Blacktown Residencies now open! Creative Residency Program 

February 23, 2018By adminArtists living with disability, Cultural Diversity, Diversity, First Nations Artists, Funding, Gender, Independent Theatre, LGBTI, Opportunity, Playwriting, Professional Development, Residency, Theatre Industry events, Young people No Comments

Blacktown Arts is accepting new applications for two significant artist-in-residence opportunities. The Pat Parker Memorial Residency honours Patricia Parker’s (OAM) pioneering contribution to the development of community arts in Blacktown and beyond. This residency is open to artists with exciting ideas for innovative collaborations with communities in the spirit of Pat Parker’s passions including women’s rights, lesbian and … Read More

Performance Space | Residencies

December 12, 2017By adminDiversity, Independent Theatre, LGBTI, NSW Arts News, Opportunity, Professional Development, Residency, Theatre Sector News No Comments

RESIDENCIES Performance Space is very excited to be working with PACT Centre for Emerging Artists and Critical Path on some incredible opportunities for artists in 2018! If you’re an artist working solo or as part of a collective be sure to explore the residency and workshop opportunities outlined below. Applications close next month – start … Read More

Transgender: looking back, moving forward –  The University of Sydney and Seymour Centre

February 10, 2017By adminDiversity, Independent Theatre, LGBTI, NSW Arts News, Playwriting, Showcase, Theatre Industry events No Comments

TRANSGENDER: LOOKING BACK, MOVING FORWARD How do theatre plays, such as The Trouble with Harry contribute to advancing contemporary transgender issues? A post-performance Q&A co-presented with the Seymour Centre as part of the 2017 Mardi Gras The latest Seymour Centre play, The Trouble with Harry re-imagines the true case of Eugenia Falleni AKA Harry Crawford, … Read More