Wednesday 15 September
Tandanya National Aboriginal Cultural Institute
10am – 5pm
The Creative Industries Expo showcases the tertiary sector and leading SA screen production and creative industry companies, while Industry Sessions throughout the day will cover a variety of exciting fields and is your chance to meet with leading screen creatives. The Expo is a key part of the Creative Industries Day, and runs from 10am to 5pm with sessions every 45 minutes.
The AFF Youth Creative Industries Day will be packed with value for aspiring screen creatives, students of media and more. With all sessions co-located at the central venue of Tandanya National Aboriginal Cultural Institute on Grenfell St, this day is a one-stop-shop for developing career pathways in the creative industries.
You must have a ticket to either the Expo or an Industry Session.
Schools: $10 per student +BF
Equity Price: $8 per student +BF
Teacher Price: $10 or one FREE with the purchase of 10 x School tickets
General Admission: $10 +BF
Ticket to an Industry Session also allows free access to the Expo – bookings essential
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|Pro AV Solutions|
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|Rising Sun Pictures|
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|Academy of Interactive Entertainment (AIE)|
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|University of South Australia|
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|The University of Adelaide|
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AFF Youth is supported by the Department for Education and the Department for Innovation and Skills.