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Pablo Latona

Published: Monday, 7 June 2021

Pablo is a funsmith. That means he invents playful experiences and offers them to other humans. Performing and directing for 25 years, he began as a circus performer before moving into physical theatre, clown, and participatory art. In that time he has directed dance shows in Nairobi; toured Europe with a monkey; taught skipping in […]

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Emma McManus

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Emma McManus is a theatre-maker, musician, director and current peer for the Australia Council for the Arts. A founding member of performance collective Applespiel, she has performed at Next Wave, Sydney Festival, Performance Space, Malthouse Theatre and You Are Here. In 2018 she was an intern with queer feminist theatre collective The Rabble and presented […]

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Sophia Dacy-Cole + Mils DC

Published: Friday, 26 February 2021

Sophia is a sculptor, performance artist and art writer with a Masters in Fine Art from Monash University, whose work has been shown in Brazil, USA, Canada, Scotland, Switzerland, Romania and Australia. Her work is concerned with the intersection of art and activism. She recently returned from Montreal where she was working for SenseLab: an […]

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Tristan Meecham

Published: Monday, 2 September 2019

Tristan Meecham is an artist who facilitates creative frameworks that enable social transformation; connecting community, audience and artists together in events that transcend the everyday. He is the Director of All The Queens Men. All The Queens Men create spectacular theatrical and participatory arts experiences. Established with Bec Reid, All The Queens Men champion social equality, celebrating […]

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Elisa Jane Carmichael

Published: Friday, 20 October 2017

In 2017, A + G is partnering with Big hART to bring visual artist, Elisa Jane Carmichael, who belongs to the Quandamooka people of Moreton Bay, Queensland, to Canberra during October and November. Elisa’s practice traverses a range of mediums including textiles, paints and fibres. Her work has been exhibited and published nationally and internationally […]

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