Our latest Annual Report is out and once again, we reflect on another great year of CuriousWorks.

2016 has been an exciting year of significant creative development and community engagement. We have produced some outstanding public outcomes across the Artistic, Curious Creators and Community Programs. It was the year we launched Colony, our signature new multi-platform arts project and introduced audiences to the futurist dystopia, When the Tide Comes In. We also completed production on the multi-platform artwork Laka (Myth), which is now in post-production stages and scheduled for launch over 2017 & 2018.

CuriousWorks continued training and mentoring a talented group of young emerging artists through our Curious Creators Program and engaged over 500 young people to tell their own stories, in their own ways, through film, theatre, photography, multi-platform and a variety of other art forms through our Grassroots Programs Beyond Refuge, ReFill and Connecting to Country.

If that gets you curious, you can download and read the full Annual Report here, which details the depth and breadth of our work in Western Sydney and beyond.

If you have been intrigued, inspired and entertained by our films, theatre and other arts projects, your generosity can help us tell the next story about ‘another Australia’ or contribute to our development of a new generation of storytellers. Don’t forget, CuriousWorks is a registered Australian charity so your donations are tax deductible, while adding social, cultural and economic value to the communities we work with. With the EOFY approaching why not Donate Now!

 

Always was, always will be Aboriginal land.

Our office is located on Tharawal country. Our work takes us across Tharawal, Dharug and Eora lands. We acknowledge the traditional owners of the land on which we work, and pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging.