Presentation on theme: "Just before you start … When discussing the questions: -Think about all the ways you get involved in arts and cultural activities – on weekends, at school,"— Presentation transcript:
Just before you start … When discussing the questions: -Think about all the ways you get involved in arts and cultural activities – on weekends, at school, after school, with family and friends etc. -Remember that being involved can mean: -making or creating things (like writing music) -doing things (like playing in a band) -looking at or listening to things that other people have created (like downloading music, going to a concert)
Just before you start … (cont.) We are interested in hearing your views and opinions – there are no right or wrong answers!
Question 1 What types of arts and cultural activities do you currently get involved in? Q1
What types of arts and cultural activities are you most passionate about or interested in? Question 2 Q2
What opportunities do you have now to get involved in these activities? Question 3 Q3
What kinds of spaces and places do you need to do these activities? Question 4 Q4
Question 5 What support or assistance might you need to do these activities? Q5
Question 6 What kinds of support and opportunities do you think would help young artists to develop their work or careers in arts and culture? Q6
Question 7 This discussion is one way you can have a say about how we support arts and cultural activities for children and young people. What other things do you think could be done to encourage children and young people to have their say about arts and culture? Q7
Question 8 Is there anything else you’d like to tell us? Q8
What’s next? By December 2007 we will: Post a summary of the feedback from across Queensland on the Arts Queensland website www.arts.qld.gov.au By April 2008 we will: Put a copy of the action plan on the Arts Queensland website. We will also send a copy to your school
Thank you! Thank you very much for sharing your views and ideas!