"Beautiful One Day"
Developed and produced by Illijerri Theatre Company (Melbourne), Belvoir St Theatre (Sydney), Version 1.0 (Sydney), and the Palm Island Community. Collaborators, which include our own Dr Paul Dwyer, are rehearsing at the Department of Performance Studies this week prior to the Melbourne season. Production runs from 26th Nov - Dec 1 at Arts House (Melbourne).
Image credit: Katia Molino, Brief Synopsis (2013) Photo by: Heidrun Lohr.
The Opera Project are the artists-in-residence, in the AV Room 18-22 November. They are re-rehearsing Brief Synopsis as part of YOU”RE HISTORY, the 30th birthday celebration of Performance Space.
Image credit: Tess de Quincey; photographer Lucy Parakhina.
The De Quincey Company are the Rex Cramphorn Studio’s artists-in-residence 11-17 November 2013. They are developing a new work ‘Box of Birds’. Box of Birds will be a live performance installation for YOU’RE HISTORY! Performance Space’s 30th birthday party. Tess de Quincey is an Honorary Associate of the Department of Performance Studies.
image credit: Peter Fraser
The Department of Performance Studies in collaboration with the De Quincey Co hosted a masterclass and symposium image dance think TANK from 4-9 November 2013.
Image: Rosie Findlay, recipent of the Dean's Citation for Excellence in Tutorials.
The Arts Faculty recently released their Excellence in Teaching Awards for 2013. We are very proud to announce that both Rosie Findlay and Dr Daniel Johnson were recipients of these awards.
Version 1.0 are regular artists-in-residence at the Rex Cramphorn Studio.
The Vehicle Failed to Stop is showing at Carriageworks, Sydney from 15-26 October. Tickets for the preview nights on 15 and 16 October are selling for $20. All other nights - $35.
SYDNEY IDEAS - DE-INVENTING IRELAND: CREATING A NEW REPUBLIC THROUGH THEATRE AND EDUCATION
15 October 2013
Some of you might find this talk by Michael Finneran interesting.
Ghenoa Gela in Cultivate 2013, image by Heidrun Lohr
Ghenoa Gela is the artist-in-residence at the Rex Cramphorn Studio. This residency is a partnership between the Department of Performance Studies and Performance Space.
Photo Credit: Marian Abboud. Briwyant
Vicki Van Hout is artist-in-residence at the Rex Cramphorn Studio. This residency is a partnership between the Department of Performance Studies and Performance Space.
Belvoir Theatre has kindly offered cheap $20 tickets to Performance Studies students to see Miss Julie, on Thursday 12 September or Wednesday 18th September, at 11:30am.
Honorary Associate of the Department of Performance, and previous academic of the Department, Dr J. Lowell Lewis has recently published ‘The Anthropology of Cultural Performance’ through Palgrave Macmillan Publishers.
Kate Leader, PhD graduate from the Department of Performance Studies accepts job as Lecturer at Birbeck College, University of London.
Free Dance events at the Art Gallery of NSW, featuring Agatha Snape- Gothe an Honours graduate from the Department of Performance Studies.
Photo: Heidrun Löhr
Martin del Amo is an Honorary Associate of the Department of Performance Studies. He is a Sydney based dance artist and movement trainer originally from Germany. As a performer, del Amo is widely recognised as a soloist but he has also collaborated with a number of artists of various genres and styles both in Europe and Australia.
Chatswood Musical Society is an amateur musical society that has been running for more than 50 years. They are a not-for-profit society. They would like to invite expressions of interest from anyone who would like to participate – the sorts of roles they are looking to fill include, but are not limited to technical crew, costumes, make-up, marketing, advertising, accounts or set building.
Photo: Shari Sebbens Taken by: John Feely
ARTHUR and Griffin Independent present the Sydney premiere of RETURN TO EARTH, by Lally Katz. The cast will spend a little over a month rehearsing in the Rex Cramphorn Studio. For two weeks they will open the rehearsal doors to allow Performance Studies students to observe their processes as part of PRFM 3962 Rehearsal to Performance.
The Hansard Monologues: A Matter of Public Importance is a verbatim play by Katie Pollock and Paul Daley. It is a co-production of the Seymour Centre, Merrigong Theatre Company, the Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre and the Department of Performance Studies at Sydney University. It stars Camilla Ah Kin, a recent Masters graduate from the Performance Studies Department, Sydney University.
The Physical TV Company is filming pickups for its documentary The Dancer from the Dance on Friday August 9. The filming will take place in a photographic studio in Kensington. Over 15 NSW dance makers will be filmed. We are seeking a few steady, hard-working, capable and flexible screen artists willing to help out in various ways – camera assistants, unit assistants, data wranglers, scribes, etc.
I want to draw your attention to this excellent way for you to access Griffin Theatre performances at an affordable rate. The Griffin artist card gives you access to $15 tickets to all their shows, discounted tickets at other companies, and puts you in touch with a network of other young theatre-makers. Whilst the form specifically asks for details of your artist-background, just talk about being one of our students.
PHOTO CREDIT: Mayu Kanamori
The De Quincey Company, artists-in-residence 25 June to 7 July 2013. Tess De Quincey is an Honorary Associate of the Department of Performance Studies.
Image taken by: Heidrun Lohr
VERSION 1.0 ARE THE ARTISTS-IN-RESIDENCE AT THE REX CRAMPHORN STUDIO 14-24 MAY 2013
AUSTRALIAN PERFORMANCE EXCHANGE IS THE ARTIST-IN-RESIDENCE AT THE REX CRAMPHORN STUDIO 30 APRIL TO 12 MAY 2013
Barbara Campbell, Broome study 8, 2012, charcoal and graphite on Canson paper, 76 x 112 cm . Photo: Heidrun Löhr
BARBARA CAMPBELL, HONORARY ASSOCIATE OF THE DEPARTMENT OF PERFORMANCE STUDIES IS OUR ARTIST-IN-RESIDENCE AT THE REX CRAMPHORN STUDIO 16-28 APRIL 2013
PICTURE TAKEN BY HEIDRUN LOHR
KAY ARMSTRONG IS ARTIST IN RESIDENCE AT THE REX CRAMPHORN STUDIO 5-24 MARCH 2013
Photo credit: Zan Wimberley
MARTIN DEL AMO WILL BE IN RESIDENCY AT THE REX CRAMPHORN STUDIO FROM 18TH FEBRUARY TIL 3RD MARCH 2013
photograph taken by Mayu Kanamori
LINDA LUKE WILL BE IN RESIDENCY IN THE REX CRAMPHORN STUDIO FROM 12-27 JANUARY.
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