SEPTEMBER: Heritage Today

What makes 'heritage' relevant in today's digital world?
How do we ensure the sustainability of community-run museums in the future?
How do we get the communities involved?

ADOL September


Tuesday, 14 Sept 2021





The Centre Beaudesert and ONLINE



FREE but registration required 




Online, at the Box Office in person or by phone (07) 5540 5050

during office hours: Tues - Fri | 10am - 4pm

We have a panel of interesting speakers (see below). The second half of the session will host a Kitchen Table Conversation (PDF 1.29MB) which is a part of the Scenic Rim Regional Council's Community and Culture strategy. This event that will be facilitated by Bronwyn Davies (SRRC).

Kerrie Gambley from Haystack Mountain Hermits.

This music group was a finalist in the Australian Folk Music Award, who recently received RADF funding for a project celebrating the Light Horse called the Horses Stayed Behind.

Kerrie Gambley

Leisha Walker is a Training & Professional Development Program Officer at Museums & Galleries Queensland. 

She has 15 years’ experience working in the cultural sector and has a degree in Arts and Cultural Management. Leisha works with museums and galleries across Queensland to help them find the right funding sources for their projects and providing tips and guidance for their grant applications.

Leisha Walker

Ailsa Rolley is from the Scenic Rim Writers Group and she will talk about their publications (War Stories and Our Towns, The Word on the Streets, and Mystery, Murder & Mayhem) and the creative writing process and heritage implications.

The SR Writers Group meets monthly to work on community writing projects that explore the history, tall tales and true, of the Scenic Rim.  They are about to launch their latest book Mystery Murder and Mayhem.

Ailsa Rolley

Mark Paddick

Mark is an artist and works at the Scenic Rim Regional Council as the Cultural Officer (Heritage).

Mark Paddick

Scenic Rim Regional Council in conjunction with the Regional Arts Service Network for South West Queensland is delivering the Arts Dinners Live & ONLINE South West Queensland program.


Queensland Government

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