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8:45 AM TO 4:30 pm

Professional Development: SAM Database training [Day One]

SAM – Stories Art Money – is an online artwork management system designed specifically for use by Aboriginal arts centres across Australia. This two-day workshop will cover everything from the basics of the system to more advanced features of the database and will help answer some of your curly questions. This is the first of a two day training session for arts centre workers.

FREE

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8:45 AM TO 4:30 pm

Professional Development:
SAM Database Training [Day Two]

SAM – Stories Art Money – is an online artwork management system designed specifically for use by Aboriginal arts centres across Australia. This two-day workshop will cover everything from the basics of the system to more advanced features of the database and will help answer some of your curly questions. This is the second of a two day training session for arts centre workers.

FREE

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2:00 pM TO 5:00 pm

Workshop:
Introduction to Making Decorative Flat Felt

Participants will learn the basics of felt-making, including preparation of fibres and materials, the different stages of felting, colour blending and adding designs. The participants will have a sample square of felt to take home and new skills and knowledge to further develop their own time. This workshop is supported by Country Arts WA.

FREE

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5:30 pm TO 7:00 pm

Pilbara Creative and Cultural Forum:
Launch Reception

Join us in the Gallery at the East Pilbara Arts Centre and enjoy some drinks and refreshments in celebration of the launch of the Pilbara Creative and Cultural Forum, surrounded by the beautiful artwork of Martumili Artists.

FREE

RSVP to info@pilbaracreativeforum.com.au

8:15 AM TO 9:00 am
9.00 AM TO 10:20 am

Welcome to Country

Opening Statement
Hon David Templeman MLA, Minister for Local Government; Heritage; Culture and the Arts

Morning Comments
Chris Cottier, Manager Community Relations WA, BHP.

Jonathon Holloway
| Keynote Address

International festival director Jonathan Holloway has an established reputation for the presentation of innovative and high-profile arts programs in festivals from Norfolk to Melbourne. He joins us in the Pilbara to discuss designing for the bigger picture and the importance of risk-taking; how the arts can use place as a canvas and how the scale of arts projects are only limited by the size of the spaces they are held in. In this keynote address Jonathan proposes that the ambition of regional arts programs can match the vastness of space there is to work in.

10:20 AM TO 10:40 Am

Morning Tea

10:40 AM TO 12:25 am

Speaker Session One:

Distinctiveness

Information Session | Pilbara Creative and Cultural Strategy

Jirra Lulla Harvey
At the Creative Heart

[Case Study] Pujiman
Crystal Gardiner, Amy Mukherjee, Katie Nalgood, Alysha Taylor, Greg Taylor, Karnu Nancy Taylor

[Case Study] Karijini Experience
James Jarvis

[Case Study] Juluwarlu Yindjibarndi Archive
Lorraine Coppin, Michael Woodley

[Case Study] Big hART

Panel Discussion

Questions and Answers

12:25 pM TO 1:10 pm
1:20 pM TO 2:05 pm

Factories

A new brand for the Pilbara
Cultural tourism opportunities
Models for collaboration
2:15 pM TO 4:10 pm

Speaker Session Two:

Art Meets Business

Monica Davidson Creative Industries: What it takes

Nicole Monks Design and Practice

[Case Study] Active Curating
Susan McCullochEmily McCulloch Childs

[Case Study] Fake Art Harms Culture
Gabrielle Sullivan, Ignatius TaylorWokka Taylor

Information Session: Arts Law Centre of Australia

Panel Discussion

Questions and Answers

4:10 pM TO 4:30 pm
4:40 pM TO 5:30 pm

Factories

Succeeding in your
Creative Business
Pilbara Events
and Festivals
Indigenous Design
and Business
6:00 pM TO 8:30 pm

Newman Squared: Film Festival

9.00 AM TO 9:50 am

Opening Session:

Catherine Hunter | Keynote Address

As KPMG’s Head of Corporate Citizenship and Australian Network Chair of the world’s largest corporate sustainability initiative, the United Nations Global Compact, Catherine Hunter champions responsible business practices and economic empowerment through entrepreneurship and local, community led initiatives. Drawing from her corporate and arts background, Catherine will discuss the current ‘trust deficit’ facing businesses, and how their ‘social licence’ is critical to future business success. She will share how connection to community is a key element of this and how collective impact can be achieved through collaboration and better valuing arts and culture where businesses operate.

