In your future, does stories, music, art and films exist in the way it does now?
Are you a culturally diverse artist, arts worker, filmmaker, producer, director, performer or writer with a vision for the future?
Join us in re-imagining the arts! You are invited to submit an Expression of Interest to participate in the Stories From The Future, a workshop series for creatives to re-imagine a future where cultural diversity is present at every level in the arts.
Workshops will be held in NSW, SA, ACT and WA with some spaces available to people in other States/Territories to engage culturally diverse artists, creatives and arts workers across all genres and art forms.
Workshop outputs will be shared via symposia, films, podcasts and a report.
Dr Remy Low, Lecturer from the Sydney School of Education and Social Work, The University of Sydney will be a Workshop Facilitator.
UPCOMING WORKSHOP EOI DEADLINES
Closing date for workshops in ACT, SA and WA: 31 March 2019.
*More workshops to be announced soon.
The dates and venues of the workshops in ACT, SA and WA for 2019 will be announced here and via email for artists. Register your interest before the closing date.
Registrations for the NSW workshops have closed for the January sessions at Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre and Parramatta Artists Studios.
Workshops run from 10am - 3:30pm with refreshments and breaks included.
Any questions on the project, please email: email@example.com
Stories From The Future by Diversity Arts Australia is a project funded by the Australia Council for the Arts with additional funding support through a City of Parramatta Community Grant and Liverpool City Council Grant. We are thankful to our partners across Australia in assisting with launching the initiative:
Australia Council for the Arts, Parramatta City Council, Liverpool City Council, Create NSW, Information and Cultural Exchange, Peril Magazine, Sweatshop Western Sydney Literacy Movement, The University of Sydney, Community Arts Network, Nexus Arts, Feral Arts, The Street, Parramatta Artist Studios and Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre.