Delve into current processes for making art and living life as a creative practitioner.
Independent creatives know the 'juggle' metaphor all too well. We are at once artists, producers, managers, advocates and community and cultural leaders; as well as children, parents, siblings, friends and lovers. How do these roles intertwine? How can they inform the way we embody our values, identity and politics?
Facilitated by Theatre Network Australia, we invite independent artists and producers to join special guests, Tariro Mavondo, Gareth Hart and Emma Hall, as they reflect on the intersections of their own varied arts practices.
Be part of the conversation as we delve into processes for making art and living life as a creative practitioner.
Theatre Network Australia (TNA) is the leading Australian industry development organisation for contemporary small to medium and independent performing arts. TNA strengthens artists and arts organisations; influences cultural policy; facilitates critical debate; and advocates for a more robust, interconnected and innovative sector. TNA is a national organisation with a dedicated Victorian program.
Image credit: Victoria Theatre Forum 2017 by Todd Murphy Design