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RISE Canberra is your new home for experiencing local events and to find new ways to connect audiences with experiences made in the ACT by local makers, creators, artists and businesses.Each fortnight Jen Seyderhelm talks to Canberra creators, getting to know more about the approaches they're using to deliver events during these times. Check out the rest of the RISE Calendar online at www.risecanberra.com - where you can find out more about other innovative offerings from Canberra creators on the RISE News page and keep up to date with the Where You Are Festival, on till September.The RISE Canberra Podcast is produced by Events ACT. The music is Three Times by Dawn by The Screaming Zucchinis.
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Welcome to the final RISE Canberra Podcast. Produced by Events ACT, RISE Canberra is your home for experiencing local events, finding new ways to connect audiences with experiences made right here in the ACT by local makers, creators, artists and businesses. You can find out more at risecanberra.comJen Seyderhelm has been in conversation with Canberra creators, getting to know more about the approaches they're using to deliver events during these times. In this episode Jen speaks with Executive Producer for Events ACT Carmela Pavlic Searle who helped head up both RISE Canberra and the Where You Are Festival. You’ll also hear some previous episode highlights from Liz Lea, Dion Devow, Lexi Sekuless, Chris Ryan, Karen Champion, Keren Huggett, Nigel McRae, Marg Wade, Rauny Worm, Monica Penders and Fiona Harris.Thank you for listening. These podcasts were created to show the depth of talent here in the Nation’s capital. They’ve also shown the resilience, collaboration and inclusivity that is present where we live.The RISE Canberra Podcast are produced by Events ACT. The music is Three Times by Dawn by The Screaming Zucchinis.
Welcome to the eighth RISE Canberra live interview. Jen Seyderhelm talks with Petr Adámek, CEO of Canberra Innovation Network. Petr talks about the adaptability of innovation, CollabLab and how CBRIN is not a hidden secret, but rather ready to be discovered and utilised when the entrepreneur needs them.Produced by Events ACT, RISE Canberra is your home for experiencing local events and to find new ways to connect audiences with experiences made in the ACT by local makers, creators, artists and businesses.You can find out more here.Jen Seyderhelm talks to Canberra creators, getting to know more about the approaches they're using to deliver events during these times. Check out the RISE Calendar online at www.risecanberra.com - where you can find out more about other innovative offerings from Canberra creators on the RISE News page and keep up to date with the Where You Are Festival.
Welcome to the eighth RISE Canberra Podcast!In this episode Jen Seyderhelm is in conversation with the Tuggeranong and Belconnen Arts Centres. CEO Rauny Worm and photographer Martin Ollman talk about their current exhibition First Response which documents Canberra's initial response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Then Jen checks out the brand new theatre space at the Belconnen Arts Centre where she chats to Live Programs Officer Sammy Moynahan and circus performers and programmers Clare Pengryffyn and Bernard Bru about Léntreprise du Risque which runs from the 9th to 11th of September.Produced by Events ACT, RISE Canberra is your new home for experiencing local events and to find new ways to connect audiences with experiences made in the ACT by local makers, creators, artists and businesses.You can find out more here.Each fortnight Jen talks to Canberra creators, getting to know more about the approaches they're using to deliver events during these times. Check out the rest of the RISE Calendar online at www.risecanberra.com - where you can find out more about other innovative offerings from Canberra creators on the RISE News page and keep up to date with the Where You Are Festival, on now.The RISE Canberra Podcast is produced by Events ACT. The music is Three Times by Dawn by The Screaming Zucchinis.
Welcome to the seventh RISE Canberra live interview. Jen Seyderhelm talks with Carrie Leeson, CEO of Lifeline Canberra and a Director of the Canberra Business Chambers. Carrie talks about pivoting to need the needs of both Lifeline and the people it supports, how Canberrans are putting their hands up to help in numbers beyond her expectations and the new Lifeline Book Lovers Lane in Fyshwick.Produced by Events ACT, RISE Canberra is your new home for experiencing local events and to find new ways to connect audiences with experiences made in the ACT by local makers, creators, artists and businesses.You can find out more here.Jen Seyderhelm talks to Canberra creators, getting to know more about the approaches they're using to deliver events during these times. Check out the rest of the RISE Calendar online at www.risecanberra.com - where you can find out more about other innovative offerings from Canberra creators on the RISE News page and keep up to date with the Where You Are Festival, which is on until September.
