Creating a locale for artistic creation, research and innovation in cross-artform practice.
Hi-Viz Practice Exchange
An initiative aimed at deepening dialogue around cross-artform practice, placing a particular emphasis on women, gender diverse and trans artists whose work resides at the intersection of performance, sound, and music.
Orange House by the Sea Artist Residency
Our residency for mid-career women and non-binary artists who are working at the intersections of performance, sound and music.
Little Operations, the company’s research and development stream, is where we seed and explore new ideas. A key function of Little Operations is to connect with independent artists and test new artistic concepts and collaborations.
Internships and Mentorships
Through annual internships and mentorships, Chamber Made fosters students, emerging and early career artists and arts workers.
Audiosketch is a Chamber Made podcast created and produced by Roslyn Oades. Roslyn created a series of art dates with artists about their practice, with conversations particularly referencing how they have been listening at this moment in time.
The Salon Program is an opportunity for audiences to delve deeper into the content of our works. Based on a keynote presentation model, each Salon is set around themes and ideas underpinning current artworks of the company.
Chamber Made partnered with Experimenta, QUT Creative Industries and The Robotics Vision Lab for a research project into the intersections of music, performance and robotics technology.
Chamber Made partnered with RMIT University in collaboration with the Australia Council for the Arts and Fed Square to develop a new Australian Research Council (ARC) Linkage Project 2014 – 2017, investigating methods of preserving the intimacy of performance in a digital age.
The Venny is a communal backyard and drop-in centre for children-at-risk in Kensington. Chamber Made partnered with The Venny to deliver a program of music lessons, workshops and other activities such as co-devising performance works with the children over a seven-year period from 2012 to 2018.