HONK! Oz Street Music Festival 2020
HONK! Oz Street Music Festival (9th-11th January, 2020) is a three day spectacle featuring alternative community bands and related arts.
The Survivors Dance
Thriving Dance Careers
This project hopes to change the treatment of cancer patients through the beauty of classical ballet. Six ballet dancers share their personal stories on stage and film. The documentary will be followed by live performance.
Mentorship with Memphis LK
Tilly Tjala Thomas
Memphis LK will mentor me in songwriting and digital recording skills over five days. I will use these skills to develop an EP that includes my Nukunu language (Aboriginal language from the Southern Flinders Ranges).
After another disappointing romantic interaction with a man, hapless, unlucky-in-love Sam drags her unwitting best friend Taylor to a no-men retreat where their friendship is challenged by their stay.
The Drama Club: Supporting Young Artists
Antipodes Theatre Company
In 2020, ATC will launch The Drama Club: a place where artists aged 18-25 can develop their creative skills and stay connected to Melbourne’s independent theatre community while balancing school, training, and/or work.
Sissy Screens is a digital magazine dedicated to queer screen culture. It is produced entirely by queer and gender diverse artists who are passionate about a platform to showcase queer creativity.
Creative Mental Health Programs 2020
Kapi Art Space
The overwhelming success of our first group art exhibition in October has led to the development of several projects moving into 2020, further giving voice to the area of mental health in the region.
Odessa Festival Orchestra
An elite orchestra made up of young musicians from all over Ukraine led by Australian conductor Vladimir Fanshil. We will be able to give Australian performers and composers the opportunity to perform in Europe.