Emilya joins SAMAG Panel: Sydney Arts Management Advisory Group

Art Pharmacy Consulting is excited to announce that Emilya Colliver will be speaking as a key policy and political stakeholder at the SAMAG (Sydney Arts Management Advisory Group's 'Lock out laws: the Arts & Cultural Impact' conversation on Monday, August 27.

Far from being a settled topic, the Sydney lock Out Laws have remained in place despite the heated opposition from many. Where does the arts sector fit in and are there opportunities to be had in this new cultural norm? 

This seminar will also turn a lens in on the arts sector to consider the impact of gentrification across Sydney and ask if this is another kind of lock out.

The Hon. John Graham, MLC, Convenor: Labor loves Live Music
Emilya Colliver: founder and director of Art Pharmacy Online Gallery and member of the City of Sydney’s Nightlife and Creative Sector Advisory Panel
Andrew Levins: (DJ Levins): member of Keep Sydney Open
aschal Dantes Berry: Program Coordinator, Blacktown Arts Centre
Chair: Clara Edwards:Lawyer, Arts Law Centre of Australia and SAMAG Committee member

We will discuss the effect of the lock out laws on the arts and the impact of the arts on local communities.

Read more about the event, and book tickets through the link below. Hope to see you there!