Want to grow your arts practice into a successful career? Propel invites WA creatives from all artforms to the pilot Amplifier Art Talk: Big Arts as Small Business event, the first of Propel’s new regular series of arts industry networking and information forums.
Taking place in the Lounge at the State Theatre Centre of WA on Tuesday 28 July, the goal of this panel discussion is to help give artists the skills to make their practice or project commercially viable.
Hear insights from a diverse panel of artists, curators and businesspeople. Get informed. Get involved. And get booking now, because spaces are limited!
The expert panel for the first Amplifier Art Talk forum features an eclectic mix of industry representatives:
- Jamie Worsley // Contemporary glass artist, Tom Malone Prize finalist & 2015 Wanneroo Art Award winner
- Dunja Rmandić // Writer and curator, currently Associate Curator Projects at the Art Gallery of WA
- Gemma Weston // Curator, Cruthers Collection of Women’s Art at the Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery, UWA
- Brian Childs // Senior Business Advisor at the WA Small Business Development Corporation
- Geoff Edwards // Senior Partner & Financial Planning Specialist at Edwards Irvine & Facius Pty Ltd
Amplifier Art Talk: Big Arts as Small Business offers young and emerging artists a chance to hear different insights on how to grow their artistic careers from a business perspective.
Attendees will also have the opportunity to ask questions, meet the industry representatives from the panel and further develop their arts business skills through networking.
Please note: Allocations for this event are strictly limited, so book now to avoid disappointment!
WHAT: Amplifier Art Talk: Big Arts as Small Business
WHEN: 6.30 - 8.30pm, Tuesday 28 July
WHERE: Lounge @ State Theatre Centre of Western Australia
PRICE: $10 for Propel members // $20 for non-members
MORE INFO: http://www.propel.org.au/amplifier