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The Media Resource Centre’s Public Forum, 2 September, Adelaide
Held on Tuesday 2 September, 5.30pm at Mercury Cinema, the forum will discuss the impact of the cuts to the emerging screen sector by Screen Australia. The meeting will ask: “Do we want to respond collectively to the cuts?” and “How do we fix the problem of the removal of the incubation and career pathways to the screen industry?”. Simultaneous meetings will be held across the country. Read more

Creative Partnerships Australia National Roadshow, 10 September, Adelaide
Creative Partnerships Australia will travel to all capital cities in September 2014 to announce funding and industry development programs for the year ahead, and to provide information on the many services provided to increase private sector support for the arts. Join Matthew Morse, Executive Director of Strategy and Programs, as he unveils Creative Partnerships’ programs and strategy, and presents an industry insider briefing. The Adelaide session will be held on Wednesday 10 September, 4pm at The Science Exchange, RiAus. Read more

CHASS National Forum: Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences and the Public Good, 8-9 October, Melbourne
Over the course of two days, academics, researchers, political leaders, policy makers and arts practitioners will explore, debate and develop future strategies for the humanities, arts and social sciences to contribute to public good. The forum features David Malouf, Hugh Mackay, Frank Furedi, Julie Hare, Denise Meredyth, Michael Kirby, Ian Chubb, George Brandis and much more. This year’s forum will include the inaugural CHASS Australia Prizes Dinner at Parliament of Victoria. Early bird registrations close 31 August. Read more

Regional Arts Australia Summit: ‘Arts & Edges’, 16-19 October, Kalgoorlie
Country Arts WA will host what has become the largest gathering of regional artists and artsworkers. Part conference, part festival, Arts & Edges offers a unique experience of forward-looking approaches. Be inspired, learn, teach, present, network and make a change. Share an experience of desert life and join the conversations shaping our future at Australia’s best connected Summit in Kalgoorlie-Boulder. Read more

Arts Activated National Conference, 28-29 October, Sydney
The leading arts and disability conference in Australia, Arts Activated showcases the accomplishments of people with disability, as artists, leaders, audience and advocates, alongside the collective efforts of their supporters. Across a two-day event, the Conference provides the perfect opportunity to explore, debate, discuss, connect and galvanise the growing culture of inclusive arts practice. Read more

Australian Theatre Forum, 21-23 January 2015, Sydney
The Australian Theatre Forum is an industry event for professional theatre practitioners, producers and commentators that welcomes participation from all parts of the industry – independents and project based collectives, small to medium and major companies, producing venues and festivals. Produced by Theatre Network Victoria (TNV), the Australian Theatre Forum is an event that generates discussion around contemporary practice, policy, sustainability and audiences. It is attended by artists, presenters, producers, managers and policy-makers. The fourth edition will be held during Sydney Festival 2015, and will be curated by theatre maker David Williams. Read more