30 Nov – Think Tank: Theatre Industry and Education, Drama Australia Conference
Hosted by MTC Education and Families, this session considers the intersection between industry and education in the arts and is open to industry and theatre education delegates from around Australia. Held at the Drama Australia National Conference at Victorian College of the Arts, Fri 30 Nov, 1.15pm to 2.45pm, Qatar Lounge, Southbank Theatre. RSVP to Meg Upton or Jeremy Rice.
21 Nov – Art Play – Sharing contemporary art practices with young children
Join a musician, a visual artist and theatre maker in this artist learning workshop exploring what contemporary art practices and young children have to offer each other. $20 per adult, bookings essential. Catering provided. Wed 21 Nov, 3pm – 7pm at Artplay, Birrarung Marr. Book here.
Peer Assessment Panels – Are you registered?
We encourage people working on projects involving young people and young audiences to register as peer assessors. Positions are usually paid – to cover your time and costs. Register now and help to build a strong and diverse pool of practitioners from the sector. More info here.
30 Nov – International Open Call: Center Stage Korea 2019
The KAMS – Korea Arts Management Service is calling for international presenters (festival, venue, or network) to apply for the Center Stage Korea grant before 30 November 2018. Grant contributes to airfares and freight for invited Korean artists/groups. More info here.
15 Nov – Final chance: Apply for the Next Generation Program in Norway 2019
The Next Generation residency program is for 25 artists under the age of 36 from all over the world. In 2019, the program will be held in Kristiansand, Norway from 2-7 Sep alongside the Sand Festival. Accommodation, meals, registration and facilitation costs are covered. Apply by15 Nov 2018.
ASSITEJ Feature – ‘Who is not in the room?’ by Sue Giles
Read Vice President of ASSITEJ, Sue Giles’, reflection on a provocation by the Executive Committee following the recent international congress. Sign up to the ASSITEJ enews here.