Hello World! Promoting the Arts on the Web Print Email Email to a friend Your email Your name Friend's email Friend's name Verification Please prove your humanity Go on prove it :) Close Related Articles Breaking: Mona Foma confirmed Launceston relocation Tasmanian government commits $1.75 million to the relocation of Mona Foma (MoFo) to Launceston for each of next three years. Price first, design later - how the arts can learn from IKEA Setting the price point for an arts event can often be the death of it. IKEA demonstrate how flipping the model might guarantee greater success. But does this realistically translate to the arts context? How arts organisations are combating sexual harassment in the workplace New initiatives and better resources are becoming available in the effort to create safer workplaces in the arts. Here’s what you need to know. What are the Top 3 Australian Films #YouMustSee? It's yet another canny campaign to get people talking about Australian films. But this one promises the winners a festival screening at the Adelaide Film Festival in a unique example of audience curation. (Premium content) Premium content Robert Reid Thursday 19 May, 2011 CURRENCY HOUSE: Robert Reid analyses one of the most dizzying examples of the transformative power of the Internet - the self-broadcasting websites and individual blogs. This content is only available to members of ArtsHub Join Now for instant access! A subscription to ArtsHub will enable you to: Access the most comprehensive jobs board for the arts sector, with hundreds of positions posted weekly Keep up to date with the latest industry news Access thousands of members-only features, articles and guides Be in the know with upcoming events and exhibitions added daily Learn how and where to get grants, with the most extensive grant finder ... and much, much more. Join Now and join the Australian arts community today Member login Email address Password Forgot password? About the author Robert is Artistic Director and a founding member of Theatre in Decay in Australia. He has written all but one of it’s plays and has had work produced by other companies through out Australia also. Robert’s works produced by Theatre in decay include Noni Hazlehurst is Dead, Customers, The New Scum, All Dressed Up and No-one to Blow, Screaming in America: The Bill Hicks Project, All of Which are American Dream, A Mile in her Shadow, Sweet Staccato Rising and Empire. With theatre in decay Robert has toured to the Wellington Fringe, NZ, the C+ season in Canberra and the Adelaide Fringe. His works produced by other companies include Pat Sabatine’s Eighth Birthday Party, presented by St. Martins Youth Arts Centre and Australian Theatre for Young People with Blind Girls Play, The Fat Black Pussy Cat and Comfortably Dumb presented by Lunchtime Theatre, Gone broadcast by 2SER FM, The Man Who Had Gout broadcast by 3RRR FM, The Battle of Bourke Street for St. Martins Youth Art’s Center’s Scattergun project and September presented by MAKEbeLIVE at the Darlinghurst Theatre. Robert directed Tyranny by Barry Dickens at La Mama, An Actor Prepares by James Adler at Theatreworks and Oedipus for Eagles nest theatre. Robert won the St Martin’s Playwright of the year award in 2000 for Pat Sabatine’s Eighth Birthday Party. His play, Empire, was given a special commendation by Melbourne Fringe in 2004. He was given the R.E. Ross Trust Playwright Development Award for his play A Mile in her Shadow in 2005. His play Sad Bird Boy and the Scalpel Fingered Girl won both the Best Independent Theatre Company Prize and the Best Overall Performance Prize at Short and Sweet Melbourne 2005. Robert is an Affiliate Writer at MTC this year, an Associate Artist at The Storeroom and is a Masters Candidate at QUT.