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FAWN BITS: MCA EVENTS MANAGEMENT WORKSHOP

Business | Event
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This Saturday at the Museum of Contemporary Art brings a sought-after opportunity to broaden your skills in planning, resourcing and marketing with a collaborative and hands-on approach to get you well on your way to a state of pro-delegation and event promotion.

The one day creative workshop for youth representatives explores key elements of leadership and event management through a series of creative challenges; part of this experience will involve using these developed skills to plan and resource multiple activities for a major youth event called generationext to be held at the MCA next week.

The Event Management Workshop is just one of many exciting ventures by the MCA. The Workshop is available to 14-21 year olds from 10am to 4pm, this Saturday 6th April. Tickets are $25 ($20 for MCA members) and a light lunch and refreshments will be provided.

This is set to be the perfect opportunity for young people to share experiences whilst broadening their connections as they network with other like-minded youth leaders from all across Sydney.

If you feel like heading on down next week for generationext, it’s well worth the trip. It is a festival-style event, part of MCA’s Young Creatives program, an ambitious youth-collaborative initiative by MCA’s Youth Committee. Open to like-minded young people, offering exclusive after-hours access to fascinating art exhibitions, live music, delicious food, art-making, gallery tours and conversations with artists. It happens just six times a year, so make sure you RSVP your spot ASAP…and best of all it’s free!

To learn more and buy tickets, visit the MCA website today!

Words by Gaia Gardiner.

Image Credits. 1: Museum of Contemporary Art website.

 

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