What is NAVA doing in these changing times?
In keeping with 2020’s theme of change and expecting the unexpected, the NAVA team has a new profile and a new home – be assured though: we are focused on these turbulent times, the commitments we’ve made, and navigating the best outcomes we can for our Members and the sector.
At the end of last week, I stepped into the role of Acting CEO here at NAVA. Esther Anatolitis was warmly farewelled on 20 August after three impactful years as our leader. She will of course be missed but has left us with vision and inspiration and we wish her well in her next chapter. As the team and I continue our collaborative work on revising the Code of Practice, NAVA is also embarking on its next multi-year strategic planning cycle. It’s an exciting time to think strategically about the organisation’s vision, priorities and next leadership model.
NAVA Survey & Strategic Plan
So much has changed since NAVA launched its Strategic Plan 2018-2020 – an incredible amount happening in the last 9 months alone! We have many priorities to rethink as NAVA embarks on developing its next strategic plan. Importantly, NAVA launched a survey a couple of days ago to hear from you – our Members and subscribers – about what you want from NAVA and the best role we can play to address the challenges and opportunities facing the sector more broadly.
The survey is being conducted by independent research agency NSF Consulting and should only take 5-10 minutes to complete. All your responses will remain confidential and no results will be attributed to any one individual in final reporting. NSF Consulting is a member of The Research Society and adheres to all relevant Privacy Laws.
Six essential videos to help you get your art online: This advice from Arts Hub may be interesting in our current situation: https://www.artshub.com.au/news-article/career-advice/covid-19/richard-watts/six-essential-videos-to-help-you-get-your-art-online-260833
From Arts Hub
Running over four weeks in September, the Recovery Roadmap Webinars will focus on some of the most urgent topics facing arts organisations and artists today. Designed to be lunchtime professional development, each session features different experts in conversation with ArtsHub’s Richard Watts. All sessions are free, however bookings are essential.