- Ability to manage, market and protect Indigenous product in local, national and international contexts
- Gain practical skills in critical analysis, problem solving, report writing, team work, and oral and written communication
- Contribute to a range of visual and performing arts environments as artistic collaborators and leaders
- Understand how the visual and performing arts connect with the broader society and contribute to its social and economic development
The VCA’s Wilin Centre for Indigenous Arts and Cultural Development delivers Australia’s only graduate course in Indigenous Arts Management. The course provides specialist training, knowledge and skills for the preparation for leadership roles in the Indigenous arts sector.
Open to domestic applicants of all cultural and professional backgrounds, this course is designed to facilitate empowerment and self-determination amongst visual and performing artists, arts workers, cultural managers and community leaders seeking to manage, market and protect Indigenous product in local, national and international contexts.
The course is delivered in four one-week intensives, taught in July, August, September and October 2016.