Placemakers* Gold Coast partners with organisations and individuals who share our values of nurturing community through culture-led, place-based experiences.
We work with a range of organisations from the arts, corporate and not for profit sector to co-create outcomes that benefit all parties, especially the communities we work in.
Those benefits extend far beyond financial or promotional value, to enrich the social, cultural and environmental fabric of our lives and communities.
We seek mutually fulfilling partnerships that cater to organisational and individual needs and aspirations. The process of placemaking is a journey we undertake together; one that that uplifts the cultural capacities and life experiences of all.
City of Gold Coast: built on creativity, transformed by imagination.
The Gold Coast’s arts and creative community is leading a cultural revolution. Our city is being re-imagined. We are energetic, unexpected and distinctly Gold Coast.
Our commitment is to deliver the ambitious vision set in the City of Gold Coast’s first Culture Strategy by 2023.
Arts Queensland, part of the Department of Communites, Housing and Digital Economy, is dedicated to growing a vibrant and sustainable arts and cultural sector in Queensland.
We recognise the public value of Queensland’s dynamic arts and cultural sector and its delivery on the Our Future State: Advancing Queensland Priorities. Specifically, its contribution to the creation of jobs in a strong economy, and engaging young Queenslanders.
Arts Queensland is committed to ensuring integrity, accountability and consultation in delivering on our responsibilities and approach, and communicating outcomes.
Events play a key role in fostering regional tourism and economic development. Tourism is an essential industry to many rural and regional centres, ensuring economic stability, and events can be a cost-effective way of promoting a region and its attractions – as an event grows, it attracts tourists in its own right.
The positive economic impact and interest in a community that a successful regional event can provide not only helps to build a sense of local pride but can also foster confidence and strengthen the community as a whole.
Griffith University was created to be a different kind of university—challenging conventions, creating bold new trends and pioneering solutions through innovative teaching and research. Its high-quality degrees are specifically designed to prepare students for the future and are developed in consultation with industry, based on cutting-edge research, and taught by Australia’s most awarded teachers. Since its beginning, Griffith has been deeply connected to the Asian region, environmentally aware, open to the community and industry focused. Ranking in the top 2% of universities worldwide, Griffith hosts 50,000 students across six campuses in South East Queensland including its Digital campus.