Nigel Hewitt speaking at Winner artist talks, 2015. Photographer: Sue-Lyn MoyleProfessional Development

Looking for a refresher course, an introductory workshop or a more in-depth masterclass? We provide a tailored range of professional development opportunities available for visual artists.

Designed to develop the skills of professional artists to help support them in building sustainable careers, they will also help keep you connected with the wider visual arts community.

Artsource members receive discounted entry to all professional development events. 

If you have topic suggestions for future workshops, or would like to sponsor a future event, please contact us: or 08 9335 8366.

Industry Event

Discovering Place

Artsource is excited to partner with Town Teams Movement to deliver a series of workshops for our members. More information coming soon.

> WHEN: 8.45am to 7.45pm Friday 13 September 2019
> WHERE: Gilkisons, 45 Murray Street Perth, WA, 6000
> Purchase tickets: CLICK HERE
More information: CLICK HERE


Marketing and Pricing your Art

A workshop presented with Perth Art Upmarket

More information coming soon.

> WHEN: Saturday 21 September 2019

MAKING: A Living?

An Artsource + UWA Cultural Precinct Symposium


General Admission $20.00
Artsource Members $15.00
Friends of Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery $15.00
The University of Western Australia $15.00
Students $10.00

What does success look like for artists in an age of disruption?

A dedicated visual arts symposium, MAKING: A living? explores the relationship between artists and their supporters – buyers, patrons, curators and promoters. The day-long discussion considers existing international and local solutions to the problem of making a living as an artist in an age of disruptive technologies causing rapid changes to the field and the swift ossification of old models.
The symposium brings together local, regional and international artists, arts professionals and experts from a range of industries. It considers artist-driven projects, models from other art forms and
industries and the opportunities provided by new platforms. The
conversations also delve into the local/global nexus and art
experiences made extraordinary through the agency of digital

> WHEN: 9.30am to 6.00pm (AWST) Saturday 2 November 2019

> WHERE: Tannock Hall of Education, The University of Notre Dame, 44 Cliff Street, Fremantle WA 6160

> PRICE: $30 for Artsource members, Friends of LWAG, UWA, $40 General public, $20 for students


Presenting Partners

Monthly Mentoring 

Whether you are an established artist of last year's graduate, your time is valuable and you will be matched with a felow artist who will equally value the sharing and exchange of skills, advice and support. Choose to contect one-on-one, over the phone or via email.

To register your interest please sign up here and we will be in touch to discuss finding you a match.

Artist Talks

We are always wanting to hear from individual artists and groups who would like to speak about their work and area of interest.

Our Sundowners include informal artist talks on specific topics to kick off conversations. 

Artsource Sundowner: Old Customs House
+ NOW Artsource Salon opening event
6pm to 8pm Friday 27 September 2019
8 Phillimore Street, Fremantle


Artsource Sundowner: Rosemount Hotel
6pm to 8pm Wednesday 4 December 2019
459 Fitzgerald Street, North Perth


If you would like to talk about your arts practice, or hear about a topic or the work of a fellow artist register your interest here.




Chamber of Arts and Culture Western Australia

When it all goes right, the outcome is a well delivered, well received public art piece - but if things go wrong, it can be cost blow-outs, contractual disputes, compromised artistic outcomes, and community backlash. So how do you adopt processes, contracts and implementation strategies for effective Public Art Commissions?

This session, with a public art consultant, artist & arts lawyer addresses the common problems or obstacles that can arise in public art commissions, how to avoid or resolve them, and how to get the best chances for success.

SESSION 1: Rick Vermey
In the opening session artist Rick Vermey will provide an artist's perspective on the public art commissioning process, including the risks arising in the artistic process and in the commissioning model, common problems arising for artists and commissioners alike, as well as providing practical solutions to address these issues.

SESSION 2: Helen Curtis
In this session arts consultant and principal at public art, cultural services and percent for art consultancy APPARATUS Helen Curtis will look at roles and responsibilities in the commissioning process, Procurement - who does what and when to get them signed up, Artwork Commission Agreements and how to avoid issues, especially in major integrated projects, Payment Schedules (avoiding cash flow issues); and Percent for Art - how does it work and what’s the difference between the State and Local Government schemes

SESSION 3: Michael Tucak
In the final session of this event, intellectual property, corporate and commercial lawyer Michael Tucak will look at effective, workable Commission Agreements (what to include and what to look out for), dealing with unsuitable forms of contract or terms, finding useful templates; and Intellectual Property or Moral Rights considerations.

