19nov9:00 am5:00 pmRescheduledConsultations with Alison ShawArtist & Arts worker ConsultationPlease note this event has been rescheduled to 19 November 2021.
(Friday) 9:00 am - 5:00 pm AEST(GMT+10:00) View in my time
Please note these events are in-person at Grasslands Gallery, Tambo. Discuss your career or practice one-on-one with a respected arts industry professional. Alison Shaw is the Community Facilitator at Blackall-Tambo
Please note these events are in-person at Grasslands Gallery, Tambo.
Discuss your career or practice one-on-one with a respected arts industry professional. Alison Shaw is the Community Facilitator at Blackall-Tambo Regional Council and she is a business entrepreneur. Alison can advise you on your career as an arts worker and discuss opportunities for regional artists and workers and guide planning for your arts business. These consultations are being held face-to-face in Tambo at Grassland Art Gallery in Western Queensland. Or, you can request an online consultation via video conference.
Use these 45 minute sessions to discuss matters most relevant to you. Participants will attend in person at Grasslands Gallery, Tambo.
Topics of discussion may include:
– Mapping your career goals, strategies and direction
– Discussing project or exhibition ideas
– Gaining feedback on your portfolio
Participants to Bring:
– Questions, CVs or resumes, resources, artwork, portfolios or other items to discuss during your consultation (digital items recommended).
Alison Shaw is the Community Facilitator at Blackall-Tambo Regional Council. She has worked on a goat dairy, as a wool classer and Jillaroo, a small business entrepreneur and as an Arts and Cultural Officer with Regional Council.
Her Non-Executive Director Board experience includes previous roles as Chairman VAST Arts, Regional Director Arts Link Queensland, and Board Member of the Rural Business Collective. Having dropped out of uni as a young woman to travel around Australia after leaving her native New Zealand, she also decided to resume tertiary studies as a mature age student and in 2016 completed a Marketing degree. She also runs the famous Queensland Tambo Teddies brand.