NAVA in partnership with Moreton Bay Regional Council and Generate Festival present:
Sustainability of practice, a participatory forum which brings together artists and industry professionals to explore opportunities for artists to build long term and sustainable creative practices. Through a program of conversations and talks participants will discuss methodologies for artists to develop greater resilience, collaborate together and agitate for change across the Australian arts and cultural sector.
This special half day forum will take place in two parts:
Industry forum: 11.00am - 12.30pm
Leading independent artists and industry professionals will present a discussion of ideas, industry trends and opportunities for artists to strengthen their practice, reflecting on their own experience. The speakers will also explore current issues facing the sector and share their ideas for building a stronger future for artists across Australia.
Lunch and informal networking: 12.30 - 1.00pm
Participants will be provided with lunch and entertainment at the Caboolture Hub space.
Participatory forum: 1.00pm - 2.00pm
Through a facilitated and participatory conversation with the guest speakers, participants will be invited to discuss their own experiences, share their knowledge and identify opportunities for change.
Free, all welcome
Friday 29 June 2018, 11.00am - 2.00pm
Caboolture Regional Art Gallery, 4 Hasking St, Caboolture
This event is presented in partnership with Generate Festival:
Held at Caboolture Town Square; the Moreton Bay Region's creative hub, the inaugural Generate Festival will feature immersive light installations and light shows, outdoor galleries, pop-up laneways, art installations, music, and street performers.
Stay on after the forum to enjoy the Festival, more information about the Festival program please visit Generate Festival
This program is proudly presented by the NAVA and Moreton Bay Regional Council with support from Arts Queensland. The Regional Arts Development Fund is a partnership between the Queensland Government and Moreton Bay Regional Council to support local arts and culture in regional Queensland.