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Longhouse: Brisbane

Longhouse Brisbane

 

After successful gatherings in Sydney, Perth and Melbourne, and nationally and internationally online, we are excited to announce CAAP's first Longhouse in Brisbane.

Hosted at Queensland Theatre, we will be exploring what pathways exist, and what needs to be developed for Asian-Australian artists to make their way onto Queensland stages and screens. With a panel of representatives from Queensland’s industry leaders, we’ll be asking questions like: Where do we go? Who can we talk to? What stories do we need to tell right now?

This will be followed by a tour of Queensland Theatre, and a chance to meet and mingle at the bar.

Join us in the Bille Brown Theatre to meet other Queensland creatives and discuss the future of contemporary Asian Australian performance.

Panellists (L-R):

  • Lee Lewis  Artistic Director Queensland Theatre
  • Loani Arman  Writer, Director & Filmmaker*
  • Sanja Simić  Creative Producer & Director in Residence, La Boîte Theatre Company
  • Janaki Gerard  Multidisciplinary Artist

 

Friday 27 August  |  6.30pm  | Billie Brown Theatre  | Admission free but bookings essential

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*Correction: our August ENews listed Loani Arman as Content Director at Screen Queensland.  This is incorrect. She is presently an independent performance practitioner with stage and screen experience.

Carriageworks and Contemporary Asian Australian Performance present

Perahu-Perahu

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Stunning imagery and live music turn the traditional art form of wayang kulit on its head as Indonesian Australian artist Jumaadi and his collaborators reinvigorate the ancient storytelling technique of shadow play.

Perahu-Perahu, which means ‘boats’ in Indonesian, explores the precarious relationship between humans and the sea. Inspired by the history of travel across the waters separating Indonesia and Australia, Perahu-Perahu is a surreal and magical adventure into new lands, bizarre encounters, triumph and peril.

Immersing audiences in an exquisite world of images crafted from hundreds of intricate cut-outs and compositions blending traditional and contemporary music, this satirical and playful new performance work is a captivating fusion of old and new.

Supported as part of the Carriageworks 2021 In Development Program the World Premiere of Perahu-Perahu will be presented by OzAsia Festival at the Space Theatre, Adelaide Festival Centre 27-30 October, 2021.

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Photo by Clare Hawley

Double Delicious at OzAsia Festival 2021

After sell out shows at Sydney Festival and Asia TOPA Double Delicious is back on the menu.  Join the original cast of living national treasure Elizabeth Chong, writer and broadcaster Benjamin Law, kim chi master Heather Jeong, writer/choreographer Raghav Handa and director/theatre-maker Valerie Berry, as they reveal the stories behind the significant dishes in their lives. Best of all, at the end of each story, the audience tastes the dish!  OzAsia Festival presents five shows only, in the sumptuous surroundings of the Grand Ballroom of the Intercontinental Hotel, Adelaide.
Thur 28 - Sat 30 October
 
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