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In response to the impacts of COVID-19, the Public Galleries Association of Victoria (PGAV) and Australian Festival Association (AFA) have come together to present an overview of Victoria’s visitor economy as it stands now. Public art galleries and festivals are operating in a new environment with unprecedented opportunities to work with regional partners, collaborate across industries, leverage local strategies, and attract Victorian and interstate visitors. Learn about plans for the visitor economy in outer-Melbourne and Victoria’s regions.
Penny Guadagnuolo Director, Recovery and Reform, Department of Jobs, Precincts and Regions
Paul Matthews Head of Regional Tourism and Strategy, Visit Victoria
Richard Ponsford Executive Officer, Western Melbourne Tourism
Francesca Valmorbida PGAV Program Manager, Building Back Better
Victorian Tourism - New Ways to Build Back Better is presented in collaboration with the Australian Festival Association (AFA).
Building Back Better is presented by the Public Galleries Association of Victoria (PGAV) and is supported by the Victorian Government through Creative Victoria.
Forum participants may change due to the impacts of COVID-19 on presenter schedules.
All sessions will be recorded and made available on the PGAV website.
Image: 2017 Archibald Prize installation view, Geelong Gallery, 2017, work by Mitch Cairns. Photographer: Hails & Shine.
Victorian Tourism - New Ways to Build Back Better
Date: Wednesday 3 March 2021
Time: 11.00am - 12.30pm
The Public Galleries Association of Victoria (PGAV) acknowledges the Wurundjeri Woi-Wurrung people of the Kulin Nation as the Traditional Owners of the lands where our office is located, and all Traditional Owners of country throughout Victoria and Australia. We recognise Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people’s enduring traditions and continuing creative cultures. We pay our respect to Elders past, present and emerging.