Meet Regional Victoria’s next Creative Leaders!
Posted in Communities on 02/Dec/2014 13:57
“Curated by a qualified educator with a uniquely specialised regional arts focus, our Creative Leadership Program plays a vital role in fostering our state's independent arts catalysts. I can’t wait to see the impact that our emerging leaders will have on their creative communities,” said Esther Anatolitis, Director.
The Creative Leadership Program is now in its fourth year and has been designed specifically for young regional Victorians who are considering arts management as a career.
Presented in Melbourne from 7 - 15 February 2015, the intensive program provides enviable access to Victoria’s leading arts professionals and organisations including Victorian College of the Arts, Melbourne Theatre Company, Malthouse Theatre, Australian Centre for the Moving Image, Arts Centre Melbourne, National Gallery of Victoria and dozens more!
The program involves a range of presentations by key leaders in arts management, networking opportunities, and a chance for each individual participant to spend “A day in the life” shadowing arts managers from across the industry in order to observe first-hand the broad range of challenges, tasks and concerns they will come across in their future careers.
- Rose Cox – Baranduda (North East)
- Grace O’Brien – Thoona (North East)
- Georgia Wolfe – Murchison (North East)
- Megan Scott – Shepparton (North East)
- Jesse Munzel – Gunbower (North West)
- Thomas Patching – Ouyen (North West)
- Yasmeen Khurshid – Mildura (North West)
- Bayden Clayton – Swan Hill (North West)
- Julia Sansone – Bacchus Marsh (South West)
- Jemma Stormer – Port Fairy (South West)
- Katie Kenna – Ellerslie (South West)
- Julia Orlando – Portland (South West)
To view a short film about the Creative Leadership Program click here.
Regional Arts Victoria is thrilled to announce Victoria’s twelve new Creative Leaders in-the-making to have secured a place in our 2015 Creative Leadership Program.