A facilitated Q & A and a Networking Sundowner will follow the sessions.

Key Learnings and Outcomes:
This event will examine common problems or misunderstandings in public art and the impacts, and 'best practice' approaches to commissioning. The focus of the event is  on giving commissioners, governing agencies and artists confidence going into a public art commission.
Attendees will come away understanding key considerations in public art commissioning and successful delivery of public art outcomes, practical solutions, legal resources and avenues available, and increased awareness of the process.
Suited to local governments and arts & cultural teams, Government departments or agencies involved in projects with public art commissions, developers or builders, arts consultants, architects, landscape architects and interior designers, artists, urban designers and planners and lawyers and contract managers coming across aspects of public art commissions

  • WHEN: 3.00pm to 6.00pm (AWST) Tuesday 7 May 2019
  • WHERE: Herbert Smith Freehills, Level 36 QV1 Building, 250 St Georges Tce Perth
  • COST: Artsource and Chamber Members $44. General public $99.
  • REGISTER: CLICK HERE to download the booking form. Email the booking form to:

Event partners

Artsource Sundowner: Ashfield Studios

Advocacy and the NAVA Code of Practice + the launch of Artsource's Arts Acumen Professional Development with Esther Anatolitis from NAVA.
Wellbeing with artist, Nada Murphy, and Cyril Jackson Senior Campus ArtsHouse teacher, Marie Molloy 

6pm to 8pm Wednesday 13 March 2019
174 Railway Parade, Ashfield

Public Art in Narrogin: Strategy Workshop and Masterclass

Shire of Narrogin Public Art Workshop and Masterclass

Artsource, on behalf of the Shire of Narrogin, will be conducting a workshop on public art with a follow up masterclass for local artists interested in extending their studio based practice through public art commissions. Independent art consultant Beverley Iles, artist Penny Bovell and Artsource staff will guide participants through the various stages of developing, commissioning and delivering public artworks. The workshop is tailored specifically to Narrogin and includes discussion of existing and potential sites, local history and culture and aspects of public and community engagement. The Masterclass will focus on preparing and delivering a professional concept, understanding commission agreements and an introduction to delivering design documentation. 

DAY 1: Narrogin Public Art Strategy

  • WHEN: 10.00am to 4.00pm Friday 4 May 2018
  • WHERE: Narrogin Reception Centre, Town Hall Complex, 82 Federal Street, Narrogin
  • COST: Free
  • REGISTER: CLICK HERE to register your attendance at this event

Participants receive a broad introduction to public art in relation to the Shire of Narrogin’s Public Art Strategy currently under development. Participants are guided through the commissioning and delivery of public art concepts, with the afternoon dedicated to a site-specific analysis of key potential sites for public art in Narrogin. The workshop is suitable for local artists and for a wider audience with an interest in public art in general, or in the future of public art in Narrogin.

DAY 2: Contracts, Design Documentation, Fabrication + Installation

  • WHEN: 10.00am to 3.00pm Saturday 5 May 2018
  • WHERE: Narrogin Reception Centre, Town Hall Complex, 82 Federal Street, Narrogin
  • COST: Free
  • REGISTER: CLICK HERE to register for both Day 1 and Day 2 to attend this event

An opportunity for artists to develop their practice and build on the Day 1 introduction to public art strategy in Narrogin. Day 2 focuses on the intricacies and key considerations of design documentation, fabrication and installation of public art commissions. The closing afternoon gives an opportunity for one-on-one feedback and small group workshops. Suitable for artists interested in developing their practice. Day 2 attendees must have attended Day 1 on Friday 4 May 2018. 


ARtS Narrogin

Emergence Creative Festival

Artsource has partnered with Emergence Creative Festival to offer Artsource members discounted tickets to creative workshops and colabs, as well as the two-day conference in 2018 and 2019.

The Emergence Creative Festival turns the iconic Margaret River Region into a creative playground for four days of inspiring keynotes, hands-on workshops, out-of-the-box colabs and incredible satellite events with the brightest creative minds from across the world.

Each year the festival attracts professionals and emerging creatives from music, film, photography, advertising, digital and the visual arts to one of the world’s most beautiful locations to collaborate, create and be inspired; share emerging trends and recent developments in their disciplines and network with creatives from all industries.

