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A connected art collective can bring artists together to stay focused and passionate for the challenging path they’re taking through the creative industries. Learn how to create a dynamic collective
A connected art collective can bring artists together to stay focused and passionate for the challenging path they’re taking through the creative industries. Learn how to create a dynamic collective which shifts your fellow creatives from being your competition to your colleagues, best friends and closest allies. You will:
– Explore how you can shift your mindset to embrace collaboration and how it can support your career and creative process
– Examine a range of programs and projects that have resulted in a dynamic art collective
– Look at professional development pathways you can employ to immediately to progress your career
Examples will be provided from the Fraser Coast Art Collective, which has experienced rapid industry growth and established a solid platform for artists in the region. Learn how they tapped into the talent, skills and opportunities within their local creative community and how you can do the same.
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Sustaining a dynamic art collective
Thursday, April 16, 2020 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM
|FAA Members and Non-Members||FREE|
Susie Lewis is the Director of Fraser Coast Art Gallery and Academy, an organisation developed specifically to raise the profile and professionalism of artists and programs developing on the Fraser Coast and is home to both Fraser Coast Art Collective and the artist run initiative ELEVEN. In her capacity as director, Susie has worked as an artist, curator, mentor and industry educator with a Bachelor of Arts (Fine Art) and has been nominated for an Australia Day Award for services to the Arts in her region. Susie has developed and co-ordinated projects that have led to record breaking numbers of viewers attending the opening of an exhibition at Hervey Bay Regional Gallery. Known for her relentless drive and determination to grow an industry that serves artists to develop sustainable careers, she has won several awards for her art work and contributions to her region
Karen M. Andersen creates abstract art birthed from her deep and seemingly unrelated interests in science, coastal living, and her challenges with depression and anxiety. Merged with her tertiary studies in fine art, biological and human sciences, small business, and specialised masterclasses (including working with renowned Australian abstractionist Ken Done), Karen has forged an award-winning art career with her work being held in collections across Australia, Britain, Europe, and the United States. Karen is highly valued in her role as Gallery Assistant for and is represented by Fraser Coast Art Gallery as a founding member of ELEVEN, Karen also is a co-ordinator of Australia Day Award nominated Fraser Coast Art Collective and President of the non for profit organisation Artists For Change.