Regional Creativity and Wellbeing Seminar to be held at Erina

Salus Creatives CEO, Elio Gatti

Cultural organisation, Salus Creatives, is bringing together a host of creatives and industry professionals to share their career journeys at the Coast’s first ever Regional Creativity and Wellbeing Seminar, coming to the Erina Hub, Erina Fair, on March 27.
The seminar entitled Employment and Employability of Creatives will feature nine speakers from across four creative industries.
“From the wisdom of seniors, to the courage of seasoned entrepreneurs and the voices of youth, these are all real diamonds who fought hard to get to where they are today”, said Salus Creatives Director, Elio Gatti.
The seminar offers music, culture, visual arts, poetry and the data from the latest research studies in one unique event.
According to Elio Gatti, seminar goers will have opportunities to connect with an extraordinary line-up of creativity and wellbeing industry practitioners.
Speakers include: Professor Michael Fine, Principal Researcher of the Australian Research Council; Jillian Hogan, creative force behind the San Remo GOATS Festival and Central Coast Councillor; Justine Cogan, Researcher and Founder of peak cultural bodies in the Hunter; Eco Patty and Karen Clark, from the Forest of Tranquillity; Mid-wife, Monique Habib; and, poet, Will Small.
Indigenous creatives, John Oates and Tim Selwyn, will open the seminar.
Wamberal resident and Australia’s Got Talent winner, Fletcher Pilon, and Musicians Making a Difference artist, D Minor, will also perform during the seminar.

Media release, Feb 11
Rosalie Paino, Salus Creatives

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