Join Alex Hammond and Noè Harsel for this panel discussion.
Many members of arts organisations find themselves wondering, from time to time, how they can increase their involvement. Noè Harsel and Alex Hammond have experience on the Writers Victoria Board and have worked with many other arts organisations in a wide range of capacities. In this session, they’ll answer all your questions on getting more involved with Writers Victoria or with similar organisations, looking at the types of skills members can contribute, different ways to get involved and what it’s actually like to be on an arts board.
- When: Thurday 7 September 2023, 6.30-8pm
- Where: Online
- With: Alex Hammond and Noè Harsel
About the Panellists
Alex Hammond has over 20 years’ experience as digital communication and marketing specialist. He is currently the Assistant Director of Digital Engagement at RMIT University, where he manages the university’s online experiences to support its strategic and recruitment objectives. He is the author of The Paris Collaborator (2021, Echo), The Unbroken Line (2015, Penguin) and Blood Witness (2013, Penguin, shortlisted Ned Kelly Award for Best First Crime Novel).
Noè Harsel has worked for over 15 years in the arts and culture space, currently managing the marketing, communications and development at the Jewish Museum of Australia. She was Co-Director of Melbourne Jewish Book Week and has lectured in Australian history and cultural studies at RMIT University and the University of Melbourne. Having published a number of articles and short stories, she is now working on her first fiction manuscript. Noè co-hosts Sless to Harsel, an irreverent two-minute, twice-weekly show about writing.