National Youth Arts Summit | MAKE SPACE | Workshop selection

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Carclew

11 Jeffcott Street

North Adelaide, SA 5006

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Registered delegates are asked to select an option for Friday afternoon participation.

FRIDAY 13 SEPTEMBER

2:30pm Delegates can choose one of the following options:

OPTION 1: WORTH A THOUSAND PICTURES: LISTENING TO YOUR LOCAL SOUNDSCAPE
Jesse Budel, composer and sound artist
Head offsite for a full afternoon of collaborative immersive surround-sound. Embark on a soundscape tour of Jesse Budel’s work and journey to a young emerging artist. Later record sound and speech for a podcast on the significance of our local acoustic environments.
2:30pm - 4:30pm *off site *

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OPTION 2: Breakout Workshops
Delegates choose two of five breakout workshops to progress forward on pathways through practical application
2:30pm Breakout Workshop #1
3:15pm Afternoon tea
3:45pm Breakout Workshop #2

Breakout Workshop Topics:

HOW DO WE KNOW WHAT WE KNOW?
Meg Upton, Lecturer Arts Education, Deakin University
Josh Hoare, Artistic Director, Cirkidz
Accessing current quality research in the youth arts sector. Framing and positioning research effectively so it doesn’t get lost in the void.

BUILDING A NATIONAL POLICY FOR ARTS AND YOUNG PEOPLE IN AUSTRALIA
Katherine Quigley, Chief Executive Officer and Artistic Director, Backbone Youth Arts
Tricia Walton, Chief Executive, Carclew
A practical session to explore arguments and actionable steps toward integrating the arts and young people into a national policy framework to create a better future for young people and their cultural expression and participation.

SPOKEN WORD AND INTERCULTURAL AWARENESS
Manal Younus, freelance storyteller, writer/actor/producer, ActNow Theatre
Explore the power of spoken word and slam poetry. Creative writing exercises, games and performance techniques to use poetry as a unique form to explore identity, communicate ideas and develop young people’s own voices.

ART OF WELLBEING
Alexandra Frost, Clinical and Performance Psychologist /Director, Attuned Psychology
Wellbeing, resilience, mindfulness, duty of care, self-care. But what about the wellbeing of artists and arts workers? What is our responsibility to create safe spaces for our work and to prevent burnout?

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North Adelaide, SA 5006

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