Training

Growing Pains in the Arts

Getting good at fundraising, entrepreneurship and governance

Presented by Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra & Arts Tasmania

RSVP FREE HERE

About the program

The Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra together with Arts Tasmania are thrilled to present the 2023 Growing Pains in the Arts seminar series. These are practical, hands-on workshops supporting the development of revenue generating skills for Tasmania’s small-to-medium creative sector and individual artists. Thanks to the support of Arts Tasmania the workshops are free to attend.

This year, we are focusing on planning successful digital fundraising campaigns, building resilience and entrepreneurship in the sector, and exploring the pillars of good governance.

Importantly, participants will have the opportunity to spend time with and learn from each other and become part of a rich and diverse alumni group with the potential to change the outlook of the Tasmanian arts and cultural sector. Please join us!

Who should attend?

The program is open to all organisations and individual artists working in performing and visual arts and the wider creative industries. It will suit those responsible for managing arts and cultural organisations, and early-to-mid career arts and creative industries managers. It is also open to post-graduate and final-year students studying creative industries disciplines.

Each module will address key principles of fundraising, marketing, communications and governance and provide time to discuss and workshop current issues.

Course Convenors and Moderators:

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Steven Richardson
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Tony Grybowski

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Susan Eldridge

UPCOMING SESSIONS

nipaluna / Hobart

How to be an exceptional arts board member

The things that director courses don't teach you.

Presented by TSO and Tony Grybowski
Date: Monday 30 October, 5:30 - 7pm
Location: TSO Studio, 1 Davey Street, nipaluna / Hobart

Launceston

How to be an exceptional arts board member

The things that director courses don't teach you.

Presented by TSO and Tony Grybowski
Date: Tuesday 31 October, 5:30 - 7pm
Location: UTAS Inveresk Library, Launceston

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