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Board and Nicholas Ng at fundraiser

In October 2020, our fundraising campaign 100+ VOICES SPEAK reached its target of $25,000 and it was matched through Creative Partnerships Plus1. $50,000 makes a massive difference to a tiny company during a global pandemic. Heartfelt thanks to our generous donors for ensuring we can continue to grow and support our community.

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Contemporary Asian Australian Performance (CAAP) Ltd. is a national cultural leader in presenting contemporary Asian Australian stories.

Our stories are diverse and complex.

Our stories come from uniquely personal experiences, but resonate with many.

Our stories are for everyone.

Our activities and projects develop, nurture and champion Asian Australian artists to take their place on the main stages nationally and internationally.

A resident company of Carriageworks, our work has resulted in shows in Sydney, Adelaide, Darwin, as well as AsiaTOPA and OzAsia festivals, and in the seasons of major theatre companies such as Sydney Theatre Company and Belvoir, yet we remain relatively unknown as the powerhouse behind these stories.

Please help us magnify our profile by making a tax-deductible donation to one of our giving programs. Your contribution will support us to achieve much greater reach and impact.

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Contemporary Asian Australian Performance Ltd.

ABN 62 134 521 096
PO Box 3035
Redfern NSW 2016

Contemporary Asian Australian Performance Ltd, is a non-profit organisation and a company limited by guarantee. It is a tax deductible entity listed on the Register of Cultural Organisations maintained under Subdivision 30-B of the Income Tax Assessment Act 1997.


Image - CAAP BOARD with NICHOLAS NG at 2020 Fundraiser - courtesy of William Yang