Arts and Culture

Get access to translated resources about the coronavirus, get support for people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, or keep informed about local arts and culture services in the region.

Arts

Shepparton Art Museum

SAM (Shepparton Art Museum) is now open to the public. A limit of 20 patrons applies, and you will be asked to supply your contact details for contact tracing purposes.  You can still also experience SAM online. Call SAM on (03) 5832 9861 for more details.

SAM website SAM Facebook Page

Kaiela Arts

Kaiela Arts is an Aboriginal art centre in Shepparton, currently closed to the public however the artists and staff are all busy at home, making art and preparing content to go online very soon, so that you can see, share and purchase newly created artworks from the comfort of your own home.

In the meantime, exhibitions are available on line for you to enjoy. Visit the Kaiela Arts website and Facebook Page for more information or call (03) 5821 9842.

Kaiela Arts website Kaiela Arts Facebook Page 

Church/Faith services

Church/Faith Services in Greater Shepparton

Visit Council's Community Group Directory for a full list of church and faith services in Greater Shepparton.  

Other

Kildonan Uniting Care

Kildonan Uniting Care provides support services to individuals and families from metropolitan Melbourne through to northern regional Victoria including Asylum Seeker Assistance, Complex Case Support, Diversity, Humanitarian Settlement Services, Money Minded, Reconnect Newly Arrived Youth Specialist Service, Settlment Grant Programs, Status Resolution Support and School Focused Youth Services.

Kildonan Uniting Care website

Translated Resources: Shepparton Foundation

Uniting Goulburn North East, in collaboration with Greater Shepparton Foundation, has produced 42 videos across seven different languages to help those clients who cant read or write in their own language. Access these videos via the links below.

عربى / Arabic   Tagalog / Filipino   داري / Dari   Kiswahili / Swahili   Thuɔŋjäŋ / Dinka / Denka / Jieng   ਪੰਜਾਬੀ / Punjabi   هزارگی / Hazaragi  

Translated Resources: Red Cross

Red Cross has developed COVID-19 information flyers in 18 languages to distribute to migrant and asylum seeker groups in the community. Red Cross is also preparing audio recordings to share with our network of stakeholders and with community members within migrant and asylum seeker communities via WhatsApp and Facebook Messenger. 

Red Cross website

Translated Resources: Ethnic Council of Shepparton and District

The Ethnic Council is offering limited services during COVID-19 restrictions. Please call us and make an appointment if you require assistance or need help. COVID-19 translated information for people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, health professionals and industry. Information includes factsheets, self-isolation guides, Stay at Home Guides and Treasury Factsheets - Jobkeeper Payments. -- 50 languages covered and are available on the Ethinc Council's website.

Ethnic Council website

Translated Resources: SBS on Demand

SBS-on-Demand has the “Coronavirus explained” via a video film in the following languages 

SBS website

Translated Resources: DHHS

State Government Victoria, Department of Health and Human Services have prepared translated resources about the coronavirus and tips to avoid the spread and lessen the change of contagion. 

DHHS website