2020 | 29 July, Strategy and Resilience Measures for Indian Arts Practitioners | Workshop
29 July, 2020 | 10:00 - 1:00 PM | Workshop Register here: https://bit.ly/SRMIAP-AppForm Application deadline: 12 July at 11:59 p.m _________________________________________________________________________________ Presented by the Australian Consulate General in Mumbai in collaboration with Arts and Culture Resources India (ACRI)
The COVID-19 pandemic has thrown up sizable challenges for arts organisations and cultural practitioners. Questions around survival, opportunity spotting and pivoting are forcing the sector to rethink ways of creating, programming and distributing art. Since the pandemic does not come with a playbook, there are no known models or case studies that we can rely on and learn from.
In this workshop by Australian cultural strategist Dr. Josephine Caust participants will explore strategy and resilience measures that address present realities under lockdown and develop a path forward. The workshop will cover an environmental scan, navigation of operational challenges presented by the current conditions and a methodology to envision various post-pandemic scenarios. Through the session, arts practitioners will develop endurance strategies and identify future growth opportunities. This workshop is ideal if you are:
- an early-to-mid-career Indian arts professional, freelancer, creative business owner or employee
- under the age of 32 years
- with at least three years of work experience in the creative sector
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