Banyule's series of professional development opportunities for artists.
Banyule's professional development series is presented by Pinpoint - Banyule's Creative Map.
Focusing on both the conceptual and the practical – with workshops and forums delivered by industry, peer and specialist practitioners – this series provides valuable support to Banyule's creative community in developing and maintaining a professional practice.
Bookings now open for Pinpoint Professional Development - Event Management Workshop
When: Saturday 15 June 2019, 10.30am - 12.30pm
Where: Banyule City Council, Level 4, 1 Filntoff Street, Greensborough 3088 (above WaterMarc)
If you are thinking about producing any type of arts event, from concerts to exhibitions to festivals, then this workshop is for you!
No matter what size or type of event you are planning, there are some basics that you’ll need to know to ensure you can deliver a safe and well-managed event. This session will help you know where to start with your event planning, what to look out for, and where to go for further information.
The workshop will run for two hours, with plenty of time for questions. Dr Clare Lade from Latrobe University will present on the basics of planning and producing events, and representatives from Banyule City Council will cover the Council’s event permit application process.
For more information please contact Nikki Ralston, Arts and Cultural Development Officer: email@example.com
This is a FREE event, but bookings are essential as places are limited BOOK HERE
Previous professional development sessions include:
Creative Practice or Creative Business? (with Selene Bateman, Auspicious Arts Projects and Lisette Sherlock, Senior Risk / OH&S Officer)
Making Ephemeral Art (with Fiona Hillary, Lecturer, Master of Arts - Art in Public Space RMIT)
Tax for artists (with Ewan Lowenstein, Director at Lowensteins Arts Management)
Exhibition Installation (With Stephanie Neoh, Art Curator and Joseph Dawson, Art Technician)
Writing for Artists (With Christina Lew, PR consultant and freelance writer/blogger and Jessica Velasquez, director and founder of CANVAS & CO)
Collaborative Practice Forum (With Andy Miller, General Manager at Multicultural Arts Victoria, and Margaret Young, President at Thou Art Mum)
Exploring Creative Practice (With Helen Lucas, Writer and Convenor of Nillumbik Courthouse Readings)
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