Kindred Kollective

Kindred Kollective: Empowering Regional Youth through Creativity

Kindred Kollective is proudly funded by the NSW Government under the Our Region, Our Voice – Regional Youth Investment Project. This initiative is dedicated to delivering tailored investments and local projects that enhance the lives and wellbeing of regional youth, supporting them to thrive within their local communities and live their best lives.

The Kindred Kollective Project caters to individuals aged 12 to 24 across the Eurobodalla & Bega Valley Shires. Our mission is to provide a dynamic platform for growth, empowerment, and self-expression. Through a diverse range of opportunities, we aim to foster creativity, vocational and personal development as well as community connection.

Kindred Kollective: Empowering Regional Youth through Creativity

Kindred Kollective presents a wide array of opportunities that empower our youth:

  • Theatre & Performance Skills: Unleash your inner artist and explore the captivating world of theatre and performance.
  • Work Experience: Gain practical insights into the creative industry, building valuable skills for your future.
  • Mentoring: Benefit from the guidance and wisdom of experienced professionals who have walked a similar path.
  • Film Making: Dive into the realm of filmmaking, learning the art of visual storytelling from experts.
  • Paid Internships: Get hands-on experience and earn while learning through our paid internship opportunities.

The Kindred Kollective Project is led by The Family Place and supported by the passionate Campbell Page Youth team. We are also partnering with local artists, film-makers, and organisations to facilitate our diverse workshops and activities. This collaborative effort ensures a rich and engaging experience for all participants and community. From September 2023 to April 2025, we’re excited to offer a series of 8 workshops delivered in flexible formats. Whether it’s school holidays or after school/business hours, we’ve got you covered. These workshops will encompass both theatre and performance, as well as the captivating world of film making.

Kindred Kollective aims to:

  • Boost skills and confidence in theatre, backstage elements, and film.
  • Improve overall wellbeing and foster a sense of belonging.
  • Strengthen connections within the community.
  • Enhance self-awareness and empathy.
  • Develop leadership skills and effective communication.
  • Provide a safe space for artistic exploration.

We’re committed to making Kindred Kollective accessible to all. Our workshops are free of charge, and all locations are wheelchair accessible. We welcome support workers and ensure trauma-informed activities that are inclusive and adaptable to individual abilities and comfort levels.

We invite all young individuals aged 12 to 24 residing in the Eurobodalla & Bega Valley to be a part of Kindred Kollective. Let’s embark on a transformative journey together, embracing creativity, personal growth, and community connections. If you are a film maker, musician or local artist of any medium we would love to work with you and encourage anyone interested in being involved in the Kindred Kollective project to get in touch.

Stay up to date on the Kindred Kollective project by signing up to The Family Place newsletter and following us on social media. For more information and to apply, visit:

The Family Place
Campbell Page
NSW Government
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