Archive 2010
Chinese New Year 2014
cny14.jpg Happy New year!

2014 is the Year of the Horse, and Sydney celebrates with its always fabulous Chinese New Year Festival.  This year's program includes the Hunan Acrobatic Art Theatre's Lotus Wonderland, 300 performers from Beijing in China Meets Australia, and the always popular Cinema Alley organised by our friends at the 4a Centre for Contemporary Asian Art.  Check out the Festival Program , which runs 24 Jan-9 Feb.

 
Jenevieve Chang
jenevieve_chang_120.jpg Jenevieve Chang

Jenevieve Chang makes work across theatre, dance and performance. She trained at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance and the Central School of Speech and Drama in London.

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Stories on Radio National
willa_parents.jpg stories then & now on radio national

Performance 4a's hit show, Stories Then & Now, has been recorded for Radio National's 360documentaries program. Revised and produced specifically for the airwaves, the stories will be broadcast separately over coming weeks.  Willa Zheng's story, To Shanghai With Love, was the first to be aired on 2 Feb.  If you missed it, have a listen here .

 
Teik-Kim Pok

tk200.jpgTeik-Kim is a theatre-maker, performance artist and a NSW-qualified secondary drama teacher. 

On Sydney’s independent stages, he has appeared in two of Patrick Lenton’s works, The Bermuda Love Triangle and Sexy Tales of Paleontology.

As a theatre-maker and performance artist, Teik-Kim’s main inquiry lies in transgressing identity and boundary constructions expressed within popular culture. Responsible for solo performance works, Post-Op Chamber Piece, The Ozzie Citizenship Series and a series of performance lectures, The Guest Project (PACT & Griffringe) a mild distortion of his own research into his Hakka-Chinese cultural heritage, he is also creator of audience-activated live installations, Karaoke Massage (2005-) and I’m not a psychic, just a performer (Tin Sheds Gallery 2011).

He is currently developing The Urban Co-Apprentices Project with 4a Centre for Contemporary Asian Art, and for Performance 4a he has performed in Stories East & West at Belvoir, Riverside and Zenith Theatres.

He continues to advocate for arts education accessibility across all age groups and sectors within his current role as coordinator of Playwriting Australia's Outreach programs.

 
Gary Williams
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.

 
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