9:50 AM TO 10:10 am
10:10 AM TO 12:30 pm

Speaker Session Three:

Arts for Impact

Kim McConville
and David Leha Activating the Third Space

Patrick O’Leary Country Needs People

[Case Study] Karnyirninpa Jukurrpa
Zan King and representatives from KJ’s land management and leadership programs

[Case Study] Digital Treasure – Beyond the Exhibition
Delwyn Everard

[Case Study] Juluwarlu Yindjibarndi Archive
Michael Woodley and Lorraine Coppin

Panel Discussion

Questions and Answers

12:15 pM TO 1:15 pm
1:25 pM TO 2:15 pm

Factories

Caring for Culture and Country
Big future projects for the region
Generating impact
Public Art for Artists & Communities
2:25 pm TO 4:10 pm

Speaker Session Four:

Creative Places


Information Session
2020 Vision: touring visual arts into the regions

Brian Robinson
Art Across Spaces

[Case Study] FORM
Rhianna Pezzaniti

[Case Study] East Pilbara Arts Centre
Jennie Officer, Trent Woods, Carly Day and Gabrielle Sullivan

Panel Discussion

Questions and Answers

Closing Remarks Jonothan Holloway

6:00 pM TO 8:30 pm

Newman Squared: Film Festival

9:00 AM TO 9:30 am

Professional Development:
Measuring What Matters

Outcomes tell the story of the real difference your activities are making to the lives of the people you work with, and the lasting impact they can have. Being able to clearly articulate what these outcomes are then measuring whether or not you are achieving them will help you prove what you are doing works, help you test, learn and iterate to make sure services are effective and also highlight outcomes that were perhaps unexpected or unintended but were of value. Gillian Turnbull, a Director with Social Ventures Australia Consulting team, will discuss her work with Martumili Artists to develop outcomes frameworks and how this might be relevant to other arts and cultural programs.

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9:45 AM TO 10:15 am

Professional Development:
Copyright 101

Creatingart means creating copyright. Let us walk you through owning and using yourcopyright, knowing your moral rights, as well as creating copyright with otherpeople. This session uses practical examples, case studies from artists’experiences, and hypothetical scenarios to help make copyright accessible and,dare we say, fun for creatives. This session is relevant to all creatives andartists across all art forms and is delivered by Arts Law Centre of Australia.

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10:30 AM TO 12:30 Pm

Professional Development:
Top 10 Tips for Creative Business

Where do you begin when it comes to addressing all the different needs of a business in the creative industries?What are the most important things to think about? This workshop identifies the ten most essential areas of focus for anyone starting out, or already running,a creative business. Monica Davidson, a creative practitioner and business consultant with over 30 years of experience, has identified the ten‘pain points’ for emerging and early-stage creative businesses based on her own and her clients’ experiences. In this fun and action-packed workshop she shares practical tips on managing the challenges, and getting the basics right.

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11:00 AM TO 3:30 Pm

Professional Services:
One on One Legal Advice Clinics

FREE one on one appointments provide an opportunity for artists and arts organisations to strengthen their understanding of the legal issues affecting their arts practice or organisation. If you have any questions about the law and how it relates to your art practice, or if you have a specific legal problem that you’re trying to navigate, you can talk face to face with a very experienced arts lawyer.Areas of law that can be discussed include, but are not limited to: Copyright and Moral Rights, Confidentiality, Insurance and Liability, Trademarks, Business names and structures. Please note Arts Law is unable to review contracts and documents at the advice clinic.  

APPOINTMENT TIMES (30 minutes):
11.00am |11.30am | 12.00pm | 1.00pm | 1.30pm | 2.00pm | 2.30pm | 3.00pm | 3.30pm 

Free

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1:00 PM TO 3:00 Pm

Workshop:
Artwork Photography Processing

In this practical professional development workshop we will explore post production of images of 2D and 3D artworks ready for archiving and publication. Participants will need to bring their own Wi-Fi enabled laptops, with Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom installed for the training.

Free

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10:00 aM TO 1:00 Pm

Workshop:
Introduction 3D Felting Using Objects and Resists

Participants will learn the basics of felt-making, including preparation of fibres and materials, the different stages of felting, colour blending and adding designs. Wool fibres will then be applied to objects (such as PE foam balls) and resists to create felted three-dimensional forms.  Each participant will have the opportunity to take home a felted object as well as new skills and knowledge which they can develop further in their own time. This workshop is supported by Country Arts WA. 

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