Solid Ground is a major new partnership between Carriageworks and Blacktown Arts Centre. It provides arts, education and training outcomes for Aboriginal young people from the Redfern and Blacktown areas. Solid Ground creates opportunities for young Aboriginal people to work across contemporary theatre, dance, visual arts and music, gaining professional industry experience combined with skills based training.
CARRIAGEWORKS AND SYDNEY CHAMBER OPERA PRESENT THE HOWLING GIRLS In the weeks following the Sept 11 terrorist attacks, five teenage girls presented…
UNTIL represents Carriageworks’ most significant contemporary arts presentation ever. It also marks the artist’s largest project of his career.
In partnership with Singapore’s independent dance house, Dance Nucleus, The Chan Project is an international collaboration between Australia and Singapore featuring two extraordinary independent dance artists – leading Singapore dancer and choreographer, Christina Chan, and renowned Australian dancer and maker, Kristina Chan.
Cuz tells the story of the relationship between two extraordinary Aboriginal men, fair skinned Keithy Cobbo and his dark skinned cousin Bobby Bird.
My Kool Vietnam will be the world’s first A-Pop Asian Australian Pop musical with music by Vietnamese pop star Thanh Bui and directed by Darren Yap.
Today millions of children live in regions affected by armed conflict. Children are being killed, held in refugee camps, orphaned and tortured. They are witness to unspeakable violence. Children Of Gods is a rite of transformation – a ceremony led by children as a community response to the current scene of death, terror, refugees and displaced people.
In the coming four years Marrugeku will produce two programs of three intercultural dance theatre solos out of the Burrbgaja Yalirra program, each with an overarching theme of reciprocity.
A major new commission by Amy Amos Gebhardt and Dan Daw examining the language of connection between species and the place of humanity in the natural world.
The Yellamundie National First Peoples Playwriting Festival is the premiere event for the development of new Black Australian plays, and a meeting place for First Peoples storytellers internationally. Continuing a vital pathway to production, one of the plays from Yellamundie Festival 2017 will be selected by Moogahlin Performing Arts for further development throughout 2017.