Thursday, March 31, 2011
Tuesday, March 29, 2011
Wednesday, March 9, 2011
The upcoming Living in Harmony Festival events are as follows:
Australian’s All Photographic Exhibition and Launch
Louise Whelan has embarked on an ambitious photographic project with fellow photographer John Imming. With the endorsement of the State Library of NSW John and Louise are photographing all the different ethnic communities in NSW.
The vibrant images on display are a selection of some of the images Louise has created towards the ongoing photographic documentation into these diverse communities. Her sensitivity, patience and technical skill combine to provide a rare window into the richness and humanity of these communities. These images will transform and educate as they take you into homes, churches, religious and cultural settings of our NSW suburbs
Date: Thursday 17 March 2011
Time: 6:00pm – 8:30pm
Venue: Pine Street Gallery at Pine Street Creative Arts Centre, 64 Pine St Chippendale 2008
Bookings/Enquiries: Caroline Corin on 9265 9517
Time: 9:00am – 6:00pm Monday to Friday / 11:00am – 4:00pm Saturdays
FREE TICKETS to Multicultural Extravaganza at Sydney Town Hall!
Come and celebrate the City of Sydney’s Living in Harmony Festival with our colourful launch event! From Iranian music and Korean dance to Jewish songs and Indian dance, you'll be treated to an array of multicultural performances. A grand performance by NSW AMES will truly delight your cultural senses!
Join us to kick-start the City’s annual Living in Harmony festival, which is held in conjunction with Harmony Day. Be part of this exciting event as we celebrate the diverse cultures and peoples of Australia.
Date: Monday 21 March 2011
Time: 1:00pm - 3:30pm
Venue: Centennial Hall, Sydney Town Hall, 483 George Street, Sydney
Bookings/Enquiries: Caroline Corin on 9265 9517 / email@example.com
For more information on all City of Sydney Living in Harmony events please visit the City of Sydney’s Whats On page: http://whatson.cityofsydney.nsw.gov.au/
The upcoming Connect Sydney training workshops are as follows:
In this half-day interactive workshop you will be provided with the tools to develop your own Cultural Intelligence and develop your ability to communicate and connect across cultures through practical, real-life examples. Cultural Intelligence is key to productive cross-cultural interactions, whether we are serving culturally diverse customers or working together in multicultural teams. It provides a framework for understanding culture at a deeper level and a method to develop the knowledge, skills and attitudes that support success in multicultural Australia.
Date: Tuesday 5 April
Time: 9:00am – 12:30pm
Light refreshments will be provided
The above training is delivered by IllumiNations Cultural Training
Introduction to Facilitative Leadership
In this one-day workshop you will learn skills for leading groups and events that elicit everyone’s participation and reach trustworthy and agreed results. The content of the course comes from you, the participants. The methods give you clear guidance for using them for different tasks and settings, such as one-on-one interactions, designing, planning and evaluating projects, with your own teams or other organisations. You will leave this workshop with confidence to grow cooperation and effectiveness in groups and how to adapt the processes to your own situations in life and work.
Date: Monday 11 April 2011
Time: 9:30am – 4:30pm
Light lunch and refreshments will be provided
The above training is delivered by Maria and Richard Maguire from Unfolding Futures Pty Ltd. http://www.unfoldingfutures.net/
Booking and Enquiry
Numbers are limited. If you would like to RSVP for any of the above training sessions*, or to make an enquiry, please send back the attached expression of interest form to Caroline Corin: firstname.lastname@example.org / fax to 9246-7894 or call 9265 9517.
Please note that we will only allocate a maximum of 2 people per organisation that are located within / provide services to the City of Sydney LGA and a maximum of one individual from other organisations. We believe this is a fair and equitable decision to enable a diverse range of community organisations to participate in the training.
Please advise us if you have any access requirements.
Please note we have not included the venue for the training so as to avoid multiple people turning up without registering.
Looking forward to hearing from you regarding this possibility. Please feel free to contact me to discuss further.
Social Policy and Community Support
City Culture and Community
Level 7, 307 Pitt Street
Monday, March 7, 2011
WHEN: 09 March · 10:00 - 14:00
The Factory Community Centre
67 Raglan St
COOK GARDEN MOSAIC PROJECT
I’m writing you on behalf of The Factory Community Centre, the Housing Communities Program, local residents and community workers to invite you to participate in the “Cook Garden Mosaic Project”. The project will take place from the 9th of March until the 27th of April.
The “Cook Garden Mosaic Project” aims to bring together local children, residents and gardeners on a mosaic project to improve the Cook Garden by installing artwork produced by the community on either side of the Gardens entrance gate.
The project will give you the opportunity to be part of several workshops around Redfern/Waterloo (please see workshops dates and times in the attached flyer). The final installation of the mosaic will be on the 27th of April in the corner of Pitt and Raglan St. and everyone is invited to participate.
The mosaic project is being produced under the Waterloo NAB umbrella and is sponsored by the City of Sydney, Housing NSW and Club NSW. At the same time the project will be supported by community groups/agencies like the UNSW Community Development Project (UNSW CDP), SCCA, Mercy Arms and many others that will joins us for this fantastic project. We estimated that more than 200 residents will take part in the creation of the mosaic and the workshops will provide a great opportunity for people to get together.
Should you require further information, or if you would like to participate in workshops or support the project with resources or other type of support, please contact us on 9698 9569 or Claire on 0419 781 755. We look forward to hearing from you.
Remember everyone is invited!
HCP Community Development
COOK GARDEN MOSAIC PROJECT - WORKSHOPS
10.00 am- 3.00 pm
11.00 am- 1.00 pm
0419 781 755
0419 781 755
11.00 am-12.00 pm
0419 781 755
0419 781 755
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