AGNSW X SAMAG – Youth in the Arts: Building a career in the creative industries
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 […]
Wellbeing Resources for Arts and Cultural Sector Workers
The Support Act Wellbeing Helpline is a free, confidential phone counselling service, available 24/7 to anyone anywhere in Australia who works in the performing arts, or other creative industries. https://artswellbeingcollective.com.au/resources/support-act-wellbeing-helpline/ If you are looking for some ideas to help improve resilience or anxiety have a look at SAMAG’s past event, SAMAG Webinar: Finding resilience in the Arts in a time of uncertainty Our panel Dr Jackie Bailey, Dr Katherine Boydell, Lyn Worsley & Eugenie Lee as we […]
SAMAG Mentor Speed Dating 2021 online
A night of Mentor Speed Dating – whether you are deep diving into a new project, or switching career paths, we have an expert for you. Join SAMAG for a night of Mentor Speed Dating – whether you are deep diving into a new field or project, looking at switching career paths or wanting to get the low-down on resources and connections to move forward in your career. This SAMAG event can help you connect […]
Beyond the Binary: Gender and Intersectionality in the Cultural Sector
Beyond the Binary: Gender and Sexuality in the Cultural Sector, SAMAG will host a panel of speakers exploring the changing landscape of gender and sexuality and how this is playing out in our cultural institutions.
Timed to align with the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras Festival, this event will discuss emerging trends such as use of pronouns, challenges that people with non-binary gender face when navigating our arts sector, and how this intersects with the ongoing conversation about how culture, subculture and identity interrelate and evolve.
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, venues and festivals that actively engage people with disability across Ireland, the UK and USA; and Jo Higgins researched different […]
Giving Voice to The Word
This SAMAG event in Parramatta is a bit different. Firstly, we are presenting it in partnership with Westwords which champions and celebrates the stories of the people, places and cultures of Western Sydney. Secondly, we’ll be starting with live performances from our exceptionally talented line-up of Western Sydney slam poets and writers. Writing in Western Sydney is BIG right now, and if you haven’t sat in a room and felt the energy radiating from a […]
Surviving the Arts: Sharing our Lessons
SAMAG convened a group of young creatives at various stages of their careers to discuss the impact that burnout has had on their work. In a series of ‘true monologues’ from the artists, they discussed how they balance personal wellbeing with the pressures of working in the arts.