Artists Workshops Presented by Kingston Arts!
WRITING ARTS GRANTS
Tired of running art projects on a shoestring?
Erin Milne’s hands-on, practical workshop will take you through a grant application from beginning to end, building a case for funding through targeted answers, support materials and budget.
WHEN Wednesday 17 October 2018, 6pm-8pm
VENUE Kingston Arts Centre, Level 1, Black Box Theatre (lift available), 979 Nepean Highway Moorabbin
COST $10 full, $5 concession. Light refreshments provided
Erin Milne has over 25 years’ experience in funding and producing works nationally and internationally. Her company Bureau of Works has worked with All the Queen’s Men, Jodee Mundy Collaborations, Ridiculusmus, InFlux Theatre, Kate Neal & Sal Cooper, Nat Cursio, Samara Hersch & Collaborators and Triage Live Art Collective. Erin co-established Yirramboi, the City of Melbourne’s acclaimed new First Nations Arts Festival. She has sat on numerous boards and lectures at Deakin University and the Victorian College of the Arts.
ARTS MARKETING FOR BEGINNERS
Want to attract new audiences?
By popular demand! A step-by-step guide in basic marketing using Instagram, Facebook and printed collateral from Kingston Arts marketing guru, Gabrielle Sing.
WHEN Saturday 20 October 10am-1pm
VENUE Kingston City Hall, Level 3, Function Room A (lift available), 985 Nepean Hwy, Moorabbin
COST $20 full, $10 conc. Refreshments provided
Gabrielle Sing has a Masters of Publishing and Communications and trained at the Howard Fine Acting Studio. She has worked for student, community and national arts organisations including Kingston Arts. She is currently Online Marketing Coordinator for Arts Centre Melbourne.
INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY AND CONTRACTS
Learn about artists' rights.
Arts law expert Dr. Mark Williams leads an essential information session about artists' intellectual property and contracting rights
WHEN Wednesday 14 November 6pm-8pm
VENUE Kingston Arts Centre, Level 1, Theatre (lift available), 979 Nepean Highway Moorabbin
COST $10 Full | $5 Concession. Light refreshments provided
Dr. Mark Williams is a lecturer in Law and Arts Management at RMIT. Mark has over 30 years experience as a legal advisor to the arts, entertainment, information and cultural sectors.