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Loom Arts and Management

Loom Arts and Management We are a not for profit who work with and for artists with disability and the broader arts industry to increase representation, access and inclusion.

We offer agency representation, career development support and a range of consultative services.

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Launching TOMORROW Dec 3rd from 4pm, tune in via our website www.loom.org.au for Loom Large - a celebration of our organ...
02/12/2022

Launching TOMORROW Dec 3rd from 4pm, tune in via our website www.loom.org.au for Loom Large - a celebration of our organisation and the incredible artists we work with! 🥳

This online showcase will feature performances by Olivia Muscat, Artemis Munoz, Tash Atkins, Kate Hood & Gaele Sobott.

Video will be captioned and will feature embedded audio description.



ID 1: Black text on a pale pink background reads: You are invited to Loom Large. An online celebration of Loom Arts and Management and our artists. There are golden yellow bursts of colour in the top left and bottom right corners of the background.

ID 2: white text on a black background reads: Loom Large will be live from 4pm, Saturday 3rd December 2022. This event will be captioned and will feature embedded audio description. For more information visit www.loom.org.au or contact us on Instagram .org.au or via Facebook . Proudly supported by Yarra City Council. There is a City of Yarra logo at the bottom of the image.

Last week we were incredibly proud and humbled to be awarded the 2022 National HESTA Excellence Award for Outstanding Or...
01/12/2022

Last week we were incredibly proud and humbled to be awarded the 2022 National HESTA Excellence Award for Outstanding Organisation in Disability Services✨

An amazing honour to be awarded this in our first two years of operation! We can’t thank .super enough 💜



Image description: Zoe and Hannah, two very proud Co-Executive Directors, stand in front of a white backdrop holding a rectangle, purple HESTA award. Zoe is wearing a long sleeve emerald green dress and her long, auburn-red hair is down. Hannah is wearing a long sleeve, black dress, red lipstick, oversized gold earrings, and her brown hair is tied back apart from her fringe.

30/11/2022

A beautiful creation in collaboration with and 🌈✨💖

Disney would like everyone to know that “LGBTQIA+ people should wear what they want to wear and be who they want to be”. We love you, Disney!



Video Description: Disney in the Loom studio wearing a very fabulous gown with organza frills layered in white, yellow, orange, red, royal blue, pink, aqua, purple and gold. They slowly spin while holding the edges of the dress out to show its incredible fullness. There are colourful paintings and drawings on the walls behind them.

Filming a beautiful collaboration between the legendary Kate Hood and Gaele Sobott. Watch this space for details of our ...
25/11/2022

Filming a beautiful collaboration between the legendary Kate Hood and Gaele Sobott. Watch this space for details of our upcoming online event Loom Large supported by Yarra City Council on December 3rd 💕



ID: a photo of Kate, a middle-aged wheelchair user sitting in her apartment holding a black folder in her lap. She smiles at the camera. A video camera on a tripod with a microphone mounted on top points towards Kate to the left of the frame.

Thank you Pro Bono Australia for chatting with us! A lovely interview with Loom’s Co-executive Director Zoe Boesen and w...
21/11/2022
Making the arts more accessible

Thank you Pro Bono Australia for chatting with us! A lovely interview with Loom’s Co-executive Director Zoe Boesen and writer/performer Olivia Muscat 😍

ID: Loom Co-Executive Director, Hannah Reekie, a white woman with brown hair tied back, wearing a white t-shirt sits to the left of frame. Next to her is the brilliant Nicole Tsourlenes, who’s camera is mounted to her wheelchair. She has olive skin, brown hair tied back and is wearing a denim dress over a striped top. They are sitting in front of a window in Loom’s studio smiling at a laptop placed on a table in front of them.

This Melbourne-based charity and social enterprise is run by people with disability for people with disability, and is challenging the mainstream arts industry to be more inclusive.

TONIGHT! As part of Burrinja In Motion Day 3 - Dance Bites, the brilliant Dr Mel Smith OAM will be performing live along...
19/11/2022

TONIGHT! As part of Burrinja In Motion Day 3 - Dance Bites, the brilliant Dr Mel Smith OAM will be performing live alongside her video installation work, Humanist. There’s a beautiful dinner with wine pairing on offer too!

