How to sing, dance, paint and play our way out of COVID-19

15 July 2020

6.30 pm - 7.30 pm

What’s next for the arts to survive and thrive?

COVID-19 has kept us indoors and has had a devastating effect on the music and arts industries. Join WOMAD co-founder, legendary Glastonbury booker and the Foundation’s very first Thinker in Residence (2013), Martin Elbourne as we discuss the social, cultural, political, industrial and economic impacts of the pandemic on our live music and arts industry. We’ll ask; what’s next for the industry?

Martin will be joined by leading South Australian arts experts, as they bring their local expertise to the virtual stage. How can we work with communities to build new environments in which arts can thrive and be sustained? Book your tickets to find out!

Facilitated by Heather Croall, CEO and Artistic Director, Adelaide Fringe

Speakers:

  • Martin Elbourne, Former Don Dunstan Foundation Thinker in Residence (2013)
  • Beck Pearce, Director, Office of Adelaide UNESCO City of Music
  • Rachel Healy, Artistic Director, Adelaide Festival
  • Rhana Devenport, Director, Art Gallery of South Australia

Biographies available here.

Tickets: $10. Cost supports the Foundation’s work in social justice. If you are experiencing financial difficulty and you would like to attend, please contact dunstan.foundation@adelaide.edu.au

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Presented by the Don Dunstan Foundation. Thanks to our event sponsors, Arts SA and the Music Development Office. Thank you to our Foundation major partners University of Adelaide and Flinders University.