PDA Roundtable with Guest Speaker: Dr Wulan Dirgantoro

PDA Roundtables events

Online roundtable discussion.

  • ARTS

The Victorian roundtables explore in greater depth the ‘development horizons’ in the Public Displays of Affection (PDA) Conference Report.

Following from the 'Public Displays of Affection: How Can Artists Rebrand Soft Power?' conference in March and the publication of the conference report, the PDA Victorian roundtables will delve deeper into the relationship between arts and cultural initiatives and soft power by engaging with the development horizons established in the report.

Each roundtable is designed to be an intimate discussion and numbers will be capped at 10 people. We seek to gather a diverse range of ideas, knowledge and expertise, prioritising less-heard voices. Responses from all roundtables will be collated into a sector report published later this year.

This session will run for one hour and forty-five minutes and there will be a guest speaker to share their thoughts with participants exploring in greater depth the 'development horizons’ below in the PDA Conference Report.

  • Development Horizon – Collaborate on tackling racial injustice to highlight less-heard voices and build equality.

Guest speaker:

Dr Wulan Dirgantoro, McKenzie Post-Doctoral Fellow School of Culture and Communication, University of Melbourne and former Lecturer for the Asian Art Histories master's program at LASALLE College of the Arts, Singapore.

Artists, creative producers, arts and culture thought leaders, academics, policy makers, philanthropists, business leaders and anyone with a strong interest in the topics are encouraged to participate.

Asialink Arts will provide a $150 honorarium to unwaged participants (independent artists and anyone not employed by an organisation or company). Please indicate if you wish to request the honorarium during the registration process.

Please note, as this is a state event, only those residing in Victoria are eligible to apply.

Express your interest here.

Visit the Asialink Arts site for more details.

PDA Victorian Roundtables are supported by the Victorian Government through Creative Victoria.