In line with APAM shifting to a fully digital format, we have changed ATF #3 accordingly, with an online session plus a drinks function in person for anyone in Darwin.

DIGITAL: Building a Plan for Beyond Survival 

Date: Monday 16 August
Time: 15:30 – 16:30 ACST (Darwin)
Location: Online – a link will be sent to registered APAM delegates 

Lately, conversation has been brewing and voices amplifying on the topic of arts and cultural sector survival and adaptation. Is an arts culture plan 2030 the way forward?

Everyone seems to have an opinion and momentum is growing, but what are the sticking points preventing us from all moving in the same direction?

Join Theatre Network Australia (TNA) and APAM for an hour of participatory discussion.

What language and frame of argument is most likely for success?

Are we willing to set aside our specific agendas for cohesive messaging?

Can we ask for solidarity before transformational change in equity and justice?

Including Kate Fielding (A New Approach), Jamie Lewis (Next Wave), Angela O’Donnell (City of Darwin), Cara Kirkwood (Australia Council for the Arts) Haneen Martin (Independent).


 

IN PERSON: Tropical Drinks in Darwin – Drinks Function with TNA 

Date: Monday 16 August
Time: 17:30 – 18:30 ACST (Darwin)
Location: Darwin Ski Club, 8 Atkins Dr, Fannie Bay NT 0820

Catch up with your local and national colleagues, Theatre Network Australia (TNA) and APAM for drink and real-life chat after a day of online conversations. The drinks are on us, and afterwards there is the opportunity to head into the gardens to watch Tracks Dance Company’s performance ‘Seasons of Skin and Bark’. All arts sector colleagues welcome! RSVP here. 



REGISTRATIONS

Registration is still open for digital registration to APAM, tickets cost from $110 – $264.

TNA & APAM 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 afternoon to email or call us on steph@tna.org.au or (03) 9947 1015.