Celebrating (and revitalising?) Lowdown Magazine
Helen Hristofski (Barking Gecko) was recently avoiding doing budgets, and found boxes of old Lowdown magazines. She loved seeing Noel Jordan flexing his biceps, Graeme Gavin’s mullet, Wesley Enoch in high-top sneakers… and shoulder pads and fringe perms on the ladies! But she also loved the rich articles and is proposing a pilot Lowdown 2.0. Articles, papers, research and evaluation would be sought from the sector, along with ‘where are they now’ updates. Helen, along with Sue Giles and Fraser Corfield, will be discussing this with the sector at the ATF and the Youth Arts Summit. In the meantime, Tony Mack’s digital archive is a beautiful thing!
Register for the 2017 National Youth Arts Summit Carclew, Adelaide, Friday 6 October.
Located in and around the iconic Carclew House and immediately following the Australian Theatre Forum, the 2017 National Youth Arts Summit will bring together artists, arts workers and young creatives who are engaged in art making with, and for, children and young people, in all art forms, across the country. Registrations and Info Here.
MASTERCLASS: The artistry of the youth arts facilitator. Sat 7 October, 10am-2pm.
Carclew also invites delegates to stay an extra day to participate in this rare and exciting professional development opportunity for artists working within the youth arts arena. Registrations and Info Here.