Introduction to Directing Workshop - Paige Rattray
2016 Longhouse Program Launched:
Working in conjunction with Sydney Theatre Company, Performing Lines, celebrated director Kristine Landon-Smith and Blacktown Arts Centre, Performance 4a is taking their 2016 Longhouse program to the next level.
The first opportunity in this program to pick up on is this a directing workshop facilitated by director and Sydney Theatre Company’s Richard Wherrett Fellow, Paige Rattray.
Performance 4a and Sydney Theatre Company invite Expressions of Interest from members of the Asian Australian performance community wishing to participate this workshop.
Previous stage directing experience is NOT required. Artists with experience in related disciplines (eg actors, film makers, writers, choreographers, dancers) are encouraged to apply.
Successful applicants will be invited to attend the week long workshop taking place at Sydney Theatre Company.
The workshop will focus on scene work using Active Analysis.
Dates: Monday 20th June – Friday 24th June.
Time: 10am – 6pm daily
Venue: Sydney Theatre Company, The Wharf, Pier 4 Hickson Road, Walsh Bay
To apply please email a copy of your CV plus a statement of 200 words or less about why you wish to attend this workshop to email@example.com
Applicants are encouraged to register with the Asian Australian Performance Directory via the Performance 4a website prior to submitting your Expression of Interest.
Get to it! Submissions close 5pm Friday 20th May
We Run This!
We Run This, a discussion and celebration of the contribution that independent art spaces make to our culture, community, and economy.
In contribution to Vivid Ideas 2016, National Association for the Visual Arts and 107 Projects present We Run This, May 27 at Giant Dwarf Theatre.
We Run This will bring together representatives from independent art spaces as far as Alice Springs, Western Australia, and Victoria. John O'Callaghan (JOC Consulting) will deliver the keynote address, joined by Monica Barone (CEO, City of Sydney) and Maria Miranda (Research Fellow, University of Melbourne).
Amid changes to lockout laws affecting creative industry in our cities, to an uncertain future for arts funding, this discussion comes at an important time.
For more information go to http://www.vividsydney.com/event/ideas/we-run-conversation-australias-independent-art-sector
Indent's Music Conference
Indent is delighted to announce the 2016 ‘Feedback - A Music Conference For Young People' line-up! Hosted by Dom Alessio, Feedback is a day of speakers, panels and an Industry Speed Dating session.
Love music? Want to know more about the industry? Want to hear from your favourite musicians? Designed to help young people get a leg up in the highly-competitive music business, FEEDBACK is a jam-packed day of music industry insider info for 12-24 year olds.
Get your tickets HERE
SONGWRITING SESSION: Thelma Plum
PANEL - EPIC FAILS: Hosted by Jake Stone, feat. Annie Hamilton, Andy Bull, Sweetie Zamora & Neal Hunt
PANEL - JUST THE ONE OF US: Hosted by KLP, feat. L-Fresh The Lion, YEO, Katie Rynne, & Julia Wilson
INDUSTRY SPEED-DATING: FBi Radio, Arts Law, APRA AMCOS, triple J