I'm currently completing my BFA Drama and a cert III in Auslan! I work broadly across the independent theatre and events industry, with a particular interest in community engaged projects. I enjoy facilitation and social justice and hope to start a masters next year exploring best practice for accessibility and inclusivity (First nations, disability, gender, health, sexual orientation, age, location etc.) for creative practitioners during a production process. I want to finish my diploma in Auslan and work for a company like AuslanStageLeft as an interpreter for performance events. 

Coming from a metropolitan/ regional centre and having to travel to the city for study and work opportunities, I'm also ridiculously interested in social policy and getting the arts out of city centres and across the whole of Australia. 

My ideal projects are transdisciplinary (this includes disciplines which are not the arts!), people orientated, political, connected to, created and informed by community, spread joy in process and outcome and are meaningful for all involved.

To attend Arts Front U30 would be an incredible opportunity for me. I am at the point in my career where I am immersing myself more fully in the industry and would love the opportunity to have important conversations about the future of the arts and my future in the arts. I think this conference is soo important and that it is a wonderful opportunity for all to learn, grow and connect.

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Arts Front Leadership Group

A leadership group supporting the Art Front project.

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A leadership group supporting the Art Front project.

The Australian arts sector's first 100% online conference + festival.

* PLEASE NOTE: No inflight meals will be harmed in the development and delivery of this event.  

Nov 01 2020 To Nov 30 2020

An online symposium exploring ideas of basic income and the need for an approach to economy that puts creativity and care at its centre. Led by a panel of artists, researchers, economists, scientists and philosophers, the symposium responds to current and ongoing planetary crises, and positions creativity and social ecology as integral to shaping policy and systems of value.

The Symposium is a joint initiative of Arts Front, BLINDSIDE and Next Wave and was supported by the City of Melbourne COVID-19 Arts Grants.

May 28 2020 To May 28 2020