Arts South Australia’s Independent Makers and Presenters Program (IMPP) is hosting an open panel discussion about project and professional development funding opportunities for independent writers.
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The panel will include funded authors and Arts South Australia peer assessors Dr Cameron Raynes and Dr Danielle Clode.
When: Monday 25 June, 5.00 – 6.00pm
Where: Arts South Australia, Wakefield House, 30 Wakefield Street, Adelaide
About the panellists:
Dr Cameron Raynes is an Adelaide based writer and educator. His published works include First Person Shooter, The Last Protector and The Colour of Kerosene, for which he received the prestigious Josephine Ulrick Literary Prize in 2008. Cameron currently teaches Aboriginal History, Contemporary Aboriginal Issues and Creative Writing at the University of South Australia.
Dr Danielle Clode is the author of numerous literary non-fiction publications, including Voyages of the South Seas, A Future in Flames and The Wasp and the Orchid. She is the recipient of the Victorian Premier’s Literary Award for non-fiction, Whitley Award for popular zoology and has been shortlisted for the Children’s Book Council of Australia award. Danielle is currently a Senior Research Fellow in the College of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences at Flinders University.
RSVP to Julia Moretti, Arts Development Officer, Independent Makers and Presenters Program on email@example.com by no later than 5pm Thursday June 21.
RSVP is essential as numbers are limited.