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The second edition of the Producers Toolkit will focus on deeper understandings of place and environment in creative pratice, with Douglas A. Amarfio and Rosanna Stevens.
Producers Toolkit is a series of 6 weekly conversational workshops about contemporary concerns of producing creative projects both locally and nationally. A unique professional development opportunity focusing on curation and programming, marketing and arts communication, audience development, diversity and inclusion, place-making and environmental practice and innovative partnerships. Each week, we will welcome renowned provocateurs to offer their unique perspectives, engaging you in thinking about how your creative production practice can be shaped by the urgent contemporary issues we face in the Arts.
Session 3, 24 October: Camilo Potocnjak Oxman and Vincent Ward from STIR on innovation and entreprenurlism in the Arts
Session 4, 31 October: Simon Abrahams, Creative Director and CEO of Melbourne Fringe Festival on cultural democracy
Session 5, 7 November: Esther Gyorki, Program Administrator, Australian Cultural Fund: on the ACF and innovative funding models
Session 6, 14 November: Suzie Campbell, Marketing and Sponsorship Manager at the National Portrait Gallery and Jess Oliver, Marketing Manager at Ainslie + Gorman Arts Centres on communicating the Arts
What is the refund policy?
Refunds may be issued prior to the event at the discretion of the organiser. No refunds will be issued after the event has taken place, unless required by applicable consumer legislation.
Can I pre-book without paying a booking fee?
If you wish to avoid booking fees but would still like to book ahead, please call the Ainslie and Gorman Main Office on 02 6182 0000 to book over the phone using your credit or debit card. The office is open 9am - 5pm, Monday - Friday. Unfortunately phone bookings cannot be made outside these hours.