connecting communities through creativity connecting communities through creativity connecting communities through creativity connecting communities through creativity connecting communities through creativity connecting communities through creativity connecting communities through creativity
Simon is presenting self assembly at Tate Modern on Sunday 2 June 2019. This will be the largest outing for this work during a whole afternoon program at the Tate Exchange, creating up to 200 figures with children and families.
Ten artists from the ArTELIER program spent four days in Melbourne. Five artists ran workshops at ArtPlay over the weekend and everyone attended a range of professional development opportunities including; being part of a creative development of a transgender toys workshop, TOY; a visit to Footscray Community Arts Centre; a workshop on materiality by Kelly Boucher; and a full day program of relationality and creation of arts experiences for children and families at ArtPlay.
It was effective at breaking down all of the steps involved in applying for funding…
I have done a couple of applications and need some help to improve and develop – this workshop has been invaluable for remedying this.
Thanks; new ideas, succinct doable steps, generous information of whats out there to support us…
comments from participants
Debby Maziarz ran a three hour workshop, at all that we are, for ArTELIER artists to help them make better applications for arts funding.
About the Facilitator
Debby Maziarz (www.debbymaziarz.com.au) is an educator and creative entrepreneur who mentors artists, organisations and communities to create solid plans for resourcing their work. Renowned for unearthing innovative and ‘fundable’ ideas, Debby is driven to challenge the mindset that stops superstars from excelling. She’s also got a great track record in sourcing funds – including founding Melbourne’s Westside Circus and Arts Barter Australia.
This event was organised by ArTELIER Tasmania and was free to 2018 ArTELIER members.
During six months of the year we run a film club for locals and friends. There are six film nights between April and September. Let us know if you are interested in joining in the club. Occasionally dates need to be changed so always check before you turn up.
This season the theme is female directors. Select your films friends and send them in. Brings some food and drink to share…
2019 Season dates: 21 April, 12 May, 23 June, 28 July, 25 August, 22 September
Thank you to the Australia Council for bringing the Signature Works Innovation Lab to all that we are last week. What an incredible bunch of artists across all disciplines showcasing an extraordinary range of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art projects. We can’t wait to see how they eventuate!
15 ArTELIER artists will be heading down to Bruny Island for a three day retreat and connection to the Nayri Niara Festival in March. This will give this group an opportunity to share and develop their practice through interaction with a host of artists in the festival and help to drive the direction of the 2019 ArTELIER program.
Wednesday 5 February was the final session of the 2018 ArTELIER program. This eight session capacity building program for socially engaged artists wiorking with Intergenerational groups will continue into 2019 – see ArTELIER.
The final session was a great success with Dylan Martorell presenting via Zoom from Melbourne and Richie, Selena and Julie organising a packed day of sharing and learning aorund the theme of Signal, Technology and Young People.
Salamanca Arts Centre and ArTELIER kick off 2019 with the exciting announcement of the collaborative project, stART. stART is a program of artist lead encounters connecting children, families, and young people. stART is NOT your average creative holiday workshop where young participants are dropped off and picked up after a couple of hours after getting creative with butchers paper and crayons. stART’s point of difference is that parents/guardians are also included. The stART program has been specifically designed for both children and their parent/s or guardian/s wanting to participate together in Tasmanian artist led experiences.
The Summer season of brunches has started at 1450. Each month we host a gathering of friends, neighbours and colleagues for a bring-a-plate Sunday brunch. The season began with live D-Jango-esque music from local musicians Tony, Alan and Diane. If you are in the neighbourhood give us a call to get the 2018/9 summer schedule.
Ridgeline Pottery, together with ALL THAT WE ARE and The Australian Ceramics Triennale are excited to offer an opportunity for two emerging potters / ceramic artists to be part of a wood firing mentorship residency at Ridgeline in the lead up to the Australian Ceramics Triennale event in May 2019.
Apply to be part of an incredible wood firing experience featuring Peta & Ben Richardson, Elisa Helland-Hansen, Anne Mette Hjortshoj, Nancy Fuller, Kelly Austin and Isaac Patmore; while staying as an artist-in-residence next door at ALL THAT WE ARE for the duration of the opportunity. Then jump in to the Australian Ceramics Triennale team & get in on all of the Triennale action!
This is a rare opportunity that offers an extraordinary experience of place, creativity, collaboration, and professional development.