Get Your Arts On

Get Your Arts On

Chisholm Queer Connect presents, Get Your Arts On!

Discuss, listen and share your creativity in the safe and friendly environment where you can express yourself in a casual, informal way.

Maybe you're a writer, performer, musician, artist or creative, or perhaps you enjoy watching, admiring and listening to creative expression in the arts. 

Join us, from the comfort of your choice, while we Zoom meet as an inspired group to experience your chosen art form. What do we appreciate in the arts? What do we enjoy about creativity? What benefits do we gain from the arts? 

Remember, if you don’t play, perform or write but really appreciate the arts, then we’d love you to join the conversation to make it a rich tapestry of ideas and experiences.

Registration

Registrations are required in order to receive a link for virtual events. Select the 'Register now' button below. 

This event is presented as part of Unwrapped: Celebration of LGBTIQA+ Arts and Culture. 

Location

This program will be delivered online via Zoom. This is a live streamed event which is accessed via a link. You will receive the link when your booking is confirmed.

Participants will require the following

An email address

Smartphone, tablet or computer with internet access

About the presenter

Chisholm Institute is one of Victoria’s premier public vocational education and training providers prominently placed across Melbourne’s south east. At Chisholm, we offer a wide range of art, design, and photography courses as well as over 250 certificate, diploma, advanced diploma, bachelor and graduate certificate courses.

At Chisholm we celebrate and support lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex and queer or questioning students through our Chisholm’s Queer Connect program.  The CQC program provides LGBTQIA+ students with a safe, respectful and fun space to connect and socialise.  

Free Event. Registrations Required
Online – Zoom (Live Streamed)
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Add to Calendar 2020-11-25 12:00:00 2020-11-25 12:00:00 Get Your Arts On Chisholm Queer Connect presents, Get Your Arts On! Discuss, listen and share your creativity in the safe and friendly environment where you can express yourself in a casual, informal way. Maybe you're a writer, performer, musician, artist or creative, or perhaps you enjoy watching, admiring and listening to creative expression in the arts.  Join us, from the comfort of your choice, while we Zoom meet as an inspired group to experience your chosen art form. What do we appreciate in the arts? What do we enjoy about creativity? What benefits do we gain from the arts?  Remember, if you don’t play, perform or write but really appreciate the arts, then we’d love you to join the conversation to make it a rich tapestry of ideas and experiences. Registration Registrations are required in order to receive a link for virtual events. Select the 'Register now' button below.  This event is presented as part of Unwrapped: Celebration of LGBTIQA+ Arts and Culture.  Location This program will be delivered online via Zoom. This is a live streamed event which is accessed via a link. You will receive the link when your booking is confirmed. Participants will require the following An email address Smartphone, tablet or computer with internet access About the presenter Chisholm Institute is one of Victoria’s premier public vocational education and training providers prominently placed across Melbourne’s south east. At Chisholm, we offer a wide range of art, design, and photography courses as well as over 250 certificate, diploma, advanced diploma, bachelor and graduate certificate courses. At Chisholm we celebrate and support lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex and queer or questioning students through our Chisholm’s Queer Connect program.  The CQC program provides LGBTQIA+ students with a safe, respectful and fun space to connect and socialise.   field_contact_details 0 field_contact_details 1 field_contact_details 2 field_contact_details 0 field_contact_details 1 field_contact_details 2 Australia/Melbourne public