Artists' Rights, Artists' Voice

Industry Webinar Lecture presented by Esther Anatolitis as part of University of Melbourne Faculty of Fine Arts and Music's Future Forward Symposium, 2-3pm AEST, Thursday 30 July 2020.

Image: Esther Anatolitis. Photo by Maja Baska.

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Now more than ever we need an arts community that is supportive and supported. Join Esther Anatolitis in an examination on the current state of the arts and  the importance of the arts community. Hear from Esther's extensive industry experience and learn more about NAVA Membership, sector best practice, and public advocacy. An important discussion for all artists!

Esther Anatolitis is a writer and facilitator and one of Australia’s leading advocates for arts and culture. Her practice rigorously integrates professional and artistic modes of working to create collaborations, projects and workplaces that promote a critical reflection on practice. Esther is Executive Director of NAVA, where she is currently presenting the 2020 Advocacy Program, Deputy Chair of Contemporary Arts Precincts, who have recently opened Collingwood Yards, and a former board member of ACMI, Elbow Room, the Arts Industry Council (Victoria) and Regional Arts Australia. In 2020 Esther was appointed Honorary Associate Professor at RMIT School of Art, and she is also a Member of AICA Australia.