Artsource members receive discounts to one or both days of the 2018 conference as well as the following individual workshops and colabs: 

Emergence Creative Festival 2018The Art of the Grind

1pm to 3pm Wednesday 21 March 2018
$67.50 ($75)

Join Ian Strange for a free-flowing conversation about his approach to creating projects and exhibitions that draw on new, independent models for exhibiting artists and creatives. Discover how to troubleshoot the challenges of developing new projects and ideas, which need to exist in the ‘real world’. A must-attend for creatives, artists and curators.


Emergence Creative Festival 2018Successful Networking

3pm to 5pm Wednesday 21 March 2018
$45 ($50)

If networking is a dirty word to you, or if you’ve ever felt you should be doing more of it, Dorothy Wardell’s action-packed, interactive workshop will be your jam. Networking not only allows you to articulate your competencies to the right people, it also gives you the chance to hear about new opportunities in your industry sector, or amongst your peers. Yep, that dirty word may just change your life. Discover tangible strategies to comfortably build your network, as well as 12 tips to lift your game, and your career.

Emergence Creative Festival 2018

Social Media for Creatives Who Don't Want to Lose Their Soul

10am and 2pm Wednesday 21 March 2018
$45 ($50)

How would Da Vinci, Dali and Picasso cope with the demons of social media today? Discover how to navigate the perils of social, without losing your soul along the way.

In three sessions, you'll learn more about the science of SEO and algorithms, as well as the actual necessity of blogging. Find out what social media platform you should be on, whether you should be snapping and how social media relates to marketing in the forties. Ming Johanson explores how social can help your art succeed, and takes time to unravel the unconscious beliefs that stop so many of us from embracing it.


Emergence Creative Festival 2018Leveraging Creativity and Culture for Tourism

2.30pm Friday 23 March 2018
$22.50 ($25)

The Western Australian tourism offering is predominantly centred around food, wine and natural attractions but an emerging thread is its creative and cultural offerings; in the annual events held here as well as through processes in existing industries (such as wine making, brewing, distilling and produce). How can we leverage creativity and culture in a more strategic way to drive visitation?

Claire Savage, CEO Margaret River Busselton Tourism Association, will moderate a panel discussion with industry leaders such as Colin Walker, Executive Director Culture and the Arts WA, Catrin Allsop, CEO Australia’s South West, Ian Brody, film tourism consultant and Daniel Goh, formerly of the Singapore National Heritage Board.

Following an hour panel discussion, the audience will have the opportunity to join the conversation through a Q&A where we’ll discuss how best to leverage creativity and culture in tourism in Western Australia. Networking drinks to follow in the Wills Domain Cellar Door.

AAA Conference Pass 

This is your all-access pass to the whole festival and conference, including: all workshops and co-labs, both days of the conference (including morning tea and lunch), satellite events and the closing party. $783 ($870)

Single Day Conference Pass

Access one day of the conference (includes morning tea and lunch) as well as 1 x colab session of your choice that day. $351 ($390)

Event sponsor:

Emergence Creative Festival 2018

Alister Yiap, Fireflies, 2017. Photographer: Bewley Shaylor.Intro to Public Art Masterclass

Experienced public artists, Alister Yiap and Rick Vermey, offer their experiences in this Introduction to Public Art Masterclass, tailored purposefully to the delivery of public art in Perth and throughout Western Australia.

Are you an artist interested in participating, or already practising public art? This introduction to the public art commissioning process, is designed to help you transition from a studio-based practice to one that incorporates and skillfully navigates public art and its processes.

Over two days of workshops, be guided through the various stages of delivering public artworks including site visits and one-on-one instruction. Alister Yiap, Rick Vermey and Artsource Art Consultants, Katherine Wilkinson and Paul Parin, focus on the preparation and delivery of professional concept and design, providing understanding of commission agreements, and discussing in-depth examples of the fabrication and installation stages.

Angela McHarrie, works in studio, 2017. Photographer: Christophe Canato

Work Life Balance: Financial literacy in a gig economy

Discover the money matters you didn't know you need to know in this workshop tailored to empowering artists and those working in creative industries at any stage of life or career, through an holistic approach to their financial future. 

This information session plus Q+, sponsored by Finsense financial advisers, Rob Storey and Andreas Aldrian, answers the questions you haven't yet thought to ask about your financial future, as well as offers an opportunity to have your personal questions answered. What is my financial situation? How important is superannuation for me right now? What will retirement look like when I am in my 60s? Will I be able to retire comfortably? What does personal insurance cover? What do I need to know about planning for my future? How do I maintain or improve my current lifestyle?

