"...you start and you have to finish somewhere. And my time to finish..." - excerpt from Yesterday Tomorrow Here Today And here I am, back in Adelaide, and Plenty opens tonight. My last project for 2018, and I am in excellent company. And I have so much respect for Toby Chapman. He's put together a… Continue reading Yesterday Tomorrow Here Today / a year’s end
"I want to see you make a work out of your practice, and a practice out of your work." Wisdom passed down from mentor to friend. And I ponder this on a balmy Darwin night. It has been exactly a month since Ben decided to end our relationship. And I have found that it is… Continue reading May my practice be true
So far so good. I am sitting in the lounge room of a cottage in Geelong, where I’ve taken myself on a self-directed retreat/writing weekend. I hear the hum of the heater, and wind outside the house. Yes, it is one of those mega windy Victorian days. On my instagram account, this year has been… Continue reading 2017 / half time
These are a few things I am working on/researching/investigating/pursuing/practising this year: The Artist as Driver / conversations with independent artists on culture and the arts in Australia. The Artist as Driver / mentoring with Nicole Beyer and Theatre Network Australia. Lunch-bar-art-space. Housing security for Ben and I/artists. 来，吃饭(Come, eat) II in the City of Darebin… Continue reading 2017
In November, I hosted three dinner conversations with independent artists as part of The Artist as Driver, my research into leadership, governance, and advocacy as an independent artist. This early series, in very timely fashion, also bookmarked Arts Front 2030. The plan is to host more dinner conversations in the new year. Sign up here… Continue reading notes from artists dinners #1
Image from Walking Borders, courtesy of Scotia Monkivitch “I would also like to remember that while we gather here today to share in a meal over a migrant’s story, another group of people are gathering in front of Lady Cilento Hospital in solidarity with asylum seekers. I carry a red passport from the country… Continue reading Reflections post Saltwater at AusAsia
saltwater at theatre works, coming really soon.
Meet Jamie Lewis. Creator of Saltwater, opening at Theatre Works next month. Jamie is a performance maker originally from Singapore. A graduate of the LASALLE College of the Arts and the Victorian College of the Arts, Jamie creates and performs experimental and contemporary intercultural work. In 2012 she was a co-creator with Dan Koop & Co. on The Stream / The Boat / The Shore / The Bridge which received a Green Room Award for Outstanding Production – Creative Agency for Audiences.
Saltwater invites you into an evening of storytelling, conversations and food. In a quick turnaround, Jamie finds herself married and migrated. To make things work, she channels the women in her life for answers. This is a live art experience that invites 15 strangers to share a meal and travel through memories of Singapore, childhood and lessons learnt.
This week we Jamie…
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We are in the second week of rehearsals. Today, I did a sketchy run with the team - with food - and the new stories - and it was good. I mean it was rusty, but it was good. It was good to hear the words roll out of my mouth, and laughter from my… Continue reading saltwater week two day one