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Creative Learning

Our Creative Learning program aims to encourage young people’s participation in the arts through accessible arts learning opportunities and provides resources for educators.

2024 On The Road Program

Our On The Road programs take performances and workshops to schools and communities in both metropolitan…

2024 On Call & Online Program

Our On Call and Online program features workshops and performances available throughout the year, delivered both in…

Future Reset – Gippsland

A Vic Health initiative, Future Reset: Young People, Arts and Mental Wellbeing will engage nine organisations to create events, installations and other creative projects across 2023 and 2024 to enhance mental wellbeing through art and creativity – with young regional creatives leading the way!

Program Overview

Do you want to bring engaging and educational creative experiences to your students? Looking for…

Parallel Wilds

Parallel Wilds is a short residency program designed by Northeast Victorian artist Craig Dent to engage students in years 4-5 from Carragarmungee and Milawa primary schools across Term Two, 2023.

Teacher Resources

Here you will find teacher resources developed specifically to accompany performances and workshops that take…

Subsidies Available

Regional Arts Victoria’s Creative Learning program provides significant discounts off the base fee for eligible…

Put Your School on the Map!

Spanning Mallacoota to Murrayville and Heywood to Corryong, our Creative Learning program has reached every…

The 2024 Joan & Betty Rayner ACTF Fellowship

The Trustees of the Australian Children’s Theatre Foundation (ACTF) and Regional Arts Victoria are delighted…

The Australian Children’s Theatre Foundation

The Australian Children’s Theatre was created by sisters Joan and Betty Rayner in 1948. Joan and…

Our 2023 Creative Learning program is proudly supported by:

Creative Learning Team

Pippin Davies, Senior Manager, Creative Learning

Country: Wurundjeri | Pronouns: She/Her

Pippin is an experienced arts manager with a background in arts in education, programming and program development. Growing up in regional Victoria, Pippin was lucky enough to experience the value of the arts and its ability to open new perspectives, build lifelong skills and strengthen communities. She’s passionate about young people’s access to the arts. With a Bachelor of Contemporary Arts, Pippin has worked as freelance performer, coach, managed a community circus space and coordinated programs at Circus Oz before joining the team at Regional Arts Victoria. Pippin leads the Creative Learning team to develop and deliver programs with and for young people. She also enjoys teaching and practicing Yoga.

Nova Whineray, Creative Learning Coordinator

Country: Wurundjeri

Nova has extensive administrative experience and passion in delivering arts and education programs to schools throughout Victoria. Before joining the team at Regional Arts Victoria, she supported the Education and Programming teams at Orchestra Victoria, the National Gallery of Victoria, and most recently supported the Curator at the Australian Catholic University. With a background in dance and visual performance, she was choreographer and producer of Rock Eisteddfod Challenge productions for secondary and primary schools. Nova grew up in Tokyo, Japan and currently lives in the beautiful Macedon Ranges.

Stephanie Clark, Future Reset Coordinator

Country: Wurundjeri | Pronouns: She/Her

Growing up in West Gippsland, Stephanie experienced first hand the impact that art has in a small town. She was given opportunities to learn, create, grow and develop which led to her own theatre company at 18 years of age, and multiple original plays to have been produced. Stephanie feels exceptionally passionate about assisting, supporting and building up the lives of young people, and incredibly grateful that it’s to do with art. With a Bachelor of Arts (Drama), Stephanie has been working with a performing arts school as Teacher/Assist Manager/Production Manager hybrid for over eight years now. Stephanie is excited to be taking on the role of Coordinating the Future Reset Program and feels incredibly lucky to be joining the RAV team.

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