Following the success of the inaugural Time_Place_Space workshop in 2002, expressions of interest are being sought from artists working across disciplines, cultures, and/or mediums to participate in Time_Place_Space 2. The workshop aims to challenge, invigorate and strengthen hybrid arts practice in Australia, with a strong emphasis on performance.
The workshop will be facilitated by national and international practitioners, including Ong Keng Sen (Artistic Director, Theatre Works, Singapore and founder of Flying Circus Project), Michelle Teran (Toronto-based performance, installation and online artist) and Margie Medlin (Melbourne-based filmmaker, lighting and projection designer). The workshop is open for up to twenty artists from diverse cultural, geographic and art form backgrounds.
Time_Place_Space 2 will provide an opportunity for participating artists to explore, debate, analyse and create. The workshop will encompass: collaborative, conceptual development of participant-initiated projects; skills-based development in relation to screen, sound and dramaturgy; and lectures, conversations and debates. Participants will be provided with the full training program, access to technical facilities and studio space, accommodation and subsidised catering.
Registration: $900 (full), $500 (concession).
Some travel assistance may be available to artists who can demonstrate financial need. For details please contact the Project Manager.
Expressions of interest must be received by mail by 28 February 2003 and should include: a 500-word statement addressing why you are interested in participating; the conceptual framework for a project in the initial stages of development (no longer than one page), a two-page curriculum vitae, support material and two referees.
This workshop is open only to AUSTRALIAN artists.
For further information and the selection criteria, contact the Project Manager, Julieanne Campbell on: Tel. 02 9698 7235 or email: email@example.com
Time_Place_Space 2 is curated by Sarah Miller - Director of PICA, Julianne Pierce - Director of ANAT, and Fiona Winning - Director of Performance Space. It is an initiative of the New Media Arts Board of the Australia Council, and is produced by Performance Space. The site partner is Charles Sturt University, Wagga Wagga.