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The Black Market: Building Aboriginal and Torrest Strait Island Audiences
Date: Monday 28 May 2018
500 Harris St, Ultimo
Admission: Free: SAMAG Members
Non-members $20, students $10 via Eventbrite
Presented by SAMAG and MAAS on Reconciliation Day
Our panel presentation explores the potential and benefits of connecting with Australia’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander audiences and ways that producers of Indigenous cultural content might consider marketing this product to non-Indigenous stakeholders.
Steven Satour: Founder and Managing Director, Iwara Travel
Mayrah Sonter: Co-Founder and Co-Director, 33 creative
Medika Thorpe: Executive Director: Wina Film Festival
Chaired: Marcus Hughes: MAAS Head of Indigenous Engagement & Strategy
SAMAG is committed to providing access for all to attend our seminars. Please contact us and we will endeavour to assist in meeting your access needs.
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Expert Exchange: Collaborative Giving
Date: Monday 4 June
Where: 107 Projects, Redfern
107 Redfern Street, Redfern
Admission: Free via Eventbrite registration
Giving was once a private activity, now it is an increasingly social. Artists and small-to-medium organisations are adapting to a more collaborative and democratised form of giving. Through pooled funding, donors can share risk, learn together and drive greater impact. These funding pools can take the form of crowdfunding through events and online platforms, workplace giving programs or giving circles. The pool of donors is continually widening with more frequent, smaller donations being the common trend. However, as well as reaching new donors, it is important for creators to generate support for the long term.
The panel will discuss the characteristics of donors that utilise these collective platforms, including that of millennials and Gen-Xers so that S-M organisations can pinpoint the most appropriate, tailored approach for them.
Tom Dawkins: CEO, StartSomeGood
Janne Ryan: Founder, Arrow Collective
Mitzi Goldman: CEO, Documentary Australia Foundation
Moderator: Augusta Supple, Senior Manager – Engagement, Partnerships and Development, Create NSW
SAMAG's 2018 Program*
Date: Monday 26 February 2018: Disarming Sexism in the Arts
#Metoo, but what next?
Date: Monday 26 March: Creativity versus Robots: Can the arts disrupt emerging technologies?
Date: Monday 7 May: Expert Exchange: Philanthropy: More than the ask, with Create NSW
Date: Monday 28 May: Black Markets
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Audiences
Date: Monday 4 June: Expert Exchange: Collaborative Giving, with Create NSW
Monday 25 June: Is Sydney's Arts Sector Being Locked Out?
Date: Monday 30 July: Finance Hacks for Arts Freelancers
A two-part event with afternoon workshop on Accounting for Grants with Steve Miller plus an evening session on Finance Hacks for the Arts, focusing on freelance arts workers.
*Please note the dates and topics are subject to change at short notice
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