Independent artists: $25
Staff from funded organisations: $75
Tuesday 4 December
10.00 a.m. - 4.30 p.m.
1 Market Street
Hi-Viz Practice Exchange is a new Chamber Made initiative for women working across performance, sound and music.
Hi-Viz is a day of discussions, exchanges, and interactions aimed at deepening dialogue around cross-artform practice, placing a particular emphasis on work residing at the intersection of performance, sound, and music. The practice exchange is intended to deepen dialogue, build networks, and nurture new understandings between women performance makers, theatre directors, composers, and sound artists. Chamber Made hopes to continue and expand Hi-Viz as an annual event.
Hi-Viz is for women working across performance, sound and music. It is for everyone in this space, from emerging to established artists. Hi-Viz is designed to bring women performance-makers, directors, composers, and sound artists into conversation with one another. Speakers and panellists include:
- Gail Priest (keynote presentation)
- Madeleine Flynn
- Genevieve Lacey
- Kate Neal
- Tamara Saulwick
- Gian Slater
- Kate Sulan
- Emma Valente
- Ria Soemardjo
- Adena Jacobs
- Alison Croggon (writer-in-residence)
- Cynthia Troup (writer-in-residence)
Whilst there are many artists working in these crossover spaces, there are few opportunities outside of the framework of producing work, to gather and interrogate this area of practice. Each artform discipline brings with it quite distinct languages, skills, processes, conventions and expectations.
Hi-Viz Practice Exchange aims to begin conversations to unpack these differences in the hope of developing a richer understanding of the possibilities of cross-artform practice. Importantly, it is also a day for practitioners from the often quite discrete scenes of contemporary performance/theatre, sound art, and new/art music to meet one another.
This inaugural Hi-Viz event will be hosted by The SUBSTATION.
Tuesday 4 December
10.00 a.m. – 4.30 p.m.
Attendance at Hi-Viz is by registration. There is a small fee attached to cover costs for the event. The day includes morning and afternoon tea and lunch.
Registrations will close on Friday 30 November 11.59pm AEST.
*NOTE: This project is a ‘Special Measure’ under Section 12 of the Equal Opportunity Act 2010 – meaning it can direct its focus towards women only. It is also open to artists who identify as non-binary in their gender identification.