-> STORIES FROM THE FUTURE
This Stories from the Future gathering workshop invites lutruwita / Tasmania based creatives, arts workers, artists and storytellers who identify as First Nations, migrant, CALD (culturally and linguistically diverse), POC (people of colour), humanitarian entrant or refugee backgrounds together to imagine an equitable future.
In these one-day workshop gatherings held throughout the country, participants are guided through a process of shared visioning to imagine what changes might be possible, how they might happen and the legacy we will leave behind; shared in a tangible action plan between creatives, arts workers and decision makers in the arts.
The free lutruwita / Tasmania based workshop will be held in partnership with Diversity Arts, Nayri Niara, Moonah Arts Centre, Tasmania Performs and Multicultural Youth Tasmania.
-> WORKSHOP DETAILS
The one day workshops feature regular breaks including a free lunch and drinks.
Participants can choose one free workshop (12:30pm – 4:30pm) to attend from the two options below:
- 2 December 2021 – Workshop facilitated by Ruth Langford at The LongHouse with Nayri Niara.
- 10 December 2021 – Workshop facilitated by Sharifah Emalia Al-Gadrie at Moonah Arts Cente.
Invitations with details will be emailed before each workshop.
The workshop gathering is an opportunity for creatives and creative workers to connect in a reflective retreat and networking environment.
Choose your workshop
Stories From The Future Tasmania – lutruwita is presented in partnership with Diversity Arts, Nayri Niara, Moonah Arts Centre, Tasmania Performs and Multicultural Youth Tasmania with core funding from the Australia Council for the Arts.