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Jim Lawson is an artist, educator and manager. He works across the arts, education and corporate sectors, locally and globally. Jim is the recipient of several awards for his work as a performer and director and has also worked extensively in television and film. More recently, Jim has managed and/or developed several distinctive programs for the Education Young People and Families team at the Arts Centre, Melbourne, such as Arts Connect 9, The DocU Project and Big Notes. Jim has lived regionally in Victoria for many years, from the high country to the coast, and has a particular interest in the issues that impact regional and remote artists, educators and communities.
What does Space Invaders have to do with an Eco-cubby? We’re not sure either but we know you will be able to draw your own conclusions at 20/360.
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A bit like railway gauges, every state seems to have its own idiosyncracies and variations when it comes to youth arts one may argue they are overdue for a refresh.
This panel will profile existing models and discuss the state of the nation's respective approaches to youth arts policy. Then engage the audience in an interactive discussion about what they perceive as crucial to an effective model for youth arts policy.Read full summary