Arts Pathway Program
Interested in acting or finding out more about roles in the performing arts industry? Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander? Want to have fun and meet deadly people?
Arts Pathway Program is back for 2018!
Arts Pathway Program is a three-day workshop series for First Nations people aged 16+ interested in developing careers in the arts, giving participants a strong foundational understanding of the arts industry and knowledge of options for further training and employment.
ActNow Theatre recognises the crucial need to support Indigenous Australians in developing strong pathways into the arts. Led by First Nations artists Alexis West and Kiara Milera, supported by ActNow Associate Director Yasmin Gurreeboo, the program will provide insight in how to become a professional actor, artist or arts worker. Over three days participants will meet with a variety of key people in the industry, learn what is involved in studying acting and for other arts careers, and meet like minded people and have fun. No prior experience is necessary.
What previous participants have said:
“Nobody tells you what to expect in an audition so you kind of just go in blind so it’s good to know just a few key things that might help you get in or get the part”.
“It brings out someone’s shame, it brings it out and there’s no shame”.
When: Tuesday 25 September – Thursday 27 September 2018, 10am – 5pm
Celebration and meeting with Industry representatives Thursday 5pm – 6pmTuesday 25 September – Thursday 27 September 2018
Where: Adelaide CBD
Cost: Free. Catering provided. Register here.
ActNow is able to support participants from regional SA to apply for funding to cover their travel and accommodation costs. Please contact us for more information.
Contact Yasmin firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 08 8123 0346 for further information
This project was developed by ActNow Theatre in partnership with Yunggorendi Student Engagement, Flinders University Drama Centre, State Theatre Company of South Australia and Kurruru Arts and Culture Hub and Kura Yerlo Inc, and is supported by Arts South Australia.