1 Nov 2019

Sustainable arts practice: creativity and business

Sustainable arts practice: creativity and business

Friday 1 November: 3.15 pm for a 3.30 pm start to 5.30 pm, followed by networking drinks

General admission $15

Book by Wednesday 30 October

An arts forum presented by The Childers Group with support from the Cultural Facilities Corporation

Join Professor David Throsby and a panel of four local artists as they consider what a sustainable arts practice looks like.  The forum will explore the question: how do artists balance maintaining their creative focus with managing the business aspects of their arts practice?

David Throsby AO is a distinguished Professor of Economics at Macquarie University, internationally recognised for his research and writing on the economics of art and culture. The panel includes novelist Nigel Featherstone; theatre maker and musician Chrissie Shaw; contemporary Indigenous artist Krystal Hurst and dance artist and choreographer Alison Plevey. The forum will be moderated by CFC Board member Genevieve Jacobs.

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Sustainable arts practice: creativity and business

Friday 1 November: 3.15 pm for a 3.30 pm start to 5.30 pm, followed by networking drinks

General admission $15

Book by Wednesday 30 October