Panel Discussions 

Proudly Supported by  Metro Arts & bRUNSWICK Mechanics Institute 

 

We are extremely excited to announce our June mous magazine INFORM panel discussions. Each month we will host a panel where industry professionals will answer questions and provide insight into their field.

This year, our panel discussions will take place in both Brisbane and Melbourne each month. This month we’ll be discussing different topics at our Brisbane and Melbourne panel.

Once again, our Brisbane panel discussions will be supported by our continuing partnership with the fantastic people at Metro Arts. This year, we are also very excited to announce a new partnership with Brunswick Mechanics Institute, which will be the home of our Melbourne panel discussions.

 

Melbourne Panel: Creative Practice & Sex work

This month our Melbourne panel is all about sex work and creativity. Joining our panel will be author Leigh Hopkinson, film maker Jane Ayers and graphic designer and artist Harley Barnes-Roos. Click here to read more about our panellists and their practice. This panel will take and in-depth look at the good, the bad and the ugly of both sex work and creative practice and how those two industries can become intertwined for practitioners. Through this honest conversation with we hope to get to the core of the relationship between sex work and creative practice by focusing on real experiences. 


A special thanks goes to Exotic Cancer who is  another talented sex worker and creative practitioner who designed the image for this event.  

Limited early bird tickets are on sale now, so head to Eventbrite to book your ticket or click here for more details on the panel or to submit a question to the panel! 

 

Brisbane Panel: Women in Creative Business 

 Image from Bonnie Hislop

Image from Bonnie Hislop

This month our Brisbane panel is all about female-led creative businesses and the women who run them. Joining our panel will be some very influential women in the Brisbane creative scene; Alice Veivers, Amy Crow and Bonnie Hislop.  At this panel you can expect to hear about the trials and triumphs these women have experienced in their businesses plus some practical tips for budding creative entrepreneurs. 


This panel will not sugar-coat life running a creative business and will instead be an honest conversation about the reality of running a creative business as a woman in 2018. Click here to read more about our panellists and their practice.


Limited early bird tickets are on sale now, so head to Eventbrite to book your ticket and click here for more details  about our panel or to submit a question to our panellists!