Extending the Reach: Education and Public Programming Skills Workshop
Length: 10.30am - 3.30pm, Friday 1 December 2017
Location: Gladstone Regional Art Gallery & Museum
Level: Aimed at Arts & Cultural workers, volunteers and community groups
Availability: 20 participants max - must RSVP!
What's provided: All materials provided as well as morning tea and lunch
Quality education and public programs have the potential to connect with new audiences and build strong connections with your local community.
This workshop will explore a broad range of education and public programs with a focus on best practice, participation and innovation. Participants will be able to draw ideas and inspiration to enhance their programming, and identify challenges and opportunities present in their community.
Register now as spaces are limited.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone (07) 4976 6766
This workshop is an initiative of Museums & Galleries Queensland, supported by the Visual Arts and Craft Strategy, an initiative of the Australian, state and territory governments.
JODI FERRARI completed a Bachelor of Arts (double major Art History) at the University of Queensland in 1999 and Master of Education (Visual Arts) at University of Technology, Sydney, in 2001. She has been working in regional galleries in New South Wales and Queensland for over 15 years. Jodi has held professional roles in Public Programs and Education at SH Ervin Gallery, Sydney; Gosford Regional Gallery, NSW; and Gold Coast City Gallery, QLD. She has also worked in touring exhibitions with Museums & Galleries Queensland. Jodi joined Tweed Regional Gallery & Margaret Olley Art Centre, NSW as Education and Audience Development Officer in December 2015.