Audrey ‘Sydney’s Arts Journal’, a new online magazine for performing arts audiences in Sydney and beyond is launched and live and looking to collaborate with our sector.
TNN caught up with Audrey’s Elissa Blake at Artstate Lismore 2017: Audrey’s focus is definitely all of performing arts and all of NSW.
Audrey is founded by two Sydney arts journalists and draws on the talents of professional writers and photographers who specialise in covering theatre, performance, dance, opera and music.
Audrey is for audiences. We want to bring artists and audiences closer together. We want to inform, inspire and guide.
We want to do more than take a deep dive into the performing arts through journalism. We also want to find out what arts journalism can do, what value it has, how it can change and who it can reach.
Audrey is made with the support of philanthropy and the support of the major performing arts companies and venues in Sydney and New South Wales.
A few things to bear in mind:
Audrey is independent
Every story, photograph, review and listing has been selected, written and produced with full editorial independence. Audrey’s reviews are written without fear or favour.
Audrey is diversity conscious
We want to reflect the community we live in. That’s why we are committed to using a wider range of voices. We want to find writers and artists with different perspectives or who haven’t been heard before. We will head for the hills and all points north, west and south. We will write about the main stages and the little shows in pop-ups. We want to show the breadth of performing arts culture as well as its depth.
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