Alessio Cavallaro on Sat, 20 Apr 2002 07:55:01 +0200 (CEST)

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dear colleagues 

fyi + kindly forward the following information 
(contained between top and bottom ::::: lines) 
to other interested parties ... 

thanks, regards 

pls note new e-address ... 

(apologies for cross-postings) 



September 15-29, 2002
Charles Sturt University, Wagga Wagga, NSW

Time_Place_Space 1 is a two-week intensive training forum for up to twenty
Australian artists interested in hybridity as a methodology for making work.
Facilitated by national and international practitioners, Time_Place_Space 1
provides a stimulating, active environment for artists to engage in
training, discussion and research around some of the 'unnameable' issues
surrounding hybrid practices and their outcomes.

The workshop will consist of - collaborative conceptual development of
participant initiated projects; skills based development in relation to
screen, sound and dramaturgy; lectures, conversations and debates.
Participants will be provided with the full training program, access to
technical facilities, accommodation and subsidised catering.  Registration
is $900 full and $500 concession.  (Some travel assistance may be available
to artists who can demonstrate financial need. For details please contact
the Project Manager.)

Participants are required to demonstrate their experience in performance or
hybrid practice and their ability to work collaboratively.  Expressions of
interest should include: a statement addressing why you are interested in
participating; the conceptual framework for a project in the initial stages
of development; a curriculum vitae; support material from previous work and
two referees. 

For further info and the selection criteria, call 
Project Manager Julieanne Campbell on 
02 9698 7235 or email:
Deadline for receipt of Expressions of Interest is Wednesday May 8.

Time_Place_Space 1 is curated by Sarah Miller - Director of PICA, Julianne
Pierce - Director of ANAT, and Fiona Winning - Director of Performance
Space. It is an initiative of the New Media Arts Board in conjunction with
the Dance, Music and Theatre Boards of the Australia Council, and is managed
by Performance Space. The site partner is Charles Sturt University.



Alessio Cavallaro 
Producer / Curator New Media Projects 
+ Acting Curatorial Manager
Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI) 
opening mid 2002, Federation Square, Melbourne, Australia 

tel  61 3 9651 1235 
fax  61 3 9651 1600 
mob  0402 044 336 

GPO Box 4361 Melbourne VIC 3001 Australia 
3 Treasury Place East Melbourne VIC 3002 Australia


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