Racism in the arts – reform or revolution?
Anti-Asian sentiment sparked by Covid-19, the Black Lives Matter movement and questions of ongoing racism in the screen and cultural sectors have all created headlines in this crazy year of 2020.
What is the role and responsibility of the creative sector in the fight for racial justice? How can arts and cultural organisations work with Indigenous peoples, people of colour and minority groups in ways that transcend mere gesture and symbolism?
When do we ‘call out’ and when do we ‘call-in’ individuals and organisations? As activists, artists, community members and leaders, should we take the path of reform or instead dismantle the structures that persist in excluding, silencing and harming?
Bringing it home: innovation & ideas from the Churchill Fellowship
Are you interested in applying for a Churchill Fellowship? Hear from three Sydney arts workers, all recent Churchill Fellows, about their experiences and research projects; their highlights and successes, as well as unexpected insights. Patricia Adjei investigated the protection of Indigenous cultural rights in Panama and the United States; Morwenna Collett explored inclusive music programs, […]
Corinne Estrada: Talks about cultural leadership and fundraising
Drawing her experiences hosting Communicating the Arts and Culture Business conferences around the world, Corinne Estrada will talk about branding and fundraising when cultural organisations reopen. She will focus on Tate Modern, (London), Fondation Louis Vuitton Paris), Fondation Pinault (Paris) and Platforme 10 (Lausanne) which is opening in 2020 and will be featured in the upcoming Communicating the Arts Conference (12-14 November). She will introduce the new generation of cultural leaders running these landmark institutions.
Corinne Estrada is an expert in communications, branding and event management. She founded Paris-based international communications agency Agenda in 1995 and Agenda Pacific in Sydney in 2013.