NAVA offers a range of benefits designed to keep organisations and arts workers connected with the arts community.


Bar Talk

Bar talk

The first of a new series of events designed specifically for NAVA’s organisation members, offering an opportunity for industry peers to share skills, network and build partnership.

  • David Broker - Director, Canberra Contemporary Art Space
  • Deborah Ely - CEO, Bundanon Trust
  • Richard Perram OAM - Director, Bathurst Regional Art Gallery
  • Facilitated by: Deborah Clark - Senior Curator, Visual Arts, Canberra Museum and Gallery

3-6pm Thursday 10th November 2016
Hotel-Hotel, NewActon Nishi, 25 Edinburgh Ave, Canberra, ACT

Jess Scully is a curator, policy thinker, festival director and media producer. In this video, Jess chats to NAVA about developing a career in the arts.

In this video, creative producer and artist, Karen Therese, chats to NAVA about working with communities and across artistic disciplines.

'Is arts advocacy working? What roles can/do individuals and organisations play?' This panel discussion featuring Vernon Ah Kee, Elizabeth Ann Macgregor OBE and Kelli McCluskey, with Dr Pippa Dickson as facilitator, was recorded at NAVA's Future/Forward summit on Friday 7 November 2014 at Carriageworks, NSW.


Benefits for Organisations

Organisation Membership

NAVA Organisation Membership offers three Premium Membership accounts for your organisation's staff with access to exclusive resources and guides for arts organisations. Each year, NAVA hosts two professional development events for organisational members. These events are an opportunity to meet industry peers and key thinkers from around Australia, to gain greater skills in dealing with the kinds of challenges we face working in our industry.