Arts Front Rights Symposium

Brisbane Powerhouse as seen from the Brisbane River. This photo is owned by Brisbane City Council. This photo is available for reuse under the terms of a Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 licence.

Brisbane Powerhouse as seen from the Brisbane River.

On Monday 26 and Tuesday 27 March 2018 Arts Front brings together 40 leading artists, policymakers, academics and rights advocates from across the country for the Arts Front Rights Symposium. Over two days at the Brisbane Powerhouse the attendees will be working together on the development of an Arts Front 2030 Visioning Framework.

During the two days the attendees will take a hands on approach to interrogating a suite of international rights agreements to which Australia is a signatory, and unpacking what they mean in practical terms for the task of developing a framework for a shared vision for the future of arts and culture in Australia.

Attendance onsite is limited to invited guests only, but Arts Front will be publishing key discussion points and outcomes from the Symposium on this page.

Plus everyone is invited to take part in two sessions live streaming the wrap up of each day, followed by an online Q&A. You can view the stream at 5:00 pm AEST (6:00 pm AEDT) on Monday 26 March or 3:00 pm AEST (4:00 pm AEDT) and Tuesday 27 March on this page or on the Arts Front Facebook page.

 

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