COMMUNITY ONLY – PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT WORKSHOP

Join contemporary artist Hayley Millar-Baker and arts professional and academic Steven Rhall (Taungurung) for a round table discussion and Q&A on artist marketing, branding and online presence. Hear from the artists about the paths they have taken to exhibiting and presenting work to different audiences, their personal perspectives of being an artist, along with advice on marketing, branding, setting up a website and social media engagement.

Finish off the day by getting your own professional headshot/portrait, taken by Hayley, which you can use for your own marketing purposes, as well as one-on-one chats with Steven about your practice.

Sunday 17 March 2019

10:00am – 1:00pm

FREE

Level 3, The Yarra Building, Federation Square, Cnr Swanston Street & Flinders Streets Melbourne VIC 3000.

BOOK HERE.

THIS EVENT IS FOR ABORIGINAL & TORRES STRAIT ISLANDER COMMUNITY ONLY.

Tea, coffee and morning tea provided.

For more information call 86626300.

Hayley Millar-Baker is a contemporary artist known for her photographic works and multi-modal installations. With a variety of narrative techniques, including assemblage, text, and story-boarding, Millar-Baker examines both personal and collective realities of Aboriginality and contemporary culture –engaging with subjects surrounding her existence as a South-East Aboriginal woman living in colonised spaces.

Steven Rhall is a Birrarung-ga based arts professional and academic. His studio practice often involves installation, public art and exhibition/curatorial projects which extend to a Phd based research concerned with a historiography of First Nation exhibition practice. Steve also lectures at the Victorian College of the Arts in Birrarung-ga (Melbourne, Australia), and enjoys running, dogs and spicy food.