in poster with Lara Davies at Deans Marsh SPARK!
  • After the Before Times: a dance exploration of the Covid lockdown experience with Xavier McGettigan at Queenscliff Town Hall
  • Weaving with Caroline Hawkins at Anglesea Art House
  • Memory Booklets with Lyn Dickson at Colac Makers’ Space
  • Sketching with Liz McGrath at Newcomb Library
  • Painting & creating a shared memory map of COVID-19 with Victoria Downey at Bellarine Community Health/headspace Ocean Grove. Ages 13-18 years.