Welcome to the seventh RISE Canberra Podcast!In this episode Jen Seyderhelm is in conversation with early childhood educator and creator of Bush Play Connections, Keren Huggett and author of Canberra Secrets and operator of Canberra Secrets Tours, Marg Wade. Both are passionate about the experience, understanding and enjoyment of where we live, plus sharing our home with others. Bush Play Connections is part of the Where You Are Festival.Produced by Events ACT, RISE Canberra is your new home for experiencing local events and to find new ways to connect audiences with experiences made in the ACT by local makers, creators, artists and businesses.You can find out more here.Each fortnight Jen talks to Canberra creators, getting to know more about the approaches they're using to deliver events during these times. Check out the rest of the RISE Calendar online at www.risecanberra.com - where you can find out more about other innovative offerings from Canberra creators on the RISE News page and keep up to date with the Where You Are Festival, on now.The RISE Canberra Podcast is produced by Events ACT. The music is Three Times by Dawn by The Screaming Zucchinis.
Welcome to the sixth RISE Canberra live interview. Jen Seyderhelm talks with Professor Anna Moore at Mount Stromlo Observatory. Anna is the Director of the ANU Institute for Space, a founder of the Australian Space Agency, has a passion for transient astronomy and, if you can't find her of an evening, is likely lying gazing up at the stars.Produced by Events ACT, RISE Canberra is your new home for experiencing local events and to find new ways to connect audiences with experiences made in the ACT by local makers, creators, artists and businesses.You can find out more here.Jen Seyderhelm talks to Canberra creators, getting to know more about the approaches they're using to deliver events during these times. Check out the rest of the RISE Calendar online at www.risecanberra.com - where you can find out more about other innovative offerings from Canberra creators on the RISE News page and keep up to date with the Where You Are Festival, which is on until September.The RISE Canberra Podcast is produced by Events ACT. The music is Three Times by Dawn by The Screaming Zucchinis.
Welcome to the sixth RISE Canberra Podcast!In this episode Jen Seyderhelm is in conversation with film maker, producer and writer Sebastian Chan from Vorfreude Pictures and Monica Penders, CEO of Screen Canberra. Sebastian's innovative series The Red Thread debuts on Instagram on August 17 as part of the Where You Are Festival. Monica speaks of the devastation that COVID has wrought on the film and screen industry plus ways in which Canberra is adapting via projects like Sebastian's and other initiatives.Produced by Events ACT, RISE Canberra is your new home for experiencing local events and to find new ways to connect audiences with experiences made in the ACT by local makers, creators, artists and businesses.You can find out more here.Each fortnight Jen talks to Canberra creators, getting to know more about the approaches they're using to deliver events during these times. Check out the rest of the RISE Calendar online at www.risecanberra.com - where you can find out more about other innovative offerings from Canberra creators on the RISE News page and keep up to date with the Where You Are Festival, on till September.The RISE Canberra Podcast is produced by Events ACT. The music is Three Times by Dawn by The Screaming Zucchinis.
Welcome to the fifth RISE Canberra live interview. Jen Seyderhelm talks with Alison Plevey, Leader of the Australian Dance Party. Alison, seven other dancers and two musicians are part of Lake March on the edge of Lakes Burley Griffin, Ginninderra and Tuggeranong across two weekends in August. On August 16, Canberrans are also encouraged to dance and join The Nelken Line, uniting communities around the world amidst the covid-19 pandemic.Produced by Events ACT, RISE Canberra is your new home for experiencing local events and to find new ways to connect audiences with experiences made in the ACT by local makers, creators, artists and businesses.You can find out more here.Jen Seyderhelm talks to Canberra creators, getting to know more about the approaches they're using to deliver events during these times. Check out the rest of the RISE Calendar online at www.risecanberra.com - where you can find out more about other innovative offerings from Canberra creators on the RISE News page and keep up to date with the Where You Are Festival, which is on until September.The RISE Canberra Podcast is produced by Events ACT. The music is Three Times by Dawn by The Screaming Zucchinis.
