development exchange

Vogue Codes: Summit Tue 12 Jun, 8.15am Vogue Codes Summit is in Melbourne for the first time on June 12. Hear from Instagram’s Eva Chen, Go-To’s Zoë Foster Blake and Vogue’s editor-in-chief Edwina McCann. Join the Vogue Codes movement today. Book now and enter the code VCP18 for 20% off tickets. Cost $458.66 Venue MAIA, Docklands PAST PROGRAM Adrienne Truscott: Downtown Performance Making Masterclass Sat 14 & Sun 15 Jul, 12–6pm Genre-straddling New York City based performance artist and maker Adrienne Truscott leads a performance making masterclass series with Melbourne Fringe looking at methods of translating your weirdest, random, autobiographical, unique and idiosyncratic impulses into performance. Performer Adrienne Truscott Cost Free, bookings essential Venue Hamer Hall Stage Door
32 Southgate Avenue, Southbank
Career Development Workshops Sat 9 Jun, 1–5pm The Melbourne International Jazz Festival invites you to join industry experts and practitioners for a series of interactive forums exploring multiple aspects of developing your career as a musician and showcasing your work to broader audiences. The all-star lineup of Australian and international artists and arts managers includes: Travis Woods (Horns of Leroy), Marcus Strickland (Christian McBride’s New Jawn, Twi-Life), Julien Wilson (LionShareRecords), Owen Wilson (PBS FM), Chelsea Wilson (Brunswick Music Festival, Stonnington Jazz Festival), Jenny Branagan (APRA AMCOS).

Topics include:
Career Management – 1pm
Marketing, Promotions & Brand Management – 2.30pm
Recording, Broadcasting & Distribution – 4pm
Facilitators Owen McKern, Nicholas Albanis, Chelsea Wilson Cost Free, bookings essential Venue The Channel, Arts Centre Melbourne
100 St Kilda Road, Melbourne
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The Future of Art and Creative Technology Sat 28 Jul – Sun 29 Jul A program of knowledge exchange between the New York and Melbourne cultural and creative industries. Explore the intersection of digital culture and technology to reveal new models of creating, presenting and preserving culture in the post-digital, networked world. Guests Kelani Nichole & Ben Fino-Radin Preserving the Near Future – Digital Preservation Symposium Sat 28 Jul, 10am–6pm

Venue ACMI
Federation Square, Corner of Swanston Street & Flinders Street, Melbourne

Cost from $110–$150

The View from NYC – Emerging Trends and Issues in Digital Art and Culture Sun 29 Jul, 3pm

Venue ACMI
Federation Square, Corner of Swanston Street & Flinders Street, Melbourne

Cost $15–$22

Getting to Carnegie Hall Mon 16 Jul In partnership with Melbourne Recital Centre, representatives from Carnegie Hall and the Juilliard School – two of the world’s leading creative institutions – participate in an in-depth discussion about artist development, international connections and the future of music performance.

Session 1 – Mon 16 Jul, 11am–1pm
Session 2 – Mon 16 Jul, 6–7.15pm
Speakers Amy Rhodes, Director, Ensemble Connect, Carnegie Hall; Ben Sosland, Assistant Dean for the Kovner Fellowships, Administrative Director of Juilliard Historical Performance; Susan De Weger, program consultant; Hoang Pham, concert pianist; Sarah Wade, Music Programming at MRC; Hywel Sims, General Manager Musica Viva Victoria Cost Free, bookings essential Venue Melbourne Recital Centre
31 Sturt Street, Southbank
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Turning Pain into Art with Mari Andrew Thu 21 Jun, 6.30–8.30pm Writer, illustrator and Instagram sensation Mari Andrew joins The School of Life for an exclusive and intimate hands-on workshop in learning how to turn your pain into art. Cost $200–$250 Venue The White House
11 Princes Street, St Kilda
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Footscray&Brooklyn Performance Poetry Workshops Sat 28 Jul, 1–3pm DJ Jive Poetic, Brooklyn based, internationally renowned poet and titan of the spoken word facilitates a performance poetry workshop to get you writing and speaking out loud! Performers DJ Jive Poetic Cost Free, bookings essential Venue Footscray Community Arts Centre
45 Moreland Street, Footscray
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