You bring the talent, we make it happen.
18 - 29 years old?
Want a career in creative industries?
This is for you.
Who are Creative Consultants?
Creative Consultants are a team of talented young people (aged 18-29) who deliver workshops in communities and with businesses. They come from diverse backgrounds and have a range of creative skills. They meet regularly to train and collaborate together, to learn from industry professionals and one another, and to get support as they establish themselves as successful creative professionals.
What is the deal?
Creative Consultants are offered wrap-around professional development, including practical skills-based learning, 1-2-1 career coaching and paid employment as creative workshop facilitators. There is no charge to become a Creative Consultant – all training and support is free of charge.
Is it for you?
If you are trying to establish a career within creative industries, this could be just what you need. Perhaps you are working part-time in hospitality or retail whilst you get your freelance creative work going… or you’re considering running workshops in your art form to supplement income from making art / performing. This program will give you the skills and confidence you need to make your creative career happen.
How to become a Creative Consultant
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Creatives helping business Matthew Westwood, The Australian
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Image credit - Lauren Connelly, LALA Photo
Image description - Creative Consultant members with back to camera showing her logo tshirt, with other consultants discussing ideas in the background.
Meet the 2019 Carclew Creative Consultants
Adara Wright, 27, digital technologies, illustration, graphic design |
Adrian Szabo, 25, creative writing, music |
Anastasia Comelli, 22, filmmaking, photography |
Anita Sanders, 25, writer, stage management |
Blaze Pilgrim, 26, photography, videography, graphic design |
Chiara Gabrielli, 22, spoken word, poetry, theatre |
Eira Thorstensson, 19, costume design, writing |
Effie Karapilafis, 21, singing, songwriting
Elli Cleary, 27, singer, songwriting |
Eloise Holobek, 25, camera operations |
Emily O'Sullivan, 26 writer, flash fiction |
Gilumol (Jill) Eattimoottil Saji, 23, spoken word |
Helen Maysey, 22, textiles, painting, jewellery |
Jden Reddem, 25, magician, producer |
Keira Simmons, 24 sound art and design |
Kirrily Snape, 19, music |
Miriam Sims, 19, visual arts, curation |
Maísa Ortolã, 27, visual art, mural, typography |
Mark Reilly, 24, hip hop artist and lyricist |
Nicola Badran, 18, dance |
Rachel Burke, 27, theatre |
Samantha Schaffer, 27, game development, poetry, photography |
Shabana Azeez, 23, acting, performance |
For businesses. Breathe new life into your work....And give something back.
Fulfil your training and development requirements with practice that aligns with your corporate social responsibility.
Successful businesses thrive by taking a fresh approach – by looking at challenges from different perspectives and finding new solutions. But is it worth breaking old habits?
Ethical businesses want to give something back to the communities they serve, but how can they make a difference when time and resources are tight?
Our team of young creatives will work closely with you to find out exactly how fresh thinking and collaboration will transform your business, helping it become a more energised, effective and fulfilling place to work.
Our services provide employment opportunities to talented young people from diverse backgrounds, supporting them as they establish their career. Carclew will manage the entire process, ensuring young people are at their best and that you are happy at every stage.
To find out more contact:
Paul Mayers, Senior Manager - Social Enterprise
How can we talk positively about what we do without sounding like a moron? How can we measure responses to our work without mind-numbing evaluation forms? How can we work with challenging groups in a way that is good for them and for us?
The second Practitioner Training Session in association with Creative Consultants at Carclew will explore these questions. Join a group of like-minded practitioners to explore the issues, learn new techniques and collaborate with some of the best young artists in SA.
How to talk positively about what we do without sounding like a moron | Free Training Session
WHEN Thursday 20 June 2019
TIME 6 - 8pm
Admission is free but spaces are limited. Please RSVP using this registration link.
Reviews of last session
“A masterclass example of a workshop!”
“…inspired me to find ways to interject narrative and atmosphere into what I do.”
“I felt valued as a participant”
“Really bloody useful.”
“Exactly what I needed.”
Senior Manager - Social Enterprise
0401 761 855