June 30, 2010 to July 10, 2010
The Colour Blind Project aspires to break casting boundaries and embrace the multicultural and Indigenous talent in Australia. The two-week short play festival will showcase a diverse pool of actors performing new innovative works from writers from all over Australia.
Wednesday – Saturday 8pm | Book tickets here
Whether you’re a graphic designer, filmmaker, street artist, musician, fashion designer, illustrator – you can apply to RYD2010 for the chance to head overseas and work with some of the UK’s finest.
If you’re one of the 5 winners, your pockets will be lined with $8k, airfares will be payed-for and the British Council will help you out by designing a professional development program tailored to your professional dreams and aspirations.
Entries are now open and close 6pm Friday 18 June 2010
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Short works are requested for the first ever Colour Blind Project festival to be held in a theatre space in Darlinghurst at the end of June, 2010. Your short work must be an original response to “HALFWAY”.
The Colour Blind Project is a curated festival celebrating independent, innovative and new works for performance in order to showcase the diverse pool of multi-cultural talent in Australia.
Various Positions | Professional & Emerging Writers
Submissions close 5pm, Monday 22nd March.
February 6, 2010 to February 21, 2010
Showcases a huge range of exhibitors, talks, workshops, art, films and performances celebrating and inspiring sustainable communities.
There are too many great events to list here so check out the program. We will be posting some highlights next week and heading down to create a feature on it.
Anyone wanting to help us write, shoot, interview or code let us know, it will be greatly appreciated.
A play based on the writings of Rachel Corrie who went to Palestine as a part of peaceful demonstrations in the Gaza Strip against the demolition of civilian homes by the Israeli Defence Forces. In March that year she was killed by an IDF bulldozer. Playing at the Seymour Centre: May 28 – June 20