$2.6M to support life changing creative projects

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Brooke Boland

'Game changing' projects to drive social change announced at Creative State Summit.

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Creative State Summit 2018. Photo: Chris Hopkins.
 
Minister for Creative Industries Martin Foley announced $2.6 million at the 2018 Creative State Summit to support 'game changing' projects that showcase the role creativity can play in driving social change.

The Future Makers for Change program is an initiative of the Victorian Government’s Creative State strategy designed to support creative projects that complement government efforts in areas including family violence, gender equality, social cohesion and mental health. 

About the author

Brooke Boland is a Melbourne-based freelance writer.