Category Archives: EVENTS

all that we are workshop at ArtPlay

7 – 8 October 2017: ArtPlay, Melbourne An intergenerational workshop that explores connection, all that we are invites adults and children alike to create a simple androgynous figure using fallen branches and plaster bandages. The completed figures will be placed holding

all that we are workshop at ArtPlay

7 – 8 October 2017: ArtPlay, Melbourne An intergenerational workshop that explores connection, all that we are invites adults and children alike to create a simple androgynous figure using fallen branches and plaster bandages. The completed figures will be placed holding

Presentations at Education Transforms Symposium and ALEA Conference, Hobart

Victoria and Simon both presented at the Peter Underwood Centre’s Education Transforms Symposium in Hobart. Simon ran a workshop about building curatorial frameworks for third spaces and Victoria presented on Democratising the Book. Education Transforms Victoria also ran a workshop

Presentations at Education Transforms Symposium and ALEA Conference, Hobart

Victoria and Simon both presented at the Peter Underwood Centre’s Education Transforms Symposium in Hobart. Simon ran a workshop about building curatorial frameworks for third spaces and Victoria presented on Democratising the Book. Education Transforms Victoria also ran a workshop

Through a Glass Darkly performance to promote their debut album, ‘Oneiric’

Through a Glass Darkly (Sam McCauliffe, Tony Hicks and Mark Shephard) launched their debut album at MONA on 9 July and performed a special intimate pre-launch performance with All That We Are on the evening of  Friday 7 July. We combined

Through a Glass Darkly performance to promote their debut album, ‘Oneiric’

Through a Glass Darkly (Sam McCauliffe, Tony Hicks and Mark Shephard) launched their debut album at MONA on 9 July and performed a special intimate pre-launch performance with All That We Are on the evening of  Friday 7 July. We combined

ArtsFront 2030 gathering

all that we are hosted the first Tasmanian gathering of ArtsFront 2030, bringing together artists and activists from across the state. Arts Front is a four-year project supporting artists to take the lead in shaping the future of culture and the arts

ArtsFront 2030 gathering

all that we are hosted the first Tasmanian gathering of ArtsFront 2030, bringing together artists and activists from across the state. Arts Front is a four-year project supporting artists to take the lead in shaping the future of culture and the arts

Theatre Network Australia Tasmania think tank

Theatre Network Australia brought theatre practitioners from across the state together for a morning of networking and planning, all that we are hosted the gathering providing refreshments and a creative space for working.

Theatre Network Australia Tasmania think tank

Theatre Network Australia brought theatre practitioners from across the state together for a morning of networking and planning, all that we are hosted the gathering providing refreshments and a creative space for working.

Simon presenting on next stage of PhD

Simon presented on the second phase of his PhD at RMIT in Melbourne last week. This reflective practice-based PhD impacts across all the work of all that we are in terms of defining and clarifying our practice. The representation to

Simon presenting on next stage of PhD

Simon presented on the second phase of his PhD at RMIT in Melbourne last week. This reflective practice-based PhD impacts across all the work of all that we are in terms of defining and clarifying our practice. The representation to

Creative Activists Tasmania – outcomes

We had really helpful feedback on the day. There was a general consensus that the conversations and networking was extremely valuable and the constructive feedback that the decision to allow the unstructured nature of the afternoon lost momentum and was not

Creative Activists Tasmania – outcomes

We had really helpful feedback on the day. There was a general consensus that the conversations and networking was extremely valuable and the constructive feedback that the decision to allow the unstructured nature of the afternoon lost momentum and was not