• arts & culture
  • aboriginal

24 January 2019

Registrations are now open for the Fair Play Symposium in Melbourne, a two-day event focusing on practical ways to improve equity and inclusion within Victoria’s arts and creative industries.

Fair Play Symposium 2019

Taking place on 26 and 27 February, the Symposium will bring together knowledge, best practice and lived experiences from First Nations, disability and culturally and linguistically diverse communities in February.

Attendees will have the chance to learn from presenters including Deborah Williams (Creative Diversity Network), Caroline Bowditch (Arts Access Victoria), Eugenia Flynn (Blak Dot Gallery), Jeremy Smith (Australia Council), Veronica Pardo (Multicultural Arts Victoria) and more.

Representatives from across Victoria’s creative industries are welcome, including individual practitioners, those from both not-for-profit and commercial organisations and those identifying or working within the First Nations, disability and culturally diverse communities.

The Symposium is supported through Creative Victoria’s Diversity and Inclusion program.

26-27 February at The Wheeler Centre. Further information and ticket details. Places are limited.