Australian Performing Arts Exchange
Session: Money: Master or Servant?
Speaker: Janine Collins – Principal, J9 Consulting
Money is a terrible master, but an excellent servant – P.T. Barnum
Does anyone have a list of tried and true, universal strategies for diversifying income in the arts? No. But with an all-of-organisation approach, even with limited resources, income growth is achievable. With fresh eyes on your organisation and an experienced, strategic lens (and a few case studies from those who have been there, made that), Janine Collins leads this session enabling you to start designing new revenue streams for your organisation.
Session designed for Venues / Presenters: Wednesday 20 October, 1 – 2pm AEDT.
(Registrations close 5pm AEST Monday 18 October.)
Session for Artists / Producers: Wednesday 27 October, 1 – 2pm AEDT.
(Registrations close 5pm AEST Monday 25 October.)
Session: The Pathway to Collaboration and Creation
Speaker: Patricia Adjei, Head of First Nations Arts & Culture, Australia Council for the Arts
How welcoming is your venue or organisation for your Indigenous colleagues and community? From connecting to community, to presenting FIrst Nations work, protocols for working within the FIrst Nations arts and cultural sector are an essential resource.
This session will provide you with a guide for best practice for anyone working with First Nations artists or within the First Nations arts and cultural sector, including insights from the work of Tara June Winch, Jonathan Jones. Diann Lui (Erub Arts), Magabala Books, NORPA, West Australian Ballet and Jessie Lloyd.
Date / Time: Wednesday 10 November, 1 – 2pm AEDT.
Session: Getting to know you… Audience Behaviours and Attitudes
Speakers: Rebecca Mostyn, Director, Research and Knowledge Management and Lina Stein, Research Associate, Australia Council for the Arts
An update on Australia Council for the Arts’ recently released research, focussing on a new set of interactive audience engagement and advocacy tools. Taking a deeper dive into audience behaviours and attitudes towards the arts, these resources can assist performing arts organisations and workers in developing new audiences and expanding the relevance of programming for their communities.
Date / Time: Wednesday 24 November, 1 – 2pm AEDT
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APAX 2021 – On demand
APAX Tue 7 – Fri 10 September 2021, Online
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