Showcasing talented film makers in a short film festival, screen seeds brings together Great Southern creatives with a hugely diverse array of short films in Albany. This event is free - but bookings are essential.
Creative Albany is delighted to welcome Leon Delpech as the design and innovation Great Southern (D!GS) coordinator. Leon is already busy building creative connections, organizing events, creating new pathways in innovation and developing a work plan to help build a strong culture of innovation, creativity and collaboration in the Great Southern.
Leon is supported by an Executive Committee of local professionals who are committed to helping to drive innovation and creativity. Together they are working towards creating a hub of energy and opportunity for new ideas in the Great Southern. We invite you to join us on this journey as we celebrate and strengthen the Great Southern's culture of innovation and creativity.
Email Leon at
to learn more about the project, to become involved, and to go on the contact list for upcoming events.
Many of you already attend our regular D!GS networking events, and we look forward to welcoming even more Great Southern designers, ideas people and organisations to join with us in building
a network of opportunity and collaboration.
We hope to see you soon!
Creative Albany would like to acknowledge seed funding of the D!GS project through
the State Government’s Regional New Industries Fund (RNIF)
and thank our MOU partners;
the Albany Enterprise Group (which manages the Albany Business Centre)
and Regional Development Australia - Great Southern.
Creative Albany Inc. is delighted to receive news that the funding committed at the last election by the State Government for an innovation hub has been approved.