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    Donate to our matched fundraising campaign with Creative Partnerships Australia.

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The Longhouse 2
 
CAAP is thrilled to announce our second national Longhouse program: Grantwriting 101 with Andrea Lim, Friday 17 July, 4pm AWST, 5:30 ACST, 6pm AEST.
 
This workshop will be aimed at the national Asian Australian performance community, and cover types of grants, project preparation, grants integration and more. As we continue to navigate all the available funding opportunities, you’ll want to make sure your application stands out from the crowd.
 
You won't want to miss this rare opportunity to refine your grant writing skills.
 
Andrea Lim is a Sydney-based Singaporean born cultural and community development worker that is passionate about arts-based initiatives for social justice and creating alternative spaces for BIPOC emerging artists.Andrea generated a great response when she spoke at our first national Longhouse, The Longhouse Gathers, so here’s a chance to hear more of Andrea's perspective and learn more from her expertise.
 
Attendance for this workshop is free, however we encourage you to support CAAP's work by donation to our matched fundraising campaign if you can.
 
 
Dear Australia Facebook Post Image
 
Between 2-5 July, 50 fearless and inspiring new short works from some of Australia’s best playwrights will be livestreamed by more than 30 performing arts organisations from across Australia.
 
At a time a pandemic has forced reflection and change, these playwrights have responded to questions that get to the heart of where our nation is and where it might go.
 
Commissioned by Playwriting Australia, the 50 monologues have been recorded by 50 actors, many in their own homes. These 50 postcards to Dear Australia are comforting, confronting, and a unique celebration of Australian voices.
 
Contemporary Asian Australian Performance is proud to have nominated playwrights Nakkiah Lui and Merlynn Tong for the Dear Australia project. Be sure to follow us on Facebook for updates on the project, and to join the event to tune into the livestream 2-5 July.