|Date:||Thursday, 11 June 2020|
|Time:||3.30 to 4.30pm|
|Venue:||Zoom – FREE
Registered attendees will receive a link via email prior to the event
|Tickets:||Register your attendance|
In the middle of May ENVi wrote a description for our next Silver Linings session:
As our cultural organisations and workplaces re-imagine themselves in a variety of reopening scenarios we take a moment to consider what programming might look like in a post-pandemic Victoria.
But the future has come sooner than everyone thought, and ‘re-imagining’ is not the leisurely, considered approach we thought it might be.
Join us again on Zoom to consider what we might keep and what me might work with and the imminent possibility that the general public and school groups are back.
We invite you to attend our third in this corona-inspired-series with an open mind, generosity of spirit and willingness to support your peers.
This presentation will be introduced by Christine Healey, ENVi President and Incinerator Gallery. Conversation facilitated by Michelle Kiag, National Trust of Australia (Victoria) with Sue Burgess, Shrine of Remembrance and Andrew Hiskens, Museum Consultant. Hosted by Celia Mallard, Australian Museums and Galleries Association Victoria.
We hope to see and hear from you about your experiences too!
For now, please share your best COVID-19 and working from home memes with us on Facebook.
Registration link: https://amagavic.org.au/events?id=1600
A link to Zoom will be emailed to registered attendees prior to the meeting. You can try the Zoom Test Room earlier if you are keen to see how it works.
See our previously recorded conversations here: