A podcast from the Creative Recovery Network that explores the unique power of the arts and creativity in disaster management.
Creative Responders shares stories and insights from artists, emergency management experts, creative leaders and impacted communities from across Australia as they prepare, respond and recover from natural disaster.
Each season, Scotia Monkivitch presents four audio documentaries from around Australia about how the arts can repair, rebuild and reunite communities trying to make sense of the unimaginable. The podcast also features a series of special one-on-one conversation episodes with the people working on the frontlines of the arts and emergency management sectors.
About the Production
Creative Responders is an initiative of the Creative Recovery Network hosted by Executive Officer Scotia Monkivitch. The series is produced by Scotia Monkivitch and Creative Recovery Network’s Jill Robson, in collaboration with Audiocraft – Executive Producer Jess O’Callaghan, Sound Engineer Tiffany Dimmack and Producer Nicole Hutton. Original music is composed by Mikey Squire.
How to listen
Listen and subscribe for free through Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Pocketcasts, Google Podcasts or any other podcast app.
All episodes are available to stream on the Creative Recovery Network website by clicking through to the episode at the links above. This is also where you can access transcripts and resources related to each episode.