When the first COVID-19 lockdowns hit last year, many vulnerable and marginalised communities became immediately more marginalised. In response, Adelaide’s artists and arts organisations took their work online as a way to keep showing up for people suddenly disconnected from their communities, and to make sure their diverse stories and experiences could be shared.
Managing team wellbeing can be a challenge at the best of times – and the best of times seem very far away. As we settle into our newest new-normal, our teams are stressed and preoccupied. Many are still recovering from being distanced from the social, cultural and creative interactions important for their health and happiness.Continue reading “Putting People First in ProBono Australia”
Digital and hybrid work is nothing new – but it has never been so ubiquitous or so clearly understood, nor changed at quite this rapid pace. In a post-COVID creative sector, we need to take the opportunity to reflect on our recent experience and imagine new, hybrid arts organisations that allow for more flexible and effectiveContinue reading “How to Make Digital and Hybrid Work in The Big Idea”
The panic and pivots of COVID-19 have depleted our sector and left all of us exhausted. For those returning to our venues and offices, it’s tempting to go back to our former work and delivery practices – which were, in many ways, were less flexible, less accessible, less diverse, less productive, and certainly less compatibleContinue reading “Don’t Ditch The Digital in ArtsHub”
Thrilled to see Hybrid Future featured on the Books+Publishing website ($). “Former Writers Victoria director Kate Larsen has received funding of $11,475 from the South Australian Arts Recovery Fund to publish a new arts sector resource on digital and hybrid work and delivery. ‘Our Hybrid Future’ will include tools, tips and templates to ‘revisit the logistics andContinue reading “Our Hybrid Future in Books+Publishing”