Conference | Future Forward

Future forward

Last week’s Federal Budget disappointed the nation in failing to offer a vision for championing and strengthening Australia’s contemporary arts.

That means it’s up to us.

Join us for Future/Forward in Canberra
14-15 August 2018
National Gallery of Australia and Parliament House

Future/Forward will ignite the nation’s capital with timely collaboration on how best to advance rights, sustain incomes and develop practice in Australia today.

NAVA’s been giving a lot of thought to exactly this question. At Future/Forward, we’re going to launch the commitments we’re making to the sector through our new Strategic Plan. And top of our list is the Code of Practice for the Professional Australian Visual Arts, Craft and Design Sector.

What needs to go into the updated Code? How do we make that Code enforceable? How will we create policy change, redress inequity and take action together?

Our first day at the National Gallery of Australia will focus on negotiating the institutional aspects of professional practice. Our second day at Parliament House will focus on the politics of policy change. Each day will offer a blend of talks, hypotheticals, scenarios, games and case studies that get us thinking actively.

We welcome artists to attend, participate and lead new conversations. Abdul Abdullah, Fiona Foley, Patricia Piccinini, Peter White and pvi collective are confirmed so far.

We welcome organisational, government and philanthropic leaders to join us and participate actively.

Whether you’re joining us in Canberra or online, we’re planning two days of focused artistic thinking for creative action.

Who’s in?

14-15 August 2018
National Gallery of Australia and Parliament House

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