Performing Lines Tas

Tarraleah Artist Residency

The annual Performing Lines TAS artist residency is an opportunity for Tasmanian performing arts practitioners, be they writers, choreographers, dancers, directors, actors, theatre makers or any live art practitioners and…

Residencies

Opportunity Details

Closing Date

Jul 24, 2022

Location

Australia

Artform

All Arts

This year the residency will run from
8am Friday October 7 – Sunday October 9 2022 with working days across the weekend running from 9am-7pm.

Application is by completing this EOI survey .
Deadline Midnight, Sunday 24 July.

Successful applicants will be notified by Wednesday 3 August.

The annual Performing Lines TAS artist residency is an opportunity for Tasmanian performing arts practitioners, be they writers, choreographers, dancers, directors, actors, theatre makers or any live art practitioners and collaborators to come together in a supportive, creative environment to test ideas, consider new collaborations and explore cross artform possibilities.

The 3-day, 2-night event at Tarraleah in the Tasmanian highlands is an opportunity to be completely immersed in a creative space with supportive colleagues and world class mentors.

The weekend will include;

– 20×20 presentations of participant projects ideas;

– working with mentors in groups and one-on-one;

–  optional morning warm ups;

– informal networking and skill workshops;

– accommodation, transport and evening meals.

A range of highly skilled mentors from different arts practices across Australia are provided to inform project development. In previous years these have included Gideon Obarzanek Maude Davey, Isaac Drandic, Margi Brown Ash, Kirk Page, Deborah Pollard, Sue Giles, Raimondo Cortese, Kyle J Morrison,Julie-Anne Long, Sarah Neal, Van Badham, Courtney Gibson, Stephen Armstrong, Lindy Hume, Brian Ritchie and Lucy Forge among others.

Expressions of interest will be reviewed by a curatorial panel who will take into consideration the calibre of the artist(s), the idea and a range of other balancing issues including artforms, geography, and experience to ensure the right mix of people for a vibrant weekend.
Both individuals and groups* (up to 3 members) may apply to attend. *additional group members will be required to pay a higher contribution to attend.
For more information, visit Performing Lines Tas