ATF #1: NEIGHBOURHOOD Adelaide, 20 May 

Photo Gallery

Attendees at Neighbourhood Adelaide
Photos by Sam Oster, Silvertrace courtesy of APAM.

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Melanie Lane speaking at ATF #2: Indie Career Pathways, online, 4 Aug 2021.

ATF #3: Darwin/Online, 16 August

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Attendees at ATF #3: Building a Plan for Beyond Survival, participatory discussion, online and in Darwin, 16 Aug 2021.

Video Artist Talks – Darwin

These talks were commissioned by Theatre Network Australia and curated by Next Wave as part of Neighbourhood at APAM Darwin 2021

Artist Talk by Christian (Bong) Ramilo and Anna Weekes, Creative Producers with Darwin Community Arts (NT.) Provocateurs, Bong and Anna, speak to the successes and failures that come with undoing leadership systems and establishing a holocracy.

Artist Talk by Nadine (Birrimilunngga) Lee, who is a Larrakia women born and raised in Darwin, (NT.) Nadine is a visual artist and NT Regional Arts Fund manager. Nadine speaks to a sense of what is just, as a driving force in her making.

Artist Talk by Naina Sen, who was born and brought up in New Delhi, India. Naina is a filmmaker, artist and part of the Next Wave Artistic Directorate (NT.) Naina speaks to the value of gentle and genuine facilitation as an essential for cross-cultural art creation.

ATF #4: Creating Out Loud – Discussion Guide Library

ATF #4: Creating Out Loud, took the form of an online peer coaching opportunity, designed to help artists and art workers expand their network, rethink important issues and practices, and support one another through knowledge-sharing and goal setting.

Developed as part of an Advance Queensland Industry Research Fellowship, by Dr Kate Power in collaboration with Queensland arts organizations and national peak bodies, the resulting set of the Creating Out Loud discussion guides are now available at:

Dr Kate Power (The University of Queensland) gives an overview of the Creating Out Loud peer coaching program.