|Bogong Centre for Sound Culture - Strategies for a Sustainable Arts Practice
Bogong Centre for Sound Culture Masterclass Series
Strategies for a Sustainable Arts Practice
1 Nov 2014 — 02 Nov 2014
Masterclass presented by Dr Philip Samartzis
Strategies for a Sustainable Arts Practice is a two day masterclass designed to introduce students and emerging artists to various opportunities that can strategically be used to design and implement a sustainable career in the arts. The masterclass comprises discussions on arts funding; philanthropic organisations; artist in residence programs; exhibition and publication strategies; curatorial concepts; research and scholarship; and marketing and promotion. Dr Philip Samartzis will draw on his experience as a scholar, artist, researcher and curator for various examples and case studies.
Dr Philip Samartzis is a sound artist, academic and curator who has performed and exhibited widely. Outcomes of his work have been presented at The Cartier Foundation for Contemporary Art, Paris, The South African National Museum, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art are to name a few. He has undertaken fieldwork in remote regions such as Davis Station in Eastern Antarctica, Macquarie Island and more recently has completed a three-year study of indigenous communities in The Kimberley
Bogong Centre for Sound Culture is situated within the Victorian Alps in North East Victoria. The BCSC supports cultural initiatives investigating the history and ecology of the Australian Alps.
Please refer to the website for Masterclass details and Terms and Conditions