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Ralph Indie 2019: The Artists

Published: Monday, 11 November 2019

The Ralph Indie Development Residency Program at Ainslie and Gorman Arts Centres (A+G) supports ACT based (or ACT connected artists) in the development of original performance works. We encourage risk taking and a multi-disciplinary approach to performance making, where all artistic disciplines are broadly considered including theatre, dance, physical theatre and circus, literature, music, film, […]

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Ahead of the Game: Reflections

Published: Thursday, 10 October 2019

Tristan Meecham “The first week of ‘Ahead of the Game Queer Arts residency’ was designed to introduce artists to a range of queer and community arts practices, locally and nationally. The aim of this first week intensive was to connect artists who hadn’t previously worked together, finding mutual reference points and connections to help build our […]

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Ahead of the Game: The Players

Published: Monday, 12 August 2019

Ahead of the Game is a residency that engages the diverse LGBTIQ+ community as it explores the nature of sporting culture in Australia. It’s time to begin the first round of workshops where the players will be collaborating with Tristan Meecham of the inclusive Melbourne arts company All The Queens Men, to create a ‘queer’ […]

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Ralph Indie 2019

Published: Monday, 15 July 2019

The Ralph Indie Development Program at Ainslie and Gorman Arts Centres (A+G) supports ACT based or ACT connected artists in the development of original performance works. We encourage risk taking and a multi-disciplinary approach to performance making, where all artistic disciplines are broadly considered including theatre, dance, physical theatre and circus, music, film, visual arts […]

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Disability Inclusion Action Plan

Published: Wednesday, 10 July 2019

Disability access and inclusion survey Ainslie and Gorman Arts Centres and its resident arts organisations are writing a plan to make our centres and programs more accessible and inclusive for people living with disability. The planning process has been made possible with the support of a Disability Inclusion project grant from the ACT Government, and […]

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Ahead of the Game EOI

Published: Friday, 24 May 2019

AHEAD OF THE GAME: EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST OUTLINE What is Ahead of the Game? Together with All The Queens Men, a dynamic, inclusive Melbourne based arts company, Ainslie and Gorman Arts Centres (AGAC) are going to make a new queer sport. Or at least, that’s the invitation to the field (and the starting blocks). We use […]

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Emerging DJs set to take over Gorman today

Published: Saturday, 19 May 2018

AUTUMN REVEL is finally upon us! That means Dj Dot, Arabella, MC Phee, Sala and WZRDGRL are all gearing up to person the decks at Gorman Arts Centre’s Wisteria Stage. Self-professed sparkly DJ rap beatz goddess queen, WZRDGRL, caught up with us ahead of the day, and had some sage advice for fellow up-and-comers. Who […]

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Ralph Indie 2017 program

Published: Monday, 28 August 2017

Enthralling, provocative, unexpected – Ralph Indie 2017 is your chance to experience three new Australian performance works in one unmissable season. Now in its second year, the Ralph Indie program supports artists to develop and present new performance works in the Ralph Wilson Theatre at Gorman Arts Centre. By offering the time, space and funds […]

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From the composer – Peter Knight talks Way Out West

Published: Wednesday, 2 August 2017

“The way I think about my practice is that it exists at points of intersection. I work across cultures, across disciplines, across genres and so on, and so although my practice is diverse there is that link between the different things I do. Way Out West certainly fits in with that and was hugely important […]

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A+G’s 2017 Artistic Program: Season Two

Published: Wednesday, 19 July 2017

It’s here! Ainslie and Gorman Arts Centres’ SEASON TWO 2017 artistic program has officially landed. Read online or pick up a copy at one of our arts centres, or various places around town. Here’s what our Creative Producers have to say: Welcome to the Season 2 Program! Join us on the edge, where you’ll find new ideas and experiences shaped […]

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