Free

Resilience: Carving careers in the Arts and Humanities

Event Information

Share this event

Date and Time

Location

Location

Minor Works Building

22 Stamford Ct

Adelaide, SA 5000

Australia

View Map

Event description

Description

The Council for the Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences (CHASS) is collaborating with Laboratory Adelaide: The Value of Culture to run a two-day program of events in Adelaide.

On Thursday 1 March, we will host a day of information sharing for early career professionals in both academia and the Arts sector. These two groups of people face some similar (and some very different) challenges and scenarios and share some similar perspectives, and would benefit from networking and discussion. Perhaps primarily, both groups face precarious employment opportunities. We take the point that the concept of resilience can be seen as a response from the neoliberal world order to put back on individuals responsibility for solving systemic problems; however, it is also a term that unifies a set of strategies for combatting systemic adversity without burning out.

This free event will present participants with the opportunity to meet representatives from the Arts sector, explore current issues, participate in discussions around best practice related to research outcomes, and foster collaborations.

Sessions:

  • Managing your Career

  • Funding Opportunities

  • Peer-mentoring

  • Cultural Data and Ethics

Confirmed speakers: Christie Anthoney (Festivals Adelaide), Professor Julian Meyrick (Flinders University), Jane MacFarlane (The Helpmann Academy), Vicki Sowry (ANAT: Australian Network for Art and Technology), Megan Rainey (Guildhouse), Dr Mark Taylor (The University of Sheffield), Dr Tully Barnett (Flinders University) and Dr Jane Mummery (Federation University).

Program: A detailed program will be provided here soon.

A working lunch will be provided.

Registrations are compulsory to determine catering requirements.

This ECR event is part of a Summit on the Value of Culture. Other related events are:

Thursday 1 March | 6pm - 8 pm | Public Panel | Media Resource Centre 13 Morphett St, Adelaide

A Strongly-Worded Letter to Arts Ministers: Three Perspectives on Reclaiming Critique for Cultural Production and Provision -- Julianne Schultz, Justin O'Connor and Julian Meyrick
Plus the launch of Julian Meyrick's book Australian Theatre after the New Wave, followed by drinks and nibbles.

2 March, 9am - 5pm: When did Value Become a Number? A Summit on Culture’s Value

To book tickets for the above, click here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/when-did-value-become-a-number-a-summit-on-cultures-value-tickets-43153944610

FAQs

Where is the venue located?

The Minor Works Building is located just off of Stamford Court between Sturt Street and Wright Street and sits within the new Ergo Apartments development.

Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?

No, as long as you have a copy on your phone/laptop.

Is my registration ticket transferrable?

Yes. However, you will need to give us at least 48 hours notice.

Is it ok if the name on my ticket or registration doesn't match the person who attends?

Yes. However, we will be printing a partcipant list (with contact details) and will not be able to update the list on the day.

Share with friends

Date and Time

Location

Minor Works Building

22 Stamford Ct

Adelaide, SA 5000

Australia

View Map

Save This Event

Event Saved