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ArtWorks – the business of arts - Feb 24th


South East Arts are inviting artists and arts organisations from around the region and beyond to ArtWorks in beautiful Narooma on Friday 24 March. ArtWorks is a comprehensive one-day seminar focusing on the business side of arts. This seminar is ideal for individual creative practitioners as well as anyone working and volunteering in arts organisations and festival committees. Registrations are now open. South East Arts General Manager, Andrew Gray explained the day, “Sometimes artists or arts organisations feel stifled by the necessary business side of what they do. ArtWorks will provide some of the essential skills and tools to help brush away the business cobwebs.” “We’ve gathered some great presenters for this event and have tried to cover as much as we can in a single day. South East Arts and Eurobodalla Shire Council is subsidising the cost of the event, to make sure that the cost of attending is within reach of as many people as possible. The cost for the day is $65,” he said. Topics that will be covered at ArtWorks include Top Ten Tips for Creative Business; Copyright and Social Media; Social Media tips, Public Events and Your Local Council; Connecting with the Aboriginal Community; Governance for Arts Organisations; Funding; Media Engagement and more. There is a roundtable discussion with creative business expert Monica Davidson brought to the region by BusinessConnect and the opportunity for individual sessions with the Arts Law Centre – the national community legal centre for the arts. See www.southeastarts.org.au for further information and registrations. For more information please contact South East Arts on 64920711


Above: Creative arts business expert Monica Davidson will be at South East Arts’ Artworks in Narooma on 24 March providing business advice to arts practitioners, volunteers and organisations. Register now at southeastarts.org.au Media Release

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