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Teaching Artists, Audiences and Communities

Sydney Opera House via Kadenze

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This course introduces teaching artists to the core principles which underpin successful engagement with audiences and communities.

The course features case studies from the work of the Queensland Performing Arts Centre (Queensland, Australia) and introduces different approaches and knowledge required to work with multiple and diverse contexts and communities.

Areas covered include: building projects and activities to deepen engagement with works of art, commissioning new work, understanding the transferability of teaching artist skill sets, connections with audiences and communities and an examination of collaboration and co-creation.

Taught by

Judith McLean and Rebecca Lamoin
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