29 March 2012
Ilbijerri Theatre Company’s Jack Charles V the Crown charmed international agents at the Australian Performing Arts Market (APAM) in Adelaide in March. Performed by Jack Charles himself, the delightful one-man show tells the story of Jack’s extraordinarily raucous, crime-filled life, and his redemption. ‘It received such a fantastic response, 68-year-old Jack is now getting ready.
6 March 2012
On Sunday 26 February Kathy Keele, Australia Council CEO, spoke at the opening of the 2012 Australian Performing Arts Market at the Adelaide Festival Centre. Let me acknowledge the Kaurna people, the traditional owners of the land, and pay my respects to their elders, past and present. As CEO of the Australia Council for the.
2 March 2012
The Australian Performing Arts Market (APAM) closed yesterday with delegates claiming ‘best ever’ status. The market place was successful in exposing more 200 international visitors from 35 countries to 33 Australian performing arts companies. APAM is melting pot of ideas and dialogue between artists, and international and national presenters. The event commenced with a provocative.
28 February 2012
Tonight at the Australian Performing Arts Market (APAM) the Australia Council will be launching a showreel that highlights accomplished Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander performing arts companies. This year’s event boasts the highest attendance by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander performing arts sector, prompting Council to commission a special video showcase to give international attendees a taste of.