2022 Event Series

2022 Event Series

We’re presenting an innovative and free event series in 2022 in response to rapidly changing environments and increasing sector demand. Due to Covid-19, all events will take place online until further notice. These events are free to attend, accessible and encourage discussion and participation through a Q&A platform.

Bookings for each event will be made available closer to the event date.

Access Ideas and Insights – Quarterly Panel Discussions

We will present four insightful Quarterly Panel Discussions in 2022, each focused on a different topic. Each panel will feature diverse speakers from wide-ranging arts organisations.

Advance Your Career – Professional Development Series

We’re dedicated to empowering the creativity and careers of arts practioners with disability or who are d/Deaf across NSW. In 2022, we will be extending our commitment to the professional development of artists and arts workers with disability through our Advance Your Career series. These expert workshops will cover various practical insightful topics to support the development professional knowledge, skills and networks.

Bookings for future sessions will be made available closer to each event.

In Conversation  – Q&A Events

Our In-Conversation program profiles arts practitioners with disability or who are d/Deaf and their work. This usually takes the format of a Q&A style event with the featured artist/s being interviewed by a leading figure from the arts and cultural sector. We will present two In Conversation sessions in 2022.

As part of the Sydney Writers’ Festival, we’ll be speaking with authors Fiona Murphy (The Shape of Sound), journalist and musician Eliza Hull (We’ve Got This) and poet and author Gayle Kennedy (Koori Girl Goes Shoppin) as they discuss the realities and pathways for writers with disability or who are d/Deaf. If you cannot attend in person, Sydney Writers’ Festival will be releasing this event as a podcast later in the year. It will be made available on all major podcast platforms.

Details and bookings for future sessions will be made available closer to each event.

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Image description: Artists with disability are on stage addressing an audience. The event is being Auslan interpreted.

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