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CAAP Artist Lab Participants

We are thrilled to announce the 15 artists participating in the inaugural CAAP Artist Lab - an exciting new initiative developed in partnership with Sydney Theatre Company, Belvoir St Theatre, Griffin Theatre Company and the Australia-China Institute for Arts and Culture.

Lena Cruz, Happy Feraren, Ryuichi Fujimura, Aileen Huynh, Justice Jones Massaad, Andrew (undi) Lee, Melissa Lee Speyer, Michelle Lim Davidson, Nicole Pingon, Jennifer Rani, Monica Sayers, Khym Scott, Jordan Shea, Michael Toisuta, and Jennifer Wong will gather over five weeks from late Oct-November 2020 to learn, experiment, devise and develop new performance ideas and processes in a program that is tailored to the creative aspirations of the participants. The CAAP Artist Lab will be facilitated by director Darren Yap.

This initiative adds to CAAP’s suite of skills and sector development programs such as the CAAP Directors Initiative and the LOTUS Playwriting Project.

Longhouse Goes Global Panel

In this unprecedented time, CAAP is doing something unprecedented by going global with our next Longhouse.

It’s been a big year for Longhouse. Not only have we moved the program online, we’ve gone national for the first time in May. Now, for our third Longhouse of 2020, we are taking things even further to reach our fellow international practitioners in the Asian diasporic theatre community.

We have an extraordinary line up of panelists joining us LIVE from across the oceans:

The panel will be discussing how they’ve been responding to this year’s challenges, new ideas, opportunities and ways of working that may have emerged. They’d also be sharing what it’s like running an organization that dedicates and advocates for Asian diasporic storytelling.

It’ll be an afternoon of engaging and compelling conversation so don’t miss it!

It’s a free event. Register to get your zoom link.

Sat 10th October 4pm - 5pm ADST


Longhouse WIP 2020 Apply Now

It’s that time of the year!

Expressions of interest are now open to Asian Australian performance makers to present excerpts of their work at the annual Longhouse: Works in Progress at Carriageworks on Tuesday 10 November 2020.

This is a great opportunity to test your new work or idea in front of a warm and supportive audience. Excerpts must be under 15 minutes duration and will be presented with minimal tech support.

Submit your EOIs using this form by Monday 5 October 2020.

If you have any queries about your EOI, please contact Arisa at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Look forward to your submissions!

TUE 10 NOV | 6PM - 8PM | CARRIAGEWORKS | $15 + bf

BOOKINGS OPEN OCTOBER 13 - This event will comply with Carriageworks' COVID SAFE PLAN.

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