Event sponsors:

       Gage Roads Brewing Co

Jacinda Bayne, Prince Regent River Kimberley, 2015. HIF ArtLease collection. Photographer: Sue-Lyn Moyle

Art Collections WA: Realising their potential

Run in partnership by Artsource and ART ON THE MOVE, this professional development day is for local government art officers, or any person responsible for the care and stewardship of visual art collections. The first session will address collections in Western Australia, their relationships and affinities and their points of difference. The afternoon workshop sessions will focus on collection management and care. The day includes refreshments and a light lunch.

Art Outdoors, Materials and Construction with GCCMC

The Grimwade Centre for Cultural Materials Conservation (GCCMC) is the leading art conservation and restoration centre in Victoria and the only centre of its kind in Australia, combining both commercial conservation services and training in cultural material conservation. GCCMC specialises in all areas of art restoration and museum standard conservation to institutions and private clients. This is a special opportunity to hear from skilled GCCMC conservators and gain specialty knowledge about the creation, care and management of outdoor artworks.

This workshop is for professional artists interested in technical material information about creating outdoor sculptures and installations. It will cover advice on material properties that inform an artist’s decisions about construction, design, wear, weathering, engineering and the proposed site in order to select the most appropriate materials. Processes and techniques will also be discussed that artists could use to preserve their artworks for longer or ensure that they can withstand prevailing conditions.

Grant Writing Information Session and Masterclass

Run in partnership with the Department of Culture and the Arts, this full day workshop encompasses an information session on the DCA grants program followed by a hands on masterclass offering direct assistance to mid career and senior artists in the grant writing process.

The morning session is open to all members and goes through the DCA grants available, the application process and offers some handy tips and tricks. The afternoon Masterclass is by application for mid-career and senior artists to discuss current and future projects and how they can be framed within grant requirements. This session offers direct feedback and assistance in the grant writing process within a small group of peers.

This workshop is supported by the Government of Western Australia Department of Culture and the Arts.

Department of Culture and the Arts

Feminism and Art: Networking and presentation workshop

Visiting Professor, Anne Marsh, from the Victorian College of the Arts, University of Melbourne, is conducting a large scale Australian Research Council (ARC) research and publication project: Women, Feminism and Art in Australia since 1970. Anne Marsh introduced her ARC project and explained its outcomes, publications, residency program and symposium opportunities. Participants were invited to talk about their work with accompanying presentation. This workshop is run in partnership with UWA Cultural Precinct.

UWA Cultural Precinct

Professionally photograph your artwork

This free workshop for Artsource members, talks you through using your own DSLR camera to take professional photographic documentation of your artworks with the help of artist and photographer Eva Fernandez. Your new skills built upon with a demonstration of Adobe Photoshop to manage your image files, including basic image processing resizing, colour correcting and retouching to get files ready for print and web.


Australian Cultural Fund Information Session

If you are interested in fundraising but not sure where to start, this is the perfect opportunity to find out what’s involved in running a fundraising campaign for your project through The Australian Cultural Fund (ACF), a fundraising platform for Australian artists. Esther Gyorki, the ACF’s fundraising specialist, takes you through the key dos and don'ts and shows you the best ways to engage with donors and maintain relationships with them during your current project and throughout your career. By the end of the session you’ll walk away knowing what you need before you start, what makes a successful campaign and how to implement it. Whether you’re an experienced fundraiser or just getting started, the Australian Cultural Fund can help.

About the ACF:
The ACF is a dedicated fundraising platform for Australian artists and arts organisations. It has helped to raise more than $18million dollars for Australian artists, allowing them to share their stories, passion and creativity around Australia and the world. Whether you’re an experienced fundraiser or just getting started, we’re here to help artists create and art lovers donate.

This event is a partnership between The Australian Cultural Fund, Artsource, The Department of Culture and the Arts and The Blue Room Theatre.

Australian Cultural Fund Information Session

Professional presentation workshop

Develop your professional artist portfolio and CV with guidance from Louise Dickmann; a fellow artist and lecturer at North Metropolitan TAFE. During this half-day workshop, she teaches the essentials for presenting your arts practice to industry standard: from the crucial selection of portfolio images to developing a sharp artist statement and engaging biography.

