Performance Space's LIVE EXCHANGE
EOIs now open
Performance Space has just announced their 2021 Liveworks Festival program and we are pleased to once again be partnering on the Delegates Program, LIVE EXCHANGE, which runs online from 20-27th October.
Expressions of Interest are now open for LIVE EXCHANGE. You can find more info here and apply here. The deadline for EOIs is Friday, September 24.
For full details about the festival program visit Liveworks 2021. Highlights include performances, talks and workshops by Australian artists Amrita Hepi, Ivey Wawn, Field Theory, Cherine Fahd, Daniel Kok & Luke George, SJ Norman & Joseph M Pierce, Julie Anne Long, Natasha Tontey and Sue Healey.
If you have any questions about LIVE EXCHANGE or the EOI process, please don’t hesitate to contact Liveworks Delegates Coordinator Veronica Barac-Gomez at email@example.com
This year, PSpace will work in collaboration with Sydney University to deliver LIVE EXCHANGE alongside the festival: a digital delegate program designed for national and international colleagues to remain connected, continue conversations about contemporary practice, develop new relationships and share in the discussion of future trajectories for experimental performance practice.
This program seeks to build new connections between like-minded organisations, artists and producers working in experimental practice. The program takes place virtually from Wednesday 20 October to Wednesday 27 October and includes an array of digital content and networking opportunities dotted amongst the digital offerings of the festival. There will be:
+ the opportunity to see a selection of new experimental works commissioned for the digital context, by artists from across Australia and Asia
+ access to conversations with artists, curators and producers from the region through a carefully-curated digital platform
+ discounted tickets for all Liveworks digital events
+ a specially-targeted series of online networking events with international and national colleagues, calibrated to time zones in Australia, Asia, the Pacific, Europe and North America
+ access to artist-specific digital content on-demand
+ experimental approaches to digital gathering