ATF #2: INDIE CAREER PATHWAYS
The informal networks which opportunities are secured in the creative sector can reinforce existing inequalities. The lack of visible pathways into leadership positions or towards a stable and established career can make it difficult to navigate our own career journey.
So, for our Australian Theatre Forum #2, we invite you to grab a coffee, listen to the journeys of established creative practitioners, ask questions, and introduce yourself.
Join us at 11:00 AM–12:00 PM (AEST) on Wednesday 4 August for a one-hour online session, where you can meet two leading Australian Creatives. Including: Michelle Law (Writer), Melanie Lane (Performer & Choreographer), Victoria Falconer (Performer & Musical Director) and Emily O’Brien (Production Manager & Risk Consultant).
Places are limited, so register online via this link before 9 AM Tuesday 3 August.
TNA are committed to access and inclusion for all people. We recognise that the experience of disability and accessibility is diverse and unique to individuals. As such we encourage anyone who needs specific services, support or would like to discuss how they can fully engage with the session to email or call us on firstname.lastname@example.org or (03) 9947 1015.