Longhouse

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.

Longhouse Goes Global

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COVID has forever changed the way we think about borders and connection, and that's had a huge impact on the performing arts. In CAAP's next Longhouse, we explore the reality for artists in Australia and China who want to connect and collaborate.

In this current climate, where cross-cultural interaction matters more than ever, what opportunities are available for building capacity, sharing knowledge, artistic exchange and collaboration? What are the challenges, best practices, and success stories?

Join Longhouse Co-ordinator Jennifer Wong in this timely and insightful online conversation with (L-R):

  • Bergen-based performance curator Wang Jingyi
  • Naarm (Melbourne)-based multidisciplinary artist Roshelle Fong
  • Beijing-based theatre director Wang Chong.

Monday 7 June 6pm-7.30pm (AEST)

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The Longhouse is CAAP’s networking and information-sharing platform. This edition of Longhouse Goes Global has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body and the National Foundation for Australia-China Relations.

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Carriageworks and CAAP present

Longhouse 2021

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CAAP Artists Create Chemisty - Inside the Artist Lab

Wish you could have been a part of The Artist Lab 2020?  Want to know what our artists got up to and what’s next for our Artist Lab program in 2021 and beyond?   Join our new General Manager Suzanne Pereira in conversation with Artist Lab participants Happy Feraren, Jordan Shea and Jennifer Wong, and Artist Lab partner organisation Griffin Theatre Company's Tessa Leong.
 
And don’t worry if you’re interstate – we’ll still be Zooming this year.  Coming up The Longhouse National will connect the CAAP Community across the country online; and continuing on from its success last year, we’ll run The Longhouse Goes Global across two events that will connect us with our colleagues in Greater China.  Keep a look out for upcoming dates in future newsletters and on our socials.

THE LONGHOUSE   |  THUR 8 APRIL  |  6PM  |   CARRIAGEWORKS  |  $15 +bf

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The Longhouse Works-in-Progress 2020

The annual CAAP Works-In-Progress showcase on 10th November featured some of the freshest works in development by Asian Australian artists. We were delighted to host this line up of exciting and diverse excerpts, spanning new writing, musical theatre, sound art and dance, performed live at our home venue of Carriageworks.

  • Of Stubborn Songs and Unequal Wars by Nithya Nagarajan and Liv Satchell
  • 28 Banksia St by Vidya Makan, Tasnim Hossain and Jonathan Ware
  • Untitled NAT/JESSIE/JIMMY Project by Nicole W. Lee
  • Don’t Box Us Up by Deborah Faye Lee
  • “UnAustralian” from Fraser Babies by Jules Orcullo

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Longhouse Goes Global Panel
 

In this unprecedented time, CAAP is doing something unprecedented by going global.

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 reach out to fellow international practitioners in the Asian diasporic theatre community.

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

Facilitated by Arisa Yura.

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.

This event took place on Oct 10th.  You can watch the recording on CAAP's YouTube Channel.

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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.
 
 
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Thank you to everyone who came along to CAAP's first national Longhouse, The Longhouse Gathers, Thursday 14 May 2020. It was wonderful to see attendees from all across Australia. A special thank you to our special guest contributors: Rani Pramesti, Jamie Lewis, Andrea Lim, Panda Cheong, Katrina Irawati Graham and Joe Paradise Lui.

Stay tuned for updates about our Longhouse program for 2020 by following CAAP on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram and subscribing to our e-news.

Below is a summarised list of resources provided by our guest contributors on the night:

CRISIS RELIEF FUNDS AND GRANTS

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Since the Longhouse program was established by Contemporary Asian Australian Performance (CAAP) in 2015, it’s become a space of togetherness, sharing, and connection for Asian Australian people in the performing arts in Sydney, Melbourne, and Perth. Since then, we’ve seen the spark of new projects, collaborations, new conversations, and friendships.
 
The Longhouse is now moving online. This means we can keep the spark alive from our own homes - wherever you are around the country. So we thought we’d ask you: what kind of Longhouse program would you like to see?
 
Be part of the conversation about what the Longhouse will look like in 2020, and how we can continue building our Asian Australian performance community from here. Take this 5 minute survey and help create a Longhouse program that speaks to you. Step out of your iso-bubble and to stay connected with Asian Australian artists and arts workers from around the country.
 
Get your responses in by 21 April and you’ll play a big part in shaping CAAP’s first ever national Longhouse. (Stay tuned for details!). Any questions or concerns, shoot an email through to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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Join us for the final Longhouse of 2019 – the annual CAAP Works-In-Progress showcase featuring some of the freshest works in development by Asian Australian artists. We're delighted to announce this line up of exciting and diverse works, spanning new writing, improv comedy, sound art and dance.

  • Nas' Marriage Agency by Saman Shad
  • Titanic: A Chinese Afro-French Remake by Jordan Shea, Sam Wang and Aileen Huynh
  • Fillow Talk with Happy Feraren and Jeff Mesina
  • Repression and Response by The Gentle Paul Collective

The evening will conclude with the launch of CAAP's matched fundraising campaign, followed by networking, drinks, and nibbles.

THU 14 NOV  |  6PM - 9PM  |  CARRIAGEWORKS | $15 + bf carriageworks black100

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We return to Southbank Theatre's Lawler Theatre for the second Longhouse: Melbourne, celebrating their season of Golden Shield by exciting Asian Australian playwright Anchuli Felicia King. Hear insights from the show's creative team about bringing this incendiary new work to stage, and network with your fellow Asian Australian performance community. Panellists include:

  • Director Sarah Goodes
  • Associate Designer Kat Chan
  • Assistant Director Alice Qin
The evening will be facilitated by CAAP director Diana Nguyen, and will feature a short video provocation by playwright Anchuli Felicia King. Tickets are available now. The panel discussion, including audio of questions and comments from the audience, will be live-streamed on CAAP’s Facebook page. 


THU 5 SEP  |  6PM - 8PM  |  LAWLER THEATRE | $15 + bf

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