Episode 9

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11th Aug 2020

The Next Generation & Future of the Arts

Have you given any thought to how the freshman set of the arts sector are doing? Imagine being a post-secondary student about to graduate and then comes a pandemic. In this episode, Amanda Singh, Hana Glaser and Julien Rutherford, share their concerns about the future of work, what skills to prioritize and what decisions are made on behalf of youth and emerging professionals.  

On the other hand, they are still optimistic and ready to offer solutions. With their experience organizing the Culture’s Compass virtual conference by Humber College this June, the Black Lives Matter movement, and the conversations around representation and equity in the arts, they are motivated and hopeful about the recovery and rebuilding phase. In this vein, they are challenging decision makers, government and funders to make deliberate efforts regarding their interests, contributions and place in the sector.  

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About the Podcast

HUSTLE + THRIVE
Conversations on living, working and thriving in arts and culture
HUSTLE + THRIVE (H+T) is a multi-channel learning space for conversation on living, working and thriving in arts and culture. We will engage you in discussions around equity, accessibility, inclusion, value and impact of cultural products, learning opportunities and more.

Our guests are artists, creators, culture contributors, workers and supporters in Ontario, Canada, sharing about their unique experiences, their work, and how they got to where they are. HUSTLE + THRIVE will be presented through the 3 Things You Need to Know About… series, and our discussions will be loaded with key points to take away.

HUSTLE + THRIVE is a WorkInCulture production, as part of the biennial Creative Works conference.

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WorkInCulture (WIC)

WorkInCulture (WIC) is a non-profit arts service organization that supports the professional lives of Ontario’s artists, creatives and cultural workers through life-long career development and entrepreneurial and business skills training.