Location Livestream via Facebook + YouTube
Livestream via Facebook + YouTube
Health promotion, community, local government and settlement service workers in Greater Shepparton – you are invited to gather with colleagues, bring a healthy lunch, and take a deep dive into the Shepparton Culture Kitchen project!
This special lunchtime livestream watch party will be a unique opportunity to connect and converse with some amazing local women and creatives of colour, who have drawn on their own stories, cultural heritages and lived experiences, to bring new perspectives on what healthy eating is all about – definitely more than just what you eat!
They will interweave discussion with showings of digital stories and health promotion messages they have created – exciting new health promotion resources that offer new discourse around health equity and new responses for better health outcomes.
The session will also offer local insights into how cross sectoral partnerships, the arts and community self-determined approaches can provide transformative and creative new solutions to stubborn health challenges.
“A healthy food culture includes a large mix of different cultures and traditions and foods that are created with love and shared with others”
-Agoness Kuol, Community Creative
To watch the live stream and join the conversation on Facebook:
Please like and follow MAV on Facebook, and you will be notified when the live stream starts on Facebook. Or you can visit our Facebook page on 12 May at 12pm.
To watch the live stream join the conversation on YouTube:
Please visit MAV’s YouTube channel on 12 May at 12pm.
Produced by MAV, Greater Shepparton City Council and Point of Difference Studio, the Shepparton Culture Kitchen project is one of 5 initiatives supported through VicHealth’s Art of Good Health program. Drawing on Shepparton’s identity as Victoria’s ‘food bowl’ and its most culturally diverse regional town, Shepparton Culture Kitchen is a significant arts initiative centreing the voices of local women of colour, to build a future in which we are connected through empowering, healthy and sustainable food cultures.