Broome Public Art Masterclass

This two-day Masterclass designed as an introduction to public art, assists artists in making the transition from a studio-based practice to one that incorporates public art. Public Art Consultant Beverley Iles, Artist Phil Gamblen, and Artsource Art Consultant Katherine Wilkinson, guide participants through the various stages of delivering public artworks, with a specific focus on preparing and delivering a professional concept, understanding commission agreements and an introduction to delivering design documentation. The Masterclass is tailored purposely to the Shire of Broome and includes site visits and one-on-one instruction.

Day 1: Intro. to Public Art + Concept Development
Participants receive a broad introduction to public art in relation to the Shire of Broome’s Policies and Strategic Development. Participants are guided through developing, preparing and delivering Public Art concepts, with the afternoon dedicated to a site-specific analysis of key potential sites for Public Art in Broome.

Day 2: Contracts, Design Documentation, Fabrication + Installation
The day focuses on the intricacies and key considerations of design documentation, fabrication and installation. The closing afternoon gave opportunity for one-on-one feedback and small group workshops.

Online Artist Gallery:

The Artsource Gallery is a showcase for WA artists and their work. This database is the most popular part of our website attracting thousands of page views. Artsource MAX and PLUS members are able to create your their artist profile page on the Artsource website. At this session, our members receive a hands-on workshop learning how to add images, an artist statement, biographical information and contact details to create and maintain their online profile.

With over 4,000 new hits a month and a new comprehensive search function being built on our website, is becoming the online destination for visual arts in WA.

If you need help to improve an existing profile, want to set one up, know more about the process, or if you haven't even started yet, this workshop is for you. In the meantime, click here for guidelines on how best to prepare your artist statement and biography for your online profile.

Fabricating in Foam

Wintech Engineering, Foam Shapers + Autronics opened their factory for a unique one-day only event, presenting tours and technical demonstrations of the possibilities their foam contour cutting machines, robotics and 3D modeling capabilities hold for artists. Sharing their knowledge and experience of fabricating in foam were WA artists, Stelarc and Erin Coates, alongside the Wintech engineers. A light lunch will be provided.

Focus Group for Members

Thank you for your help in planning our services for members in 2017. We appreciate your input on the professional development workshops and events for 2017 and were glad for the chance to chat with a range of ACCESS, PLUS and MAX members.

Public Art Masterclass 3: Fabrication and Completion

This masterclass details what goes into the 50% Fabrication Report, typical pitfalls of the installation process and how to complete a project with a comprehensive Maintenance Manual. It offers professional advice from experienced public artists including Marc Abonnel, Geoffrey Drake-Brockman and Phil Gamblen as well as one of Perth’s most successful public art consultants, Maggie Baxter.

Session 1: 50% Fabrication

We visited Marc Abonnel and public artists Geoffrey Drake-Brockman in their Fremantle studios and talked through a fabrication process and the general items to consider when preparing to install a public artwork. The session concluded with a visit to artwork fabricator Evolution Commercial who work with a range of different materials.

Session 2: Installation + Completion

Public Art Consultant Maggie Baxter and Artist Phil Gamblen guided participants through typical problems of an install (including what happens in case of delays, site inductions, white cards, additional costs, liability period of the artist) as well as through the process of delivering a Maintenance Manual.

ONE-ON-ONE: Real Artists, Real World, Real Jobs. 

Tanya Schultz, Pip and Pop, Journey in a Dream 2015 Shinsegae Gallery, Korea. Photographer: Park MyungraePractical one on one career advice for those looking for the next step, wanting advice and direction, or wanting to build professional networks. Members met with experienced artists for some one-one-one time with them, to find out about how each artist got to where they are and receive advice on their own practice and direction. The following artist advisors offered their expertise:

Mentorships: Olga Cironis is a Greek/Australian multidisciplinary artist with a Masters in Visual Arts from SCA Sydney University 1996. In her art practice Olga explores the impact of history on personal and collective identity.

Public Art: Rick Vermey is an accomplished contemporary artist, based in Perth, WA. He uses traditional and digital media tools, in a wide-ranging visual art practice that incorporates print, photography, painting, sculpture and public artworks.

Grants & Funding: Rebecca Baumann has shown her work both across Australia and internationally, in exhibitions including: Color Fields, MassArt Bakalar & Paine Galleries, Boston (2015); Once More With Feeling, Starkwhite, Auckland, NZ (2014); Encounters, Art Basel Hong Kong (2014).

Working with Artist Run Initiatives: Tom Mùller
Mùller’s thought-provoking practice offers vantage points from which to imagine optimistically better futures. His diagrams and graphs create rhythms in the chaos and suggest the emergence of other worlds and alternate horizons.

