This info session will introduce you to The Blue Room Theatre staff, Assembly’s coordinator Zal Kanga-Parabia and together we will go through what the mentorship is all about so you can feel confident putting in an expression of interest and have any questions answered. This mentorship is all about creating a community and that begins from the first steps!
Are you an emerging artist that identifies as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander or as Culturally and Linguistically Diverse, and is looking to get involved in theatre and live performance? Whether that be directing, producing, performing, writing, designing, stage managing, composing, choreographing or even being the director of a theatre company, we would love to support you in taking the first steps along this journey through our new program, Assembly.
Eight emerging artists from an ATSI or CALD background from the ages of 18 – 26 will be guided through an in-depth year of engagement with The Blue Room Theatre, its productions and artists throughout 2019.
The range of engagement will include:
• Tickets to Summer Nights, 2019 Development Season and Winter Nights productions and events
• Professional development activities
• Mentorship in career and project development with practicing WA artists
Find out more or fill out an expression of interest here:
Please note: This information session is free to attend however you will need to fill out this form by Friday 2 November to RSVP your place - https://blueroom.org.au/assembly (bottom of the page).
We at TBRT proudly acknowledge that this event and mentorship is being held on Whadjuk Noongar boodja and pay our respects to elders past, present and future.
Image: Duncan Wright
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