Amplifier Art Talk: Put Your Art on the Line

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Amplifier Art Talk: Put Your Art on the Line

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Tuesday 29 September, 6.30pm @ Perth Concert Hall

Representatives from the Perth International Arts Festival, Fringe World Festival, The Last Great Hunt, the brand new Co3 dance company and The West Australian Newspaper will be on hand to discuss marketing and promotion within the arts industry.

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After a successful first event in July, Propel Youth Arts WA invites West Australian creatives from all artforms to put their art on the line at the second Amplifier Art Talk.

Join the lively discussion with our panelists:

  • Tim Watts // Theatre-maker from The Last Great Hunt & recipient of 2015 Sidney Myer Creative Fellowship
  • Jo Hos // Director of Marketing at Fringe World Festival, formerly of Woss Group Films (Red Dog)
  • Brad Martin // Marketing Director at Perth International Arts Festival, formerly of the Malthouse Theatre
  • Aaron Beach // Executive Director at Co3, formerly of Bangarra Dance Theatre & Australian Theatre for Young People (ATYP)
  • Stephen Bevis // Arts Editor at The West Australian Newspaper, with over 20 years experience in journalism

Amplifier was conceived by Propel as a workshop and forum series aimed at improving the arts business skills of young and emerging artists and arts workers in WA.

Amplifier Art Talk: Put Your Art on the Line will be held at the Perth Concert Hall and will offer an opportunity to gain insight into promoting their careers and their work to the media and to new audiences.

Open conversation between the panel will take up the first hour and then participants will be given a chance to pose questions to the panelists, to develop a better understanding of the industry and of how it can relate to their individual practice.

Propel Youth Arts WA is the peak body for youth arts in Western Australia dedicated to creating opportunities for young people to engage in the Arts. Established in 2003, Propel is a membership-based, not-for-profit organisation that provides a range of programs and services across all art forms.

Amplifier Art Talk: Put Your Art on the Line would not be possible without the generous support of our panelists and the Government of Western Australia through the Department of Culture and The Arts, The Last Great Hunt, Fringe World Festival, the Perth International Arts Festival, The West Australian Newspaper and the Perth Concert Hall.