23 May 2013
The Emerging and Experimental Arts section of the Australia Council hosted the first National Experimental Arts Forum on 5-6 May at Carriageworks in Sydney, facilitated by Jeff Khan and Bec Dean of Performance Space. Sixty participants including representatives from institutions, presenting venues, arts organisations, independent artists and groups, and government came together to build an.
21 February 2013
Two exhibitions by Song Dong, one of China’s most significant conceptual artists was arguably the highlight of the Visual Arts offerings at the Sydney Festival in 2013. Presented by 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art (4A) and Carriageworks, these two exhibitions reveal Song Dong as an artist who contemplates the cultural and historical context of.
15 November 2012
Sunday 7 October 2012 Carriageworks hosted Platform 5 Australian Hip Hop symposium. For decades hip hop has been used as a tool in Australia to work with a range of communities and extended the impact of engagement for a range of disadvantaged young people. Countless information has been sourced on the value of the projects and.
20 July 2012
The Australia Council’s Screen Dance initiative provides an arts organisation with $300,000 over a three-year period to develop, produce, manage, market and present a Screen Dance Program. Screen dance is dance choreographed specifically for screen, combining dance with film/video practice. ‘Screen culture has exploded into practically every part of our lives,’ says Chrissy Sharp, Chair.
27 June 2012
People-to-people engagement… ‘Artist in Residence’ is a term for an artist who lives and practices their art for a period of time with a host organization, away from their usual environment. Asialink residencies have contributed significantly to the health and vibrancy of the arts community in Asia and provided extraordinary creative stimulation to Australian artists,.
10 April 2012
This Friday and Saturday Groundswell presents the Multicultural Arts Forum 2012 at Carriageworks. The forum is a space for inclusive dialogue and networking for artists, arts workers, researchers and cultural policy decision-makers of all backgrounds. It’s time to discuss and decide upon actions that would reap the benefit of the enormous untapped cultural resources in.