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Debate: Will the Arts be Dead in 25 years?
Date: Monday 27 February 2017
Where: Cake Wines
16 Eveleigh Street, Redfern
Admission: Free for SAMAG Members
Non-Member Ticket $30 via Eventbrite
2016/7 marks 25 years of SAMAG. From our early days as a group of business people wanting to contribute their skills in support of Artists to today’s annual program of seminars to strengthen the Arts sector, we want to celebrate the contribution SAMAG has made to the sector and the sector has made to SAMAG.
For our February seminar we want look back at our successes but keep an eye to the future by hosting a robust, insightful and humorous discussion about the future of the Arts in Sydney. We’re inviting SAMAG friends old and new to join us for a debate: The Arts in Sydney will be dead in 25 years.
Chaired by Zoe Norton Lodge: Co-creator of The Checkout and Story Club, and with debaters including Roslyn Helper: Director, Underbelly Arts Festival, Dee Jefferson: Arts and Culture editor, Time Out Sydney, Nicholas Pickard: Director Communications and Government Relations, Copyright Agency, Thomas E.S. Kelly: Choreographer, Performer and Composer, Sara Saleh: Human rights and Refugee Advocate and percussionist Claire Edwardes.
SAMAG invites you to join us at Cake Wines Cellar Door on the evening of Monday 28 November to be part of this celebration.
Tickets are $30 or free for SAMAG Members and include a complimentary drink and refreshments.
SAMAG Program for 2017
27 February: Debate: Will the Arts be Dead in 25 years?
27 March: Careers in the Arts
17 April: Harnessing the Arts to Empower the Disadvantaged
29 May: Maximising your audience: Making your work accessible to everyone
26 June: Arts, work and culture: How to manage a healthy work / life balance
31 July: Guest Curator Indigenous Event
28 August: Do the arts need rebranding?
25 September: The Arts and International Collaborations
30 October: SAMAG and TiNA Collaboration
27 November: Creative Leadership
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