Creative Recovery Network
works with professional artists, cultural workers, community members, arts and non-arts organisations, community-based workers, humanitarian workers and those interested in the power of the arts to positively change communities. We work with communities in the development of high level and locally relevant projects and activities to build capacity and drive social change.
FOUR platforms of work.
CONNECTING communities through stories of Creative Recovery, enhancing collaboration and promoting representation of the arts throughout emergency planning and response.
PREPARING for emergencies through planning, which recognises arts as a vital component of emergency preparedness and response.
BUILDING CAPACITY of artists and community members who work on the front line through training, sharing of ideas, tools and resources and support.
ARTS-LED COMMUNITY PROJECTS – Working with the community to create showcase projects that respond to key issues and build a strong and relevant practice.