NAVA at Find: Public Art Summit

NAVA joins two-day program to discuss good practice frameworks within
public art as part of the Regional Arts Services Network Find: Public Arts Summit in Bundaberg, 22 and 23 February 2024.

The National Association for the Visual Arts (NAVA) Queensland Professional Development Coordinator Robyn Fernandez, along with Stephanie Parkin from Parallax Legal will be discussing good practice frameworks around public art.

The workshop style presentation will walk through the Code of Practice for Visual Arts, Craft and Design covering public art good practice approaches to working relationships, working with First Nation artists, ethical standards of access and inclusion, IP and copyright and payment rates for artists and arts workers.

This resource, endorsed by the Australian Government as part of the National Cultural Policy – Revive: a place for every story, a story for every place, sets out equitable and self-reflective standards for the professional Australia contemporary arts sector.

About the Regional Arts Services Network (RASN) – CQ University, Find: Public Arts Summit

The Regional Arts Services Network is an initiative of the Queensland Government through Arts Queensland. CQUniversity is serving as the Central Queensland Catchment Three RASN provider from 2022 -2025.

Across a jam-packed two-day program of guest speakers, you will have the opportunity to hear direct from artists who specialise in creating art for public spaces as well as representatives from leading arts organisations.

The summit program will include:

  • Two days of information packed sessions, presentations, and conversation panels.
  • 20 + speakers.
  • Hands on art activities.
  • Networking opportunities.
  • VIP reception at Bundaberg Regional Art Gallery.

Time 9.30 am – 4.00pm

Date 22 + 23 February 2024

Location CQUniversity, Building 5, 6 University Drive, Bundaberg QLD 4670

NAVA is supported by the Queensland Government through Arts Queensland.

NAVA pays respects to Traditional Custodians of the land where this event will be held. We acknowledge their continuing connection to land, their stories, artistic practices and knowledge systems that are shared here as they have been for over 60,000 years. Sovereignty has not been ceded.