FUSE – Cultural Diversity in the Arts Forum – City of Gold Coast

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FUSE PROGRAMME GUIDE – SATURDAY 22nd October 2016

9.30am // Registration

10.00am // Welcome // John Graham and Cr Hermann Vorster

10.15am // Opening remarks // Beyond food and folk dancing
Master of Ceremonies, Eleanor Jackson, makes the case for cultural diversity in the arts.

10.30am // This is not an icebreaker
A fast and furious getting-to-know-you mixer for meeting and making connections.

10.45am // More than face value
Discuss your aspirations for a culturally diverse arts sector; not only what this might look like, but what it might feel and sound like.

11.30am // Morning tea

11.45am // (Re)presentation – part 1
Creative practitioners share their approach and perspective on culturally diverse contemporary arts and creative practice. With featured guests Kim ‘Busty Beatz’ Bowers, Kevin Bathman, Indigo Willing and Jeremy Neideck.

12.30pm // Lunch

1.15pm // Panel // (Re)presentation – part 2
Creative practitioners share their approach and perspective on culturally diverse contemporary arts and creative practice. With featured guests Joel Ma, Charleen Morris, and Joy Vercoe.

2.00pm // Facilitated conversations // The artist and the institution
Discuss the issues and challenges faced by culturally diverse creative practitioners navigating and working around the contemporary arts system.

2.45pm // Afternoon tea

3.15pm // Plenary // Practice, projects and professional development
Looking for support? Hear more about the opportunities available to creative practitioners through the City of Gold Coast programs.

3.30pm // Facilitated conversations // Action stations
Reflect on the day and discuss what actions you might take to make the change you aspire to see.

4.00pm // Closing remarks // Remaking Australian identity
Eleanor Jackson reflects on the role of contemporary arts in remaking the Australian identity to reflect our nation’s multicultural reality.

4.15 – 5.00pm // Networking and performance
Continue the conversation over drinks at the Terrace Stage. Featuring Gold Coast indie singer-songwriter, Aquila Young.

Access for everyone

We are committed to making our programs accessible to everyone. Please contact us if you have any access requirements.

If you need an interpreter to contact the City of Gold Coast, please call the Translating and Interpreting Service (TIS) National on 131 450 between 8am and 5pm. Further translation information.

Want more information?
Go online or phone 1300 GOLDCOAST (1300 465 326) or 07 5582 8211

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