Welcome to the fifth RISE Canberra Podcast!In this episode Jen Seyderhelm is in conversation with early childhood educator and facilitator of Art For Aged Care, Fiona Harris and Karen Champion, who works in the disability sector and started the Northside Recreation Group Disco. Fiona creates arts activities to build a pathway between the elderly with her group of young children, meanwhile Karen runs discos for those living with a disability. Both speak of watching participants come alive and the importance of music, painting, dance and connection to all human beings.Produced by Events ACT, RISE Canberra is your new home for experiencing local events and to find new ways to connect audiences with experiences made in the ACT by local makers, creators, artists and businesses.You can find out more here.Each fortnight Jen talks to Canberra creators, getting to know more about the approaches they're using to deliver events during these times. Check out the rest of the RISE Calendar online at www.risecanberra.com - where you can find out more about other innovative offerings from Canberra creators on the RISE News page and keep up to date with the Where You Are Festival, on till September.The RISE Canberra Podcast is produced by Events ACT. The music is Three Times by Dawn by The Screaming Zucchinis.
Welcome to the fourth RISE Canberra live interview. Jen Seyderhelm talks with the Director of the Australian War Memorial, Matt Anderson. Matt speaks of head and heart decisions with the present and future decisions of the Memorial. Produced by Events ACT, RISE Canberra is your new home for experiencing local events and to find new ways to connect audiences with experiences made in the ACT by local makers, creators, artists and businesses.You can find out more here.Jen Seyderhelm talks to Canberra creators, getting to know more about the approaches they're using to deliver events during these times. Check out the rest of the RISE Calendar online at www.risecanberra.com - where you can find out more about other innovative offerings from Canberra creators on the RISE News page and keep up to date with the Where You Are Festival, which is on until September.The RISE Canberra Podcast is produced by Events ACT. The music is Three Times by Dawn by The Screaming Zucchinis.
Welcome to the fourth RISE Canberra Podcast!In this episode Jen Seyderhelm is in conversation with comedian Chris Ryan and owner of Smiths Alternative Nigel McRae. Chris discusses the importance of a support network of individuals and organisations in building an artistic career as well as her own drive and self belief. Nigel has had the unexpected luxury of spare time during COVID, and hopes that post pandemic he'll continue to feature a myriad of diverse artistic talent plus be able to spend a night at home in the kitchen.Produced by Events ACT, RISE Canberra is your new home for experiencing local events and to find new ways to connect audiences with experiences made in the ACT by local makers, creators, artists and businesses.You can find out more here.Each fortnight Jen talks to Canberra creators, getting to know more about the approaches they're using to deliver events during these times. Check out the rest of the RISE Calendar online at www.risecanberra.com - where you can find out more about other innovative offerings from Canberra creators on the RISE News page and keep up to date with the Where You Are Festival, on till September.The RISE Canberra Podcast is produced by Events ACT. The music is Three Times by Dawn by The Screaming Zucchinis.
Welcome to the third RISE Canberra live interview! Jen Seyderhelm talks with the CEO of the Canberra Potters, Richard Thomas. Richard talks about adapting to the current climate and the long association the potters have had with the ACT. Meanwhile pots are being thrown and clay maneuvered by hand around them.Produced by Events ACT, RISE Canberra is your new home for experiencing local events and to find new ways to connect audiences with experiences made in the ACT by local makers, creators, artists and businesses.You can find out more here.Jen Seyderhelm talks to Canberra creators, getting to know more about the approaches they're using to deliver events during these times. Check out the rest of the RISE Calendar online at www.risecanberra.com - where you can find out more about other innovative offerings from Canberra creators on the RISE News page and keep up to date with all the developments for the new Where You Are Festival, coming to Canberra very soon.The RISE Canberra Podcast is produced by Events ACT. The music is Three Times by Dawn by The Screaming Zucchinis.
Welcome to the third RISE Canberra Podcast!In this episode Jen Seyderhelm is in conversation with Alison Plevey, Founder and Party Leader of Australian Dance Party and Liz Lea, dance artist, producer and mentor. Both talk about evolving to meet the current climate and situation, innovative practices and the grief of being unable to dance with and for other people and spaces.Produced by Events ACT, RISE Canberra is your new home for experiencing local events and to find new ways to connect audiences with experiences made in the ACT by local makers, creators, artists and businesses.You can find out more here.Each fortnight Jen talks to Canberra creators, getting to know more about the approaches they're using to deliver events during these times. Check out the rest of the RISE Calendar online at www.risecanberra.com - where you can find out more about other innovative offerings from Canberra creators on the RISE News page and keep up to date with all the developments for the new Where You Are Festival, coming to Canberra in July.The RISE Canberra Podcast is produced by Events ACT. The music is Three Times by Dawn by The Screaming Zucchinis.
