Archive 2010
The Longhouse Inaugural Event and Launch

Welcome to the LONGHOUSE

In some traditional societies, the Longhouse is the meeting place where the village gathers to share stories and bond as a community.  Performance 4a is pleased to announce our LONGHOUSE Program of networking and information sharing events, aiming to build the Asian Australian performance community.

For our inaugural event, we explored a topic that's critical to individual artists in the current funding cllimate. 

You're an independent asian australian artist with a great project....
How do you get it up?

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Three inspiring speakers will spark your lateral thinking:

  • PASCHAL BERRY - Performance Curator, Blacktown Arts Centre
  • DINO DIMITRIADES - Artistic Director, Apocalypse Theatre Company
  • MAYU KANAMORI - performance maker and photographer

Following the panel discussion and Q & A, join us for networking refreshments.

WED 12 AUGUST - 6pm - 8pm

107 Projects, 107 Redfern Street, Redfern

 
Men in Love
Men in LoveMen in Love

Through songs, sketches and multi-media projections Rick Lau explores the stages of love through the eyes of 10 men in a city apartment building.
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Gary Williams
Gary is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants has been partner of the accounting firm, Rosenfeld Kant & Co since 1994. Gary provides accounting, audit, taxation and financial planning services to a diversified range of clients including many in the arts industry.
 
William Yang
williamyang120.jpg William Yang

William Yang was born in North Queensland, his grandparents migrating from China to the Top End in the 1880s. After completing a Bachelor of Architecture at Queensland University he moved to Sydney in 1969 and worked as a freelance photographer documenting Sydney's social life which included the glamorous celebrity set and the hedonistic, sub-cultural, gay community.
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Yellowfeather
yellow-feather.jpgThe Studio, Sydney Opera House - 21 Sept-1 Oct 2005
Hothouse Theatre 2005 Comedy Festival - 1-11 Dec 2005
Hong Kong Fringe Festival - 25-27 Jan 2006

A comic multi-media piece of autobiographical theatre about a little girl who looks to popular culture to find a home: Yellowfeather is also the name adapted by her as she desperately seeks a reflection of her Indian-Australian identity.  Talk about confused.  Strongly influenced by pop music, film and TV, she takes on several different incarnations as she grows up, all set against the wonderful weirdness of living in contemporary Australia with an Indian father and English mother.

Written and performed by Georgina Naidu
Featuring DJ Schmidti
Directed by Sally Sussman.


 
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