Galleries and representation: Lucy Griggs is represented by Milani Gallery, Brisbane and has exhibited in various solo and group shows nationally such as Guarding the Home Front, Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre 2015; Conflict: Contemporary responses to war, UQ Art Museum 2014; The Nature of Things, Milani Gallery 2013; Ex post triennial, QUT Art Museum 2012.

Residencies & working internationally: Tanya Schultz works as Pip & Pop to create immersive installations and artworks from an eclectic range of materials including sugar, glitter, candy, plastic flowers, everyday craft materials and all sorts of objects she finds on her travels. She has exhibited her work throughout Australia, Japan, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Germany, Netherlands and the UK.

Regional and Indigenous engagement: Sohan Ariel Hayes is currently delivering a pair of major public artworks using interactive projection in the Old Treasury precinct. The works have been created with well-respected Wadjuk visual artist and performer Barry McGuire.

Community and public programs: Sarah Nelson is an actor, physical performer and creator of multidisciplinary projects, working across theatre, performance installation, film and community arts. Sarah is creator of the award winning film portraiture project Mobile Moments (Marsh Art, Proximity Festival, The Blue Room Theatre Summer Nights).

Image: Britt Salt, interior sculpture, The Shipping Lane Bar & Restaurant, 2013. Image courtesy of the artist.Expert law & contract advice at the fraction of the cost of a consultation, with a discounted rate for Artsource members.

In Public Art Masterclass 2 have all your public art questions answered and get answers to questions you didn't know you needed to know: Find out what a fixed-term lump sum is, decipher variations to contract and discuss what practical completion really means. Receive practical advice: Preempt what to do if the commissioner drills bracket holes in the wrong place; acquire handy negotiating skills for that deadline extension and see things from a new perspective to get inside the heads of the stakeholders and successfully pitch that perfect presentation to the panel.

Public Art Masterclass 2 assists participants in understanding and negotiating standard public art contracts as well as what goes into proper design documentation. This is an excellent opportunity to receive expert advice from a lawyer at the fraction of the cost of a consultation.

Session 1: Contracts Principle lawyer at Wrays, Marie Wong, is an intellectual property lawyer and registered trade marks attorney. She shares her experience in the protection of intellectual property and copyright and designs for creative industry.  Marie Mills, Principle of the public relations agency Mills Wilson, provides advice and tips on the negotiation of contracts and for communications such as social marketing, event management and stakeholder management. Open question time will be available to ensure participants make the most of this opportunity to receive professional advice.

Session 2: Design Documentation provides a hands on workshop to develop design documentation for a mock public art project. Experienced public artist and previous Scitech artist-in-residence, Phillip Gamblen, facilitates group work and offers insight into how to submit a successful proposal. 

If you were unable to attend Public Art Masterclass 2 but would like to purchase the course notes, please contact or call (08) 9335 8366.



Thank you for an excellent workshop. I have found this whole public art series to be extremely helpful and very informative so kudos to you and your team.
Kirsten Hocking, Visual Artist

Tax, GST and Business Basics for Artists

This workshop covers the necessary requirements every professional artists needs to know about record keeping and accounting to manage their business. Keeping things simple ensures that you meet your Tax and GST obligations with the minimum of effort. This workshop cover things such as basic bookkeeping methods, creating Tax Invoices, how to work out the GST on gallery sales and commissions, and whether you need to be registered for GST.

Public Art Masterclass: Concept Presentation and Development

This Masterclass is the first of a three part series in 2015 aimed at assisting artists interested in participating, or already practicing, public art with three areas of completing a public art project. The purpose of the first three-session Masterclass will be assist participants in formulating a thorough response to an artist brief as well as preparing and delivering a professional concept. 

Over three separate sessions, participants attended an introduction session, discussed the design brief and visit the site, Shipping Lane Bar, Leighton Beach. Participants also pitched their concept in a formal presentation session in front of an expert panel and received formal written and individual feedback from the panel and peer review.

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Artsource provides a range of professional development and networking events for visual artists. These events are designed to upskill professional artists, to support them in building sustainable careers and to keep them connected with the wider visual arts community. - See more at:

Artsource provides a range of professional development and networking events for visual artists. These events are designed to upskill professional artists, to support them in building sustainable careers and to keep them connected with the wider visual arts community. - See more at:

Shire of Narrogin Public Art Workshop and Masterclass