Current and Upcoming Events

2016 PAHN Meeting
Host Organisation: Performing Arts Heritage Network
Venue: Lenna of Hobart, Cnr Runnymede Street & Salamanca Place, Battery Point
When: 09:00, 29 Sep 2016 to 17:00, 30 Sep 2016


 
ANNOUNCEMENT: PAHN 2016 Meeting is to be held 29 – 30 September at the Lenna of Hobart, Tasmania.
 
The meeting will include a key speaker, round table discussion and 10- 12 30 minute presentations. An off-site visit to the Theatre Royal is also planned.
  
The program will include:
  • Friends of the Theatre Royal - a presentation on the significance assessment of the theatre. Includes an off site visit to the theatre.
  • Luke Agati, author and historian - A biographical account of a forgotten Tasmanian artist
  • Richard Stone and Karl Levett – Collecting Australian performing arts ephemera in the United States
  • Jenny Fewster, AusStage – The importance of place: clearly identifying and disambiguating sites of performance in data sets for theatre research.
 There are still some openings for individual speakers, and expressions of interest to present at the meeting are invited. A brief outline would be required by 2 September, and we will be in touch shortly afterwards. A final program will be confirmed in mid September.
 
So come and join the discussion and help celebrate Australia’s performing arts past and prepare for its vibrant future.
Registration fees are $80 for members and $90 for non-members for both days, $40 and $45 for one day only.
 
Enquiries can be made to Alexander Sussman or Jenny Fewster.
 

Chair - Alexander Sussman (Library Manager, Southern Cross University)
Deputy Chair - Jenny Fewster (Project  Manager, AusStage)

Contact: Jenny Fewster on 08 8201 5654
Cost: $90.00
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MASA Early Career Workshop: What do I do next?
Host Organisation: Museums Australia
Venue: Ira Raymond Room, Level 3 Hub Central, North Terrace Campus, University of Adelaide
When: 09:00 - 17:30, 10 Nov 2016


Museums Australia SA Branch invites early career professionals to a workshop focusing on careers in museums and galleries, presented as part of MA’s national professional development program.

What do I do next? Building your career in the GLAM sector
A workshop for early career museum and gallery professionals

Museums Australia presents this practical one-day workshop designed for early career professionals to explore their career options in the museums and galleries sector. Participants will undertake a range of exercises to help them examine their career drivers and identify directions for development and progression.

This one day interactive workshop is targeted at early career professionals in any area of the GLAM sector. The workshop program will include:

  • Assessment of your current situation
  • Identifying your career parameters and drivers
  • Identifying development options
  • Developing an action plan for next steps
  • Improving your job-seeking skills
  • Assistance in the preparation or updating of your CV/resume

In preparation for the workshop, participants will be invited to complete preliminary online questionnaires.

Numbers are limited to 12 places.

When: Thursday 10 November 2016
Time: 9:00am for 9:30am – 5:30pm
Where: Ira Raymond Room, Level 3 Hub Central
North Terrace Campus, The University of Adelaide

Cost:
MA Members $300
Non-members: $400

Included: Catering is included.
A combined networking function for both early career and mid career professionals attending workshops will be held on Thursday 10 November at 6pm in the Ira Raymond Room – please confirm your attendance on registration.

Registration: Opens 19 September 2016
                     Closes 31 October 2016

Contact: ma@museumsaustralia.org.au, 02 6230 0346

To get the member rate: LOG IN with your member details and then return to this page. You may need to refresh the page. If you can't see the member rate, please contact us.

Facilitator Kate Cowie

  • Formerly Deputy Director, Interpretation and Programs, at the Museum of Australian Democracy at Old Parliament House
  • Has worked in private, government and museum sectors in policy, program and management roles
  • Has undertaken Museum Leadership Programs run by the Getty Institute, Los Angeles, and Museums Australia
  • Long interest in career development, the structure of the museum sector and in working with museum professionals on career issues
  • Works as a mentor under the Australia Council's Emerging Leaders program
     

REGISTER NOW

 

Contact: ma@museumsaustralia.org.au on 0262300346
Cost: $400.00
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MASA Mid-Career Workshop: Onwards and Upwards
Host Organisation: Museums Australia
Venue: Ira Raymond Room, Level 3 Hub Central, North Terrace Campus, University of Adelaide
When: 09:00 - 17:30, 11 Nov 2016


Museums Australia SA Branch invites mid-career professionals to a workshop focusing on careers in museums and galleries, presented as part of MA’s national professional development program.

Onwards and Upwards: Navigating your career in the GLAM sector
A workshop for mid-career museum and gallery professionals

Museums Australia presents this practical one-day workshop designed for mid-career professionals in any area of the GLAM sector. The workshop and its pre-work is intended to provide practical tools and strategies. Individuals will be guided through a structured process to help them gain self-knowledge and skills to work through their career issues. This workshop also aims to assist mid-career professionals develop team skills and communication strategies to work more effectively in their organisations. The workshop will:

  • Identify your career parameters and drivers
  • Assist you to work through your career and work-life issues
  • Use a range of tools and instruments including the Team Management Profile System (TMP®)*
  • Help you to gain insights into your working environment and how to improve your skills in working with colleagues, leaders and subordinates
  • Uncover simple communication strategies to get the most out of yourself and others
  • Develop an action plan encompassing career plans, goals and timetables for realistic options
  • Provide practical tips to improve your job-seeking skills
  • Assist in the preparation or updating of your curriculum vitae/resume

In preparation for the workshop, participants will be invited to complete preliminary online questionnaires.

Numbers are limited to 12 places.

When: Friday 11 November 2016
Time: 9:00am for 9:30am – 5:30pm
Where: Ira Raymond Room, Level 3 Hub Central
North Terrace Campus, The University of Adelaide

Cost:
MA Members $425 (includes TMP® Profile)
Non-members: $525 (includes TMP® Profile)

Included: Catering is included.
A combined networking function for both early career and mid-career professionals attending workshops will be held on Thursday 10 November at 6pm in the Ira Raymond Room – please confirm your attendance on registration.

Registration: Opens 19 September 2016
                     Closes 31 October 2016

Contact: ma@museumsaustralia.org.au or 02 6230 0346

To get the member rate: LOG IN with your member details and then return to this page. You may need to refresh the page. If you can't see the member rate, please contact us.

Facilitator Kate Cowie

  • Formerly Deputy Director, Interpretation and Programs, at the Museum of Australian Democracy at Old Parliament House
  • Has worked in private, government and museum sectors in policy, program and management roles
  • Has undertaken Museum Leadership Programs run by the Getty Institute, Los Angeles, and Museums Australia
  • Long interest in career development, the structure of the museum sector and in working with museum professionals on career issues
  • Works as a mentor under the Australia Council's Emerging Leaders program

* TMP® Profile is a system which focuses on enhancing understanding of an individual's approach to work, and provides constructive, work-based information outlining an individual's work preferences, based on the Team Management Wheel, and the strengths that an individual brings to a team. www.tmsworldwide.com/

REGISTER NOW

 

Contact: ma@museumsaustralia.org.au on 0262300346
Cost: $525.00
 Register Now 



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