Donnalyn Xu

NAVA - Tips and Tricks Workshop at the USU: Festival of Creativity

Verge Gallery, 2-3pm AEST on Thursday 21 September 2023. 

USU: Creative Fair

Visit the NAVA stall at the Refectory, Holme Building (A09), 4-8pm AEST on Thursday 21 September 2023.

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2024 - 2025 Creative and Cultural Development Fund

The Creative and Cultural Development Fund supports arts groups, organisations and professional artists in the provision of a broad range of arts opportunities and activities that significantly benefit Casey residents.

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(re)situate Biennale Delegates Program

The (re)situate Biennale Delegates Program is a professional development opportunity for early career individuals working in the visual arts industry (producers, technicians, writers, curators, artists, project managers) who are based in Australia or Aotearoa (New Zealand). 

Equity in Arts Opportunities

To address inequities within the sector – such as gender, race and access – it is necessary to implement practical steps to support equitable application and selection processes. 

Exhibition: Kin

In KIN, we explore all these quiet things said out loud — of buried histories, family dinners, of growing older and passing.

Payment & Pricing with NAVA

Webinar hosted by Flying Arts and presented by NAVA that explains the standards for artist fees and wages in the new Code of Practice, 12-1pm AEST 20 July 2023.

Dr. Bronwyn Bancroft

Bundjalung woman Dr. Bronwyn Bancroft is an artist, activist, mentor, and writer.

Supporting Racial Equity in the Arts

The new Racial Equity and Representation section in the Code of Practice demonstrates different ways in which issues of racial equity might be present, and the responsibilities of organisations and artists in addressing them.

Sasha Hill

Sasha Hill is a Yamatji/Noongar artist whose practice includes painting, jewellery and weaving. 

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NewAccess for Small Business Owners

Beyond Blue’s NewAccess for Small Business Owners is a guided self-help mental health coaching program. It’s free, confidential and convenient. Available nationally by phone or video call, no GP referral is required. 

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Environmental Sustainability Toolkit for the NSW Arts & Cultural Sector

This comprehensive resource investigates ways to integrate environmental best practice into arts and cultural organisations’ strategic planning, operations and artistic programming, focusing on public museums and galleries.

Jayanto Tan

Jayanto Tan explores hidden cultural and self-identity through performance and installation using found objects, ceramic sculptures and authentic food.

NAVA Code of Practice: An ethical framework for working with First Nations artists and communities

The newly-added First Nations section in NAVA’s revised Code of Practice offers a critical ethical framework for implementing industry good practice.

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Toolkit on Environmental Sustainability in the Museum Practice

CIMAM's Toolkit aims to help contemporary art museum professionals start implementing the necessary changes to become carbon neutral.