PACT Centre for Emerging Artists
107 Railway Parade,
PACT is a fully accessible space with a small ramp at the entrance, flat floors throughout and dedicated wheelchair accessible toilet and accessible street parking (non-dedicated). The closest accessible train station is Newtown Train Station (15 mins).
The Thursday 20 July performance will be AUSLAN interpreted.
For an access walkthrough of PACT, click here
Experience an evening of performances, experiments, installation and celebration at Queer Nu Werk, hosted by the incredible King Cuuntessa.
Across two big nights we unleash a piping hot program of Queer art created by the next generation of artists from across Australia. The culmination of Performance Space's Queer Development Program, Queer Nu Werk is a much-loved performance night in which Workshop and Residency artists can present their works-in-progress to a live audience of queer community and allies.
As the sun sets on the Inner West wind your way through PACT Centre for Emerging Artists and witness a series of short performances served up fresh from development. In 2023, expect genre-defying works across a range of artforms - from performance to video to dance and everything in between.
6:00pm - 7:00pm : DJ & PACT Bar
7:00pm - 8:00pm : Act 1 (Adam Jones, Amit German, Georgia Banks & Gee, Ripley Kavara, Sophie Dumeresq, AnSo)
8:00pm - 8:30pm : Intermission
8:30pm - 9:30pm : Act 2 (Lucy Doherty, Kady Robinson, Eden Swan, Gok-Lim Finch, Tay Haggarty)
9:30pm - 10:00pm : DJ & PACT Bar
The Stephen Cummins residency artist is supported by Little Orange, a Campbelltown Arts Centre working studio for artists who identify as a person living with disability, d/Deaf and Hard of Hearing and/or Disabled Creatives.