The Bunbury Regional Entertainment Centre recently announced the renewal of its long-term partnership with Scope Business Imaging as the centre's new Education Partner.
The new partnership will provide vital financial support to BREC and its team to deliver its comprehensive annual Education Program.
Scope Business Imaging regional sales and service manager Brad Morgan said the company was looking forward to extending the partnership and were proud to provide support to the local arts community and support the centre's education program.
"We understand the importance of holistic education for our children, who will be the leaders and the innovators of the future," he said.
"And what better way to support their growth than by partnering with an award-winning performing arts organisation like BREC."
BREC's executive director Fiona de Garis said they were pleased to welcome Scope Business Imaging back as their new education partner.
"Their focus on quality and responsive relationships with their clients strongly aligns with BREC's values and makes them a perfect fit as our Education Partner," she said.
"Their support will enable more than 2,500 young people to experience the transformative power of live performance, sparking their imaginations and exploring critical thinking and big ideas.
"Through deepening our connection with the local business community we can achieve more.
"I believe it's important all businesses in the region work together, collaborate and find new ways to engage, as we collectively grow our local community."
Designed for students from pre-primary to Year 12, BREC's Education Program will include an annual season of shows and creative workshops curated to support the curriculum and to give students' access to a range of new and engaging live performances including theatre and circus, music and dance.
The partnership will also support BREC's new initiative to support local teachers through a series of free professional learning workshops leveraging the expertise of world class touring artists when they visit Bunbury.