What is Culture-Led Placemaking? Join us on Friday February 14 as Rosie Dennis CEO and Artistic Director of Bleach* The Gold Coast Festival explains the ‘how to’ on what it means to build arts and culture into our everyday to challenge expectations, change perceptions and create a unique and authentic sense of place and we how can best do this on our beautiful shores of the Gold Coast.
Rosie Dennis was appointed as Bleach* CEO and Artistic Director in June 2019. A writer, director and performer, Rosie aims to produce bold, adventurous work that pushes the boundaries of contemporary place-based work across artforms. Previous to joining Bleach*, Rosie was the Artistic Director and CEO of Urban Theatre Projects in Western Sydney where she curated the award winning BANKSTOWN:LIVE, conceived and directed the theatrical triptych, Home Country and directed two documentaries, Bre & Back and One Day for Peace. Prior to joining Urban Theatre Projects, Rosie's work was presented at over 25 festivals across Central Europe, the United Kingdom, Australia and New Zealand.
This is an exclusive presentation for Women in Tourism attendees only, prior to an announcement going public on February 18th so this event is not one to be missed.
Date and time: Friday 14th February 2020 from 6:30am to 8:30am
Venue: Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary
Address: 28 Tomewin St, Currumbin. Entrance to the event is through the café, to the left of the main entrance.
Parking: Complimentary parking in dedicated Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary car park on Tomewin Street (across from main entrance).