Amplifier Art Talk: Can I Get A Witness?

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$10 for Propel members / $20 for non-members / $5 live stream

So, you can create. You know you have a talent and you’re already honing your skills. Now you want to be taken seriously.

Once you decide to be an artist, no matter what you create, you will need a witness to your work.

How do you get noticed in an industry of a million artists?

Propel’s Amplifier Art Talk: Can I Get A Witness? invites you to step up to the task, as we bring together another panel of industry experts to show you different ways to share your art and what to expect when people start paying attention.

The internet provides unprecedented levels of connectivity throughout the world, creating new opportunities to carve out your niche in unexpected places. Can the internet help you be the artist you want to be? What about more traditional forms of exposure, such as exhibitions, festivals, competitions and submissions to magazines?

Wouldn’t it be nice if someone could help you read the industry and suggest where to focus your efforts towards gaining exposure?

By bringing together a network of artists to listen to a panel of experts, we invite you to share the secrets of each form.

What can a photographer offer you as a writer? Or a graphic artist? Could you collaborate with a dancer? Or a painter? Or a circus clown? What happens when artists from multiple fields share their knowledge?

Join the discussion. Join the experiment. Get yourself seen!

Australian artist Kyle Hughes-Odgers - who has exhibited artwork and created large scale public art across the globe - will join this month's panel, with remaining panelists to be announced closer to the event, which will be held at the Central Institute of Technology in Northbridge.

Amplifier Art Talk: Can I Get A Witness? would not be possible without the generous support of the Government of Western Australia through the Department of Culture and The Arts and the Central Institute of Technology.
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By: Propel Youth Arts WA