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The CAAP Artist Lab is back – this time in South Australia!  We're calling all South Australian-based artists with a performance-related practice, and who identify as Asian Australian to submit your expression of interest to take part in this exciting initiative.

The CAAP Artist Lab SA is a 5 day lab which will take place in person in Adelaide from 1 – 5 November 2021 as part of OzAsia Festival. The program will be designed in response to artists' Expressions of Interest and will include peer-to-peer learning.

It's an opportunity to:

  • Expand your creative practice in an environment that encourages experimentation
  • Meet fellow artists and potential future collaborators
  • Engage and work directly with partner companies and their artists

The CAAP Artist Lab SA is presented in partnership with leading SA companies ActNow Theatre, Brink Productions, Nexus Arts, State Theatre Company of SA and Vitalstatistix, plus the Assemblage Centre for Creative Arts at Flinders University and the Adelaide Festival Centre’s OzAsia Festival. It is supported by the South Australian Government through Arts SA.

Find out more and submit your Expression of Interest
Applications close midnight Friday 13 August 2021


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IN DEVELOPMENT

Perahu-Perahu

 

 

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Perahu-Perahu
(meaning “boats” in Indonesian) is a new collaboration between celebrated visual artist Jumaadi and composer/sound designer Michael Toisuta. The play reimagines the magical world of shadow theatre, using cutouts, found materials, overhead projection and live music to focus on the boats and ships that have sailed between the Indonesian archipelago and Australian waters for hundreds of years.

 

Supported as part of the Carriageworks 2021 In Development Program

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