GENERATE 2019 // Professional and Industry Development
Community engaged practice, cultural leadership and social change. Invest in your professional development.
Are you an emerging or established artist, cultural worker or simply interested in learning more about working effectively in community-engaged contexts?
Following the success of the 2018 professional development program GENERATE, FCAC is pleased to offer a continuing series in 2019.
Following feedback from participants, the program has been revised with new and continued workshops, aiming to:
- Build skills and capacities across sectors in working effectively with communities
- Further best practice in arts management, partnership brokerage and cultural competency
- Support new networks and opportunities for professional experience
WORKING IN FIRST NATIONS CULTURAL CONTEXTS
Sovereignty, cultural competency and racial literacy
This workshop is designed to build the capacity and effectiveness of non-Indigenous workers to better support sovereignty and self-determined outcomes in First Nations arts, culture, education and community engaged practice. Facilitated by FCAC’s Indigenous Advisory Group, in this three-day workshop you’ll connect with Elders and Koorie community members, artists and educators as they share with you their first-hand knowledge and experience.
WHEN: Tuesday 7, Wednesday 8 and Friday 10 May, 10am – 5pm
COST: Organisation $900 / Independent $630 (3 days)
How do you best imagine and create high quality and impactful festivals for and with your community through the arts? Join FCAC CEO and Artistic Director, Martin Paten and artistic producers he has collaborated with, to learn how to achieve exponentially positive outcomes with your target communities, venues and organisations. During the workshop we explore and share real experiences and models that have had positive outcomes.
WHEN: Friday 28 June, 9.30am – 1.30pm
COST: Organisation $250 / Independent $80
Please send GENERATE enquiries to email@example.com.
‘The GENERATE Working in First Nations Cultural Contexts program is more than just a training package, it is a life changing experience that forced me unlearn and then relearn everything I thought I knew and ultimately helped me re-evaluate the way in which I see the world. The course was personally and professionally challenging but I was able to achieve more than I expected through the generosity, wisdom and experience of the trainers and guest presenters. Understanding and coming to terms with race, colonisation, whiteness and privilege is not easy, and nor should it be. But this work is essential to living a wholehearted life. I cannot recommend this program highly enough.’
– Craig Rogers, 2017 participant
1- Image by Rachel Main.