Miriam Slater and Kirsten Wehner are the two Artists-in-Residence for Cross-Sector Engagement in the UC and Belco Arts’ Creative Recovery and Resilience Residents. In this video, we sat down with the Emerging Creative Producer Zora Pang and staff at Belco Arts and UC to ask what cross-sector engagement means to them and to see how these residencies are working to shape the arts landscape in Canberra.
- Jack Lloyd, the executive director and co-CEO of Belco Arts talking from the lounge space at Belco Arts;
- Vahri Mckenzie, Research Fellow in Arts and Health from the UC Centre for Creative and Cultural Research talking from the UC filming studio;
- Denise Thwaites, an assistant professor in digital arts from the UC Centre for Creative and Cultural Research talking from outside of the workshop at UC;
- Cathy Hope, Director of Engagament from the UC Faculty of Arts and Design talking from a foyer space at UC;
- Chenoeh Miller the Live Programs Officer at Belco Arts;
- Zora Pang the emerging creative producer of this residency program talking from the Belco Arts gallery space;
- The video especially showed us a few key spaces to the project, such as Workshop 7 at UC, where big machinery, tools and technology are featured, the robotics lab, and a diverse range of creative space at Belco Arts like the theatre, rehearsal room, gallery and office.
UC and Belco Arts’ Creative Recovery and Resilience Residencies for Cross-Sector Engagement and Digital Innovation are programs that model distinct ways to cultivate long-term relationships and professional development, which can have an enduring impact for participating artists and organisations.
This project is part of the ACT Government’s Creative Recovery and Resilience Program.
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🎥 Filmed and edited by Nic Vevers