Communications & Events
Communications & Events
Xtinction is a contemporary Art Prize inviting artists to explore the concept of extinction...to people, places, things, flora and fauna.
Further details and entry form to download hereRunning as part of the Sustainable Living Festival, and supported by Healesville Sanctuary, Xtinction aims to highlight the many Australian species that are presently endangered. Artists are encouraged tothink broadly about the theme, and also to consider the use of sustainably sourced,recycled and/or found objects in their work.
One of the biggest challenges facing the Not-for-Profit sector in Australia is their ability to create and maintain a presence across the vast number of social media and digital platforms. While so many are doing well it is often without the support of increased staff.
But resourcing your presence doesn’t have to be a financial or resource drain.Our work supports the Not-for-Profit industry and their great work they do by offering resourcing services to develop weekly content and posting for as little as AUD $15,000* per annum. This investment can look after your twitter and facebook accounts, with approximately two postings per day, monitoring of responses, follows, audience growth and opportunities.
Neighbour Day founder, Andrew Heslop of Double Bay, has been named the 2012 NSW Volunteer of the Year inrecognition of his dedication to encouraging better relationships throughout communities across NSW and Australia at a prestigious function held today, Wednesday, 5 December 2012 – International Volunteer Day – at the NSW Leagues Club, Sydney.The annual Award program recognises the efforts and achievements of the millions of volunteers across NSW.Forty eight regional individual, youth and senior volunteer winners and 21 regional volunteer team winners, gathered from across New South Wales for the announcement of the 2012 NSW Volunteer of the Year winners by The Hon. Victor Dominello, Minister for Citizenship and Communities and Aboriginal Affairs.
Part of what will set communicators apart from the pack is their ability to evolve and realise that control of communication outcomes for a strategy are a thing of the past. My thoughts on this can be found in my latest opinion piece in B&T magazine.
Want to talk more about how your organisation can innovative and benefit from the outcomes of emerging communication channels, please call Libby on +61 411 473 938.
The Rathbone Family, Mount Langi Ghiran and the 14 Degrees Culinary Team have joined forces to host a charity auction cocktail party in memory of the late, great, winemaker Trevor Mast. Funds raised on the night will go The Lovell Foundation, an organisation dedicated to promoting residential facilities for people with younger onset dementia.
Wine buffs know Trevor as the former owner and winemaker at Mount Langi Ghiran in Victoria’s Grampians. Trevor was a pioneer of winemaking in the Grampians and to tens-of-thousands of wine drinkers, he will forever be known as the creator of the iconic Mount Langi Ghiran Riesling and much lauded Mount Langi Ghiran Shiraz.
Gordon Gebbie, Commercial Director of the Rathbone Wine Group said sadly, Trevor passed away earlier this year with Alzheimer’s disease at the age of 63 after being diagnosed with the disease in 2006, at the age of 57.
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