2019 RESIDENCIES & WORKSHOPS

Performance Space is proud to continue our commitment to the development of artists’ practices with our range of residencies and workshops in 2019. These programs provide a valuable opportunity for artists to extend their practice, experiment with new ideas and develop creative skills within a supportive environment. Explore the opportunities below!

 

EXPERIMENTAL CHOREOGRAPHIC RESIDENCY
Performance Space & Critical Path
23 April – 10 May 2019

Established in 2016, the Experimental Choreographic Residency is an opportunity for an artist or artist collaboration to spend three weeks focused on experimental choreographic practice. The residency has previously supported Justin Shoulder, Atlanta Eke, Rajni Shah, Victoria Hunt and Alex Tálamo.

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QUEER DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM: STEPHEN CUMMINS RESIDENCY
Performance Space & Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras in association with PACT Centre for Emerging Artists
21 March – 2 April 2019

Performance Space is seeking proposals for a two-week-long creative development residency at PACT Centre for Emerging Artists. This residency is designed to enable artists to make significant strides towards creating a new performance work. The development process will be overseen and facilitated by an experienced mentor: Performance Space can assist artists with selecting an appropriate mentor for their project, or applicants can nominate their own mentor for the residency.

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QUEER DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM: QUEER WORKSHOP INTENSIVE
Performance Space & Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras in association with PACT Centre for Emerging Artists
4 – 11 April 2019

The Queer Workshop Intensive is a professional development program focusing on practical and creative skills that develop queer performance practice. Participants will attend 7 days of workshops led by experienced artist facilitators who will introduce various methodologies for creating performance in a collaborative environment. The Queer Workshop Intensive will sharpen your creative and professional skills, connect you to an intergenerational community of queer makers and gives you the opportunity to present new material to the public as part of Queer Nu Werk.

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