AGNSW X SAMAG – Youth in the Arts: Building a career in the creative industries
This is a past event.
Join us for a special event in collaboration with the Art Gallery of NSW to discuss the future of creative careers. Hear from young and emerging practitioners about their concerns, hopes and aspirations.
Annette Madden, Head of Theatre at the Australia Council for the Arts will chair this discussion about community, pathways, mentorships and development for young people in the arts alongside sector leaders and independent young creatives.
Guest panellists include Jess Scully, Deputy Lord Mayor for the City of Sydney, curator, cultural strategist, knowledge economy and creative industries advocate, as well as Yuki Kawakami, Tertiary and Youth Programmes Producer at AGNSW, Curator/Writer India Urwin, independent artist Jeremy Smith and Lily Hayman writer, director and producer who is currently is the Young Leader and Associate Producer at Shopfront Arts Co-Op.
As we re-emerge from the pandemic, what will it be like to develop work, find communities and forge a sustainable career in the cultural and creative industries? Where are the support mechanisms and what incentives are there to start a career in the arts?
After the symposium, join us in the new Members Lounge for convivial networking.
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