GENERATE // WORKING IN FIRST NATIONS CULTURAL CONTEXTS
Sovereignty, cultural competency and racial literacy
A chance to assess, deepen or develop our understanding of sovereignty, cultural competency and racial literacy. Are you currently working with First Nations peoples or hope to in the future? Are you interested in increasing your capacity to work respectfully with people from differing cultural backgrounds to your own? This workshop is designed to build capacity and effectiveness of non-Indigenous arts and cultural workers to better support sovereignty and self-determined outcomes in First Nations arts, culture and community engaged practice.
Facilitated by Genevieve Grieves, this three-day workshop explores racial literacy, understanding whiteness, cultural competency and effective ways of working in First Nations contexts. This workshop is a chance to explore your own identity and professional practice, whilst connecting with Elders and Koorie community arts practitioners as they share with you first-hand knowledge and experience.
Due to interest, we will repeat this session in September 2017
GENERATE is FCAC’s 10-part professional development series in contemporary community engaged practice. Be informed about best practice in the industry, and develop your leadership skills for social change.
WHEN: Friday 21 April, Saturday 22 April and Monday 24 April, 9:30am – 5:30pm
For full program, please visit HERE.
*GENERATE Pricing Structure
4 hour workshop (morning or afternoon tea included)
3 day workshop (morning tea and lunch included)
SHORT BURST (Single) $250
SHORT BURST TRIO (3 workshops) $600
GENERATE Full Program ( all 10 workshops including Short Bursts and Intensive) $2500
SHORT BURST (Single) $175
SHORT BURST TRIO (3 workshops) $420
GENERATE Full Program ( all 10 workshops including Short Bursts and Intensive) $1750
FCAC Member? Enquire about GENERATE rates at [email protected]
For the SHORT BURST TRIO package, use promo code TRIO at checkout.
For the GENERATE Full Program package, use promo code GENERATE at checkout.
For more information, please call 03 9362 8888 or email [email protected]
About the speaker: Genevieve Grieves
Genevieve Grieves is Worimi — traditionally from mid north coast New South Wales — and has lived on Kulin country in Melbourne for many years. She is an educator, curator, filmmaker, artist and oral historian who has accumulated nearly twenty years experience in the arts and culture industries.
Some of her projects include the documentary, Lani’s Story; the video installation, Picturing the Old People; and, she was the Lead Curator of the internationally award-winning First Peoples exhibition at the Melbourne Museum. Genevieve has a role as a public intellectual and speaker and is currently undertaking her PhD in art, memorialisation and violence.
1- Possum Skin Cloak (detail), 2013. Image by Tamara Watt