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‘Creating Out Loud’ Peer Learning Program

For the fourth instalment of the 2021 Australian Theatre Forum’s Deconstructed event, TNA and Dr. Kate Power from the University of Queensland are hosting Creating Out Loud, a guided peer-learning program for one-hour, once a week for 7 weeks for artists and arts workers.

The goal of Creating Out Loud is to allow a space to rethink current practices and extend professional networks through group discussions and individual reflection. Topics include: facilitation, peer coaching, communicating value, sustainability, wellbeing, business models, and artistic practice. The program commences on the 5th of October and runs until the 17th of November.

TNA will provide the 32 participants with financial support including a $200 mental health allowance, $200 for developing your knowledge literacy in access, inclusion and diversity through professional development/training, and independents will also receive a $350 payment for participating in the program.

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