WORKSHOP //  Presented by Metro Arts

Featuring Aruga, Rachael Sarra & Wanida Serce

It’s time to build yourself an audience!

In the creative industries, great marketing can help you go a long way – but, sometimes it’s difficult to know where to start.

Join us for a hands-on workshop where you’ll learn how to build a strong personal brand, including the basic ins and outs of social media and content creation.

The workshop will be hosted by Katie Moon, Lead Creative at Aruga, who’ll be joined by Indigenous artist and designer Rachel Sarra and performer and creator Wanida Serce.



2.30pm, Sat 10 Apr


New Benner Theatre
Metro Arts, West End


2 hrs 30 mins


Katie Moon / Aruga
Igniting that spark between audience and brand is at the heart of Aruga – creatively-grounded PR that grabs attention like a box of glazed donuts. Since launching with Taco Bell as its foundation client in June 2017, Aruga has established itself as one of Australia’s most dynamic communications agencies, cultivating an enviable client portfolio of more than 120 big-name brands, local legends and small challenger brands. We’ve dressed zucchinis in bikinis, fought off a zombie apocalypse, wrapped t-shirts like burritos, travelled with drag queens, danced with human disco balls, and signed more death waivers than we care to think about.

Rachael Sarra / Artist

Rachael Sarra is an artist and designer whose work is an extension of her being and experiences. As a contemporary Aboriginal artist from Goreng Goreng Country, Rachael uses art as a powerful tool in storytelling to educate and share Aboriginal culture and it’s evolution. Rachaels work often challenges and explores the themes of societies perception of what Aboriginal art and identity is.

Wanida Serce / Founder + Director of Pink Matter
Wanida is a creative director, choreographer and performance artist. Professionally workinf for the last 10 years, Wanida has become an industry leader in the dance scene by educating, hosting events, performing, continually pushing boundaries through movement and action. She’s also founded Pink Matter, an independent company aimed at creating opportunities and highlighting powerful women in the community. Wanida is passionate about diversifying the dance sector and breaking down barriers and stereotypes. She continues to strive to inspire, mentor and be a pillar of representation in the community.



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