Welcome to the second RISE Canberra live interview! Jen Seyderhelm talks with  Founding Father of the Australian Video Games Industry and Chairman and CEO of the Canberra Technology Park and Academy of Interactive Entertainment (AIE), John De Margheriti. John talks about resilience, connection to Canberra, working to your skill set and the importance of innovation.Produced by Events ACT, RISE Canberra is your new home for experiencing local events and to find new ways to connect audiences with experiences made in the ACT by local makers, creators, artists and businesses.You can find out more here.Jen Seyderhelm talks to Canberra creators, getting to know more about the approaches they're using to deliver events during these times. Check out the rest of the RISE Calendar online at www.risecanberra.com - where you can find out more about other innovative offerings from Canberra creators on the RISE News page and keep up to date with all the developments for the new Where You Are Festival, coming to Canberra this July.The RISE Canberra Podcast is produced by Events ACT. The music is Three Times by Dawn by The Screaming Zucchinis.
Welcome to the second RISE Canberra Podcast!In this episode Jen Seyderhelm is in conversation with actor, producer and host of Live In Ya Lounge, Lexi Sekuless and singer songwriters Jamie Leone and Yasmine Hosseini who are part of, and feature on Undine Records' So Fresh - Hits of the 'Tine - sales from that compilation, featuring 20 local artists, support DVCS.Produced by Events ACT, RISE Canberra is your new home for experiencing local events and to find new ways to connect audiences with experiences made in the ACT by local makers, creators, artists and businesses.You can find out more here.Each fortnight Jen talks to Canberra creators, getting to know more about the approaches they're using to deliver events during these times. Check out the rest of the RISE Calendar online at www.risecanberra.com - where you can find out more about other innovative offerings from Canberra creators on the RISE News page and keep up to date with all the developments for the new Where You Are Festival, coming to Canberra this July.The RISE Canberra Podcast is produced by Events ACT. The music is Three Times by Dawn by The Screaming Zucchinis.
Welcome to the RISE Canberra first live interview! Jen Seyderhelm talks with Canberra Raiders CEO Don Furner. It's a wide ranging conversation about leadership, community and how the values of an organisation matter and the impact of bringing people on who support those values to achieve a common goal. It will have you #bleedinggreen too.Produced by Events ACT, RISE Canberra is your new home for experiencing local events and to find new ways to connect audiences with experiences made in the ACT by local makers, creators, artists and businesses.You can find out more here.Jen Seyderhelm talks to Canberra creators, getting to know more about the approaches they're using to deliver events during these times. Check out the rest of the RISE Calendar online at www.risecanberra.com - where you can find out more about other innovative offerings from Canberra creators on the RISE News page and keep up to date with all the developments for the new Where You Are Festival, coming to Canberra this July.The RISE Canberra Podcast is produced by Events ACT. The music is Three Times by Dawn by The Screaming Zucchinis.
Welcome to the RISE Canberra Podcast!In this episode, ahead of National Reconciliation Week, Jen Seyderhelm is in conversation with Indigenous creators Marissa McDowell - a film maker and photographer who runs her own business Black and White Films and Dion Devow - creator and owner of Darkies Designs and 2018 ACT Australian of the Year.Produced by Events ACT, RISE Canberra is your new home for experiencing local events and to find new ways to connect audiences with experiences made in the ACT by local makers, creators, artists and businesses. You can find out more here.Each fortnight Jen Seyderhelm talks to Canberra creators, getting to know more about the approaches they're using to deliver events during these times. Check out the rest of the RISE Calendar online at www.risecanberra.com - where you can find out more about other innovative offerings from Canberra creators on the RISE News page and keep up to date with all the developments for the new Where You Are Festival, coming to Canberra this July.The RISE Canberra Podcast is produced by Events ACT. The music is Three Times by Dawn by The Screaming Zucchinis.
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