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Applications for The Unconformity 2023 Artist in Residence Program are now open.The Unconformity will provide opportunities for four Australian-based artists to conduct residencies in Queenstown, Western lutruwita/Tasmania in 2023. This paid opportunity is open to artists at any level of professional practice and practising in any artform. Each residency will take place for up to 2.5 weeks.Applications close at 12pm AEDT on Friday 23 December 2022. Apply here: theunconformity.com.au/artist-residence-program/The Unconformity Artist in Residence Program is supported through Arts Tasmania by the Minister for the Arts.Image credit: Remi ChauvinImage description: Thick clouds sit atop the mountainous hills of Queenstown, lutruwita/Tasmania. The bare hills are golden brown, resembling the surface of the moon, with a road winding through the scene. Green trees cover the foothills at the bottom of the image. ... See MoreSee Less
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Theatre Network NSW
Thank you for sharing Accessible Arts ! I imagine that a lot of the ideas apply to live performance too …This International Day of People with Disability, City of Sydney has invited filmmakers Sofya Gollan, Ben Lewin, Chloé Hayden, Anthea Williams and Ana Tiwary to discuss access to directing, writing and producing stories on screen. Learn about what the industry needs to do to ensure we can tell our own full and brilliant stories with authenticity. Sat 3 December, 11.30am – 12.30pmDarling Square LibraryThis event will also be online.Book your tickets for this free event at whatson.cityofsydney.nsw.gov.au/events/idpwd-2022-panel-visible-behind-and-in-front-of-the-cameraIf you have any access or communication needs, please contact Teik Kim Pok on 0436 607 274 or email libraryprograms@cityofsydney.nsw.gov.au#Film #Representation #Disability #DisabilityRepresentation #IDPwDImage description: Actors William Best and Nikki Shiels in a still from Safety Net, 2020. Director Anthea Williams, DOP Tania Lambert. Photo by Kelly Gardner. ... See MoreSee Less
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Acknowledgement of Country

Theatre Network NSW would like to acknowledge and pay respect to the traditional owners of the lands on which we work, live and create.

In particular, TNN would like to acknowledge the Gumbainggir, Bundjalung, Dharug, Wiradjuri and Eora nations on whose countries our offices are situated.  We pay our respects to elders past, present and emerging