Minorities and creative careers

Young Norwegians with a minority background are less likely to consider a career within the cultural sector. How can we tackle this issue, and increase diversity in arts education?

03.10.2016

TrAP and Minareten hosted a panel conversation and workshop 17th of November, 16:00–19:00 at Oslo National Academy of the Arts (KHiO). The seminar was in Norwegian. The workshop was for registered participants only, while the rest of the programme was open to all.

Programme

15:30 Registration

16:00 Welcome
Opening speach by deputy mayor Khamshajiny Gunaratnam

16:15 Panel conversation with Q&A: Non-traditional career choices
Experiences from the creative industry and advice for young people who wish to pursue a career within arts and culture. With Ayaz Hussain (actor and script writer), Amina Sahan (visual artist and arts and craft teacher), Umar Ashraf (author and communications consultant) and Nassima Dzair (director of Interbridge).

17:00 Snack break

17:30 Workshop: Solutions and new ideas
What can we do to make young people with minority backgrounds consider pursuing a career within arts and culture?

18:30 Presentation of workshop results

År:

2016

Kategori:

Seminars

Dato:

Nov 17

Sted:

Oslo

Organizer
TrAP
Minareten
In collaboration with
KHiO
Photo
Thomas Hawk
(CC BY-NC 2.0)