Creating Out Loud industry briefing

Online launch of a new small-group peer coaching program designed with and for the Australian arts and culture sector, 1-1.45pm AEST, 14 July via Zoom.

Responding to the devastation wrought by COVID-19, Creating Out Loud helps Australia’s arts and culture sector by

  • facilitating networking and knowledge-sharing,
  • promoting strategic conversations about key issues affecting the sector, and
  • building relationships of mutual support. 


Participants can join

  • a 6-week topic-based program, ideal for early and mid-career artists and arts managers, which addresses key issues facing the sector, or
  • a goal-focused program, ideal for experienced artists and arts executives, where participants bring their own questions or challenges to the session to receive feedback from their peers.


These self-facilitated programs can also be used in combination.


Creating Out Loud has been developed and tested with artists and arts managers around Australia over the past 18-months – and the response has been consistently positive across diverse art forms, locations, organisation types, and job descriptions.


To launch this new program, NAVA is hosting an online industry briefing with Dr Kate Power 

1.00-1.45pm AEST 

Thursday 14 July 2022

Research participants

Poto of Dr Kate Power, she has should length hair, is wearing red framed glasses, a red necklace and black shirt. She is smiling with her head tilted. She is holding a pen and looking at someone in the foreground.

Led by Dr Kate Power from The University of Queensland, this research involved active participation by three lead Industry Partners: Queensland Ballet, La Boite Theatre, and Theatre Network Australia.

Further arts sector input came from an Industry Reference Group, comprising Queensland BalletLa Boite TheatreTheatre Network AustraliaNational Association for the Visual Arts (NAVA), Blakdance, and Arts Nexus.

This research was supported by the Queensland Minister for State Development, Tourism and Innovation under the Advance Queensland Industry Research Fellowship program.

This event will be Auslan interpreted and have live closed captioning.

If you have access requirements, please advise NAVA when registering. They may need 72 hours notice to accommodate your requirements. Please take this into account when registering.

For more information or to specify any access requirements to participate in this event, please contact nava@visualarts.net.au

NAVA acknowledges and pays respects to the rightful custodians of the many First Nations Lands upon which this online event will be streamed and received. We recognise all Custodians of Country throughout all lands, waters and territories. We pay our respects to the Elders past, present and emerging. Sovereignty was never ceded.