Posts by CuriousWorks
We’re thrilled to announce that our Artistic Director S.Shakthidharan is CarriageWorks Arts Centre 's inaugural Associate Artist, from 2013-2015.
Check out his first blog post to see what this new partnership will create… the post starts with a bit about TV series True Blood and ends on Indian classical music.
“On the one hand transmedia production is fertile ground for communities in the margins of Western society. They have the tools now to create transmedia artistic product that better mirror the complexity of their own aesthetic and cultural systems – product that can reach a mass audience. On the other hand, transmedia production is potentially dangerous ground for communities who might end up commercialising what is scared to them without retaining control.”
Also worth reading if you’re wondering what the hell transmedia is.
Housed in the old Eveleigh railyards on Wilson Street, Redfern, Carriageworks produces and presents…
Testing the tech for The Other Journey before we head off to Ten Days on the Island, Tasmania’s international arts festival. #pheweverythingisworking
Tickets available here: http://www.tendaysontheisland.com/2013-program/the-other-journey
Shortcuts Film Festival, a festival for Western Sydney’s young people, is accepting submissions now! Hoping to see some familiar faces there, good luck!
Head on over to Powerhouse Youth Theatre’s site for more details: http://pyt.com.au/shortcuts/submit-a-film/
Submit a film – Powerhouse Youth Theatre
AUDITIONS: CuriousWorks is excited to be collaborating on “Tough Beauty” this year, an original stage work to be premiered at the Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre. The Director is looking for young actors to audition! Download the PDF for more details: http://archive.curiousworks.com.au/files/2011/07/Tough-Beauty_Audition.pdf
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Over 4 years, Vanessa was Co-Founder and General Manager of Komunitas TUK, an environmentally focused arts organisation in Central Java, Indonesia ( http://www.grakkart.com/tuk ). Vanessa also project managed the very successful Festival Mata Air, TUK’s annual site based arts festival, which was attended by over 10,000 visitors annually. During this time Vanessa developed a broad range of skills across a number of critical areas, including marketing, human resource management, leadership and capacity building, program development and event management.
With an educational background in Social Anthropology and Asian Studies, Vanessa has a critical eye for inter-culturality and people management, along with excellent financial, administration and networking skills.
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