NAVA Advocacy Program: Vodcasts

Leading up to Arts Day on the Hill, we are hosting weekly advocacy workshops online, every Wednesday 4:00-5:30pm AEST, 22 April - 19 August 2020.

NAVA Advocacy Program: Weekly Workshops Online

Online art advocacy workshop every Wednesday 4:00-5:30pm AEST, 22 April - 19 August 2020.

Week 16: Q&A with Esther: Let’s get ready

Arts Day on the Hill is next week! Let’s work out our plan to achieve a huge impact from wherever we are, recorded 5 August 2020.

Week 15: How to plan a meeting with a politician

Esther Anatolitis in conversation with Helen O’Neil, Chair, Performing Arts Connections Australia and former adviser to Labor arts ministers, recorded 29 July 2020.

Week 14: Insights from the inside

Esther Anatolitis in conversation with Mark Textor, Director, Crosby Textor, political campaign strategists who have won numerous elections for the Liberal Party in Australia and the Conservative Party in the UK, recorded 22 July 2020.

Week 13: Political engagement

Esther Anatolitis with Nicholas Pickard, Executive Director, Public Affairs, APRA AMCOS; Chair, Australian Society of Authors; former adviser to state and federal Labor arts ministers, recorded 15 July 2020.

Week 12: Q&A with a politician: How to engage with the public

Esther Anatolitis in conversation with Adam Bandt MP: Co-Chair, Parliamentary Friendship Group for Contemporary Arts & Culture.

Week 11: How to be a media spokesperson

Esther Anatolitis with Abdul Abdullah, artist, and Jane Morey, publicist, who in late 2019 joined forces to defend Abdul’s work from political attack, recorded 1 July 2020.

Week 10: Newsroom: media analysis

Esther Anatolitis in conversation with George Megalogenis, journalist, political commentator and author.

Week 9: Media engagement

Esther Anatolitis in conversation with Michaela Boland, arts journalist, ABC, formerly the Australian.

Week 8: Q&A with a politician: How to influence cultural policy

Esther Anatolitis in conversation with Maria Vamvakinou MP, Co-Chair, Parliamentary Friendship Group for Contemporary Arts & Culture

Week 7: Achieving policy goals from an invisible portfolio

Esther Anatolitis in conversation with Mike Mrdak AO: former Secretary, former Department of Communications and the Arts

Week 6: Global comparisons: who’s doing this well?

Esther Anatolitis in conversation with Jackie Bailey, global cultural policy, research and evaluation specialist.

Week 5: Policy Literacy - Where do the arts sit?

Esther Anatolitis in conversation with John Daley, CEO of the Grattan Institute, Australia’s leading domestic policy think-tank.

Week 4: Q&A - How to advocate for the arts

Esther Anatolitis in conversation with John Alexander MP, Zoe McKenzie and Darren Rudd, recorded 13 May 2020.

Week 3: First Nations advocacy

Esther Anatolitis in conversation with Nadeena Dixon, Gadigal, Wiradjuri, Yuin artist based in Sydney and Wesley Enoch, Noonuccal Nuugi writer and director; Artistic Director, Sydney Festival; Member, NAVA Board; co-facilitator, weekly Australia Council First Nations.

Week 2: Recap Arts Day on the Hill 2019 and introduce NAVA advocacy framework

Esther Anatolitis in conversation with 2019 Arts Day on the Hill Advocates Gadigal, Wiradjuri, Yuin artist Nadeena Dixon, and Hobart-based artist Selena de Carvalho recorded 29 April 2020.

Week 1: Arts advocacy in a time of coronavirus

Esther Anatolitis with Alex Marsden, National Director, AMaGA and Anne Robertson, Member, National Public Galleries Alliance recorded 22 April 2020.