Christine Davey

Christine Davey is a writer, director and academic living on Wadawurring country.

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Creative development sessions for ‘Portaloo’ with L-R: Jennifer Piper and Rachel Edmonds. Photo: Sarah Clarke. In front of a high church-like round window, two women sit behind a table looking at the camera. They are watching something or someone and have snacks on the table in front of them. One on the right with short dark hair and glasses holds a pen. One on the left with medium length blonde hair is laughing.

Creative development – a work in progress

What should creative development opportunities entail and look like today? ArtsHub attempts to find out.

'You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown' at Geelong Arts Centre. Photo: Michael Mason. Six performers dressed in colourful attire on stage with the background of a cartoonish park. They are posing in a group with happy and cheeky expressions.

Theatre review: You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown, Geelong Arts Centre

A vibrant production of the Charlie Brown franchise offers outstanding performances, but some outdated tropes.

Photo: Arisa Chattasa via Unsplash. Photo of a bauble made out of wood with the word ‘HOPE’ engrained on it, hanging from a Christmas tree.

The five creatives of Christmas

ArtsHub speaks with five regional creatives who recap 2023 and share their hopes for 2024.

Documentary. Image is a group of women in a small filming studio, with two sitting in chairs facing each other and another behind a film camera.

The Bold and Beautiful

A series of documentary filmmaking workshops specifically for women and gender diverse people aged over 40 exemplifies the agency of…


Something is happening...

The coming together of a show grounded in neurodiverse experiences by The Strangeways Ensemble.


Theatre review: Hells Gates, Geelong Arts Centre

A play that set a hopeful tone in the presence of abject hopelessness and told a story steeped in texture…


Fundamentals of arts fundraising

Money is a necessary component of the artistic journey for creatives, which is why getting arts fundraising right is critical.


Performance review: Risky Business, Geelong Arts Centre

Performance pieces and a conversation about living with disability raised as many questions as it answered.


Theatre review: Nosferatu, Malthouse

A modern telling of a classic tale plays around with a pastiche of Gothic tropes.