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Youth arts - why we should care what young people think

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Wednesday, 11 September 2019 from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm (AEST)

Youth arts - why we should care what young people think

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Companion Card Ticket 11/09/2019 Free $0.00

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This quick style insight conversation will focus on the developing role and growth of youth committees and young people’s advisory groups within our arts and cultural organisations. What kinds of expertise do young people bring – as creative producers or advisors? What is their impact and how is the practice of our arts organisations responding to their contribution? How are young people being reached, communicated with and included in the arts beyond being sought as audience members? What does the arts sector look like to newcomers and what are some of the barriers to their involvement?

Hear from a panel of young people and youth arts workers about their experiences and advice on where organisations should start if they haven’t already.

Panel
• Lucy Achhorner (MCA Young Creatives – Youth Committee and Young Guide)
• Emily Buxton (ATYP)
• Madelaine De Leon (Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre Youth)
• Carlee Heise (Young Leader, Shopfront Arts Co-Op)
• Em Lienert (MCA Young Creatives – Youth Committee and Young Guide)
• Daisy Millpark (ATYP)
• Stephanie Nguy (Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre Youth)
• Liliana Occhiut (New Age Noise Collective, Information and Cultural Exchange)
• Jessica Paraha, (New Age Noise Collective, Information and Cultural Exchange)
• Daniel Potter (Executive Director/CEO, Shopfront Arts Co-Op)
• Hayden Walsh (Producer of Indigenous Programs, Sydney Living Museums)
• Representatives from CPAC Youth at Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre, ATYP and to be announced.

Moderator & Co-Producer
Jo Higgins (Young Creatives Coordinator, Museum of Contemporary Art Australia)


This seminar is a partnership between SAMAG and the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia. Co-produced by Sophie Harrington (SAMAG) and Jo Higgins (Museum of Contemporary Art Australia).

Image description: Bright, multi-coloured confetti falls against a blue background. Photo by Jason Leung on Unsplash.

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Museum of Contemporary Art Australia
140 George St
The Rocks, NSW 2000
Australia

Wednesday, 11 September 2019 from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm (AEST)


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