Tapping into Cultural Tourism Webinar Series

Tapping into Cultural Tourism Webinar Series

By |2023-11-06T09:38:08+10:00September 8th, 2021|Current Projects, Resources|

August – October 2021

CQRASN presents:

Tappping into Cultural Tourism 

In a five part series of informative online lunchtimes sessions Creative Business Champion Sharee Bauld will be unpacking the latest trends on regional tourism and ways in which regional galleries and creative spaces can add value to create improved revenue streams and greater sustainability.

If you want to learn how to provide unique experiences, increase your visitor numbers and your venue’s income through the various touch points, these webinars ire the first crucial step in the process. Sharee will also be providing insights into why data is THE essential ingredient to growth.


Sharee is a tourism industry professional with 25+ years’ experience in the field, both in Australia and overseas. She is currently a Creative Business Champion with the Regional Arts Services Network. She has spent most of her career in developing countries working with international development agencies in almost every aspect of tourism – transportation, education, arts, culture and heritage, environment, agriculture, hospitality, IT and the travel trade – from the grassroots to the Ministerial and multilateral levels, with both the public and private sectors.

In the arts culture space, she has worked to support the revival and reinvigoration of traditional crafts and art forms in a number of post-war countries, in an effort to overcome the subsequent loss of ancient arts, traditions and cultural heritage. She has worked with business and organisations to design and apply the principles of Fair Trade, worked with artisans and arts and cultural organisations to improve their market access, and provided support for those working in the sector to sustain themselves.

She has also worked with First Nations people in Cape York Peninsula, at the non-government and local government level, initially managing a Commonwealth-funded tourism project and then providing support and advice for Traditional Owners to achieve aspirations on-country for economic and tourism development.

Sharee is driven by connecting people, communities, industries, and sectors as a means to achieving impact and sustainability for all. In her spare time, she doesn’t enjoy working on her longsuffering PhD in tourism and can be found running around a hockey field in the town of Moranbah.

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