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Feminism in Art: An evening with CBR feminist artists

Published: Monday, 24 October 2016

In collaboration with Ainslie and Gorman Arts Centres, Feminartsy is hosting a special event exploring how some of Canberra’s most intriguing female artists incorporate feminism into their practice. Through short talks and a panel discussion, we’ll explore how feminism intersects with performance, dance, and sculpture, and dissect how feminist artists can translate their principles of […]

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WEIRD FRONTIER

Published: Monday, 17 October 2016

Weird Frontier is a one-day music festival that celebrates the new wave of alternative and experimental Australian music. With an eclectic line-up of local and interstate acts, Weird Frontier presents artists working on the cutting-edge, defying genres and forging ahead with new technology and new sounds. Music curated by Shoeb Ahmad. TICKETS $25 Early bird $35 […]

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Producers Toolkit #6: communicating the arts

Published: Wednesday, 12 October 2016

The sixth, and final, edition of the Producers Toolkit will focus on communicating the arts, with Suzie Campbell, Marketing and Sponsorship Manager at the National Portrait Gallery and Jess Oliver, Marketing Manager at Ainsie and Gorman Arts Centres. Producers Toolkit is a series of 6 weekly conversational workshops about contemporary concerns of producing creative projects […]

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Producers Toolkit #5: innovative funding models

Published: Tuesday, 11 October 2016

The fifth edition of the Producers Toolkit will focus on The Australian Cultural Fund and innovative funding models, with Esther Gyorki, Program Administrator, Australian Cultural Fund. Producers Toolkit is a series of 6 weekly conversational workshops about contemporary concerns of producing creative projects both locally and nationally. A unique professional development opportunity focusing on curation […]

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Producers Toolkit #4: cultural democracy

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The fourth edition of the Producers Toolkit will focus on cultural democracy, with Simon Abrahams, Creative Director and CEO of the Melbourne Fringe Festival. Producers Toolkit is a series of 6 weekly conversational workshops about contemporary concerns of producing creative projects both locally and nationally. A unique professional development opportunity focusing on curation and programming, […]

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Producers Toolkit #3: innovation and entrepreneurialism

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The third edition of the Producers Toolkit will focus on innovation and entrepreneurialism in the Arts, with Camilo Potocnjak Oxman and Vincent Ward from Stir. Producers Toolkit is a series of 6 weekly conversational workshops about contemporary concerns of producing creative projects both locally and nationally. A unique professional development opportunity focusing on curation and programming, […]

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Producers Toolkit #2: place and environment in creative practice

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The second edition of the Producers Toolkit will focus on deeper understandings of place and environment in creative pratice, with Douglas A. Amarfio and Rosanna Stevens. Producers Toolkit is a series of 6 weekly conversational workshops about contemporary concerns of producing creative projects both locally and nationally. A unique professional development opportunity focusing on curation […]

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Producers Toolkit #1: hybrid and collaborative arts practice

Published: Tuesday, 4 October 2016

Kicking off the first session in the Producers Toolkit series, we’re welcoming Willoh S. Weiland, Artistic Director of Aphids by video-link from Finland where she is creating a new work as part of the prestigious ANTI Festival International Prize for Live Art. Willoh will speak on curating and programming hybrid, collaborative and socially engaged projects, […]

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Early Classical Improvisation Workshop with Andreas Böhlen

Published: Friday, 23 September 2016

Andreas Böhlen, who performs internationally in both the early music world (recorder) and the jazz world (saxophone) will lead a workshop for students of any melody instrument. Improvisation was a major part of playing in the renaissance and the baroque eras, and in this workshop students will have the chance to learn to improvise in […]

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Ensemble Emovere in Concert

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A unique concert exploring forms of improvisation in both early and contemporary music. Renaissance hits such as La Spagna and La Monica contrasting with contemporary works by composers such as Kate Moore and Frederic Rzewski will provide the foundation of the program. Excitingly, there will also be some rarely seen footage of the experimental recorder […]

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