Head here for more info: https://burrinja.org.au/burrinja-whats-on/burrinja-in-motion

ID: a screenshot from a video work with 3 square image tiles. The right half of the frame shows Mel with cropped blonde hair and blue eyes peering at the camera just at the left edge of the shot. There is a wooden fence behind her. On the left side is an image of a wheel from a wheelchair lying on its side with a brick wall behind it. Below is an image of a smaller caster wheel against a beige background.

The legendary ✨Walkley Award nominee✨ Georgia Rose Cranko looking very suave at the award gala last night. Congratulatio...
17/11/2022

The legendary ✨Walkley Award nominee✨ Georgia Rose Cranko looking very suave at the award gala last night.

Congratulations to all the winners and thank you to , and team for having us 🧡

Image description: Georgia is wearing a swanky black three piece suit with a black shirt with white polka dots and a cream coloured tie. Her hair is partly shaved at the bottom and the rest of her hair, which is dark and wavy, is tied in a bun on top of her head.

Behind Georgia is a big projector screen and stage. Other gala guests are chatting together in the background.

On now at the Dax Centre! “Levitation: My Path to Light” by Big Dipper  💙Join us for opening night celebrations tomorrow...
09/11/2022

On now at the Dax Centre! “Levitation: My Path to Light” by Big Dipper 💙

Join us for opening night celebrations tomorrow Thursday 10th November from 6pm - 8pm. All are welcome. Light refreshments provided.

More information in the link in our bio 😇

Opening next week! The latest solo exhibition from  called “Levitation: My Path to Lightness” will be on  from November ...
03/11/2022

Opening next week! The latest solo exhibition from called “Levitation: My Path to Lightness” will be on from November 9 until December 16 this year.

Join us next Thursday 10 November for opening night celebrations, 6pm - 8pm. All are welcome 💙

Opening this Friday Nov 4 at 6pm ACDT, you are invited to ’s From My Room 💖Register via the link in our bio for online o...
01/11/2022

Opening this Friday Nov 4 at 6pm ACDT, you are invited to ’s From My Room 💖

Register via the link in our bio for online or in person attendance ✨

Image description: a colourful poster drawn by Ruby, mainly in pinks, purple and red. The text reads: Ruby Allegra welcomes you to From My Room, A celebration of disabled joy and identity, created with love, joy, rage and spoons. Nov 4th - Dec 3rd 2022. Newmarch Gallery, Kuarna Yarta. Artist talks, interactive artwork, performance, books & zines, workshops and more. There is a QR code in the top left corner with symbols for Auslan interpretation, audio description and wheelchair access. In the top left corner, a text box reads: supported by .org.au

So excited for this collaboration! ❤️📸
28/10/2022

So excited for this collaboration! ❤️📸

Nicole Tsourlenes from , represented by .org.au will be capturing moments from our AGM and Members Lunch coming up soon on the 8 November 2022. Nicole has an exquisite photography portfolio and we are so lucky that Nicole will be attending.

Loom Arts and Management are a not for profit who work with and for artists with disability and the broader arts industry to increase representation, respect and access.

Whilst in person registrations for our AGM and Members Lunch are closed, you can still register for online attendance. Online registrations close Thursday 3 November, register here https://www.wdv.org.au/agm2022/

We can't wait to share some amazing shots from the day! 📸

Image description: photo of Nicole in a motorized wheelchair, with a camera, tablet and mobile device attached to the front of her chair. Nicole has brown hair tied back and a fringe, is smiling and looking directly at the camera. Nicole is wearing a blue stripy top, with a denim dress over the top. Blurred in the background is a plant and some abstract art.

Unsurprisingly, Olivia Muscat absolutely killed it at her Arts House showing today! 🍻 Cheers to Nilgun Guven and Vitae V...
23/10/2022

Unsurprisingly, Olivia Muscat absolutely killed it at her Arts House showing today! 🍻

Cheers to Nilgun Guven and Vitae Veritas for having us as part of Disrupting Sighted Ableism. What a treat!



ID: Olivia, a woman wearing a fabulous Lucy & Yak boiler suit with abstract shapes in pale pink, blue, orange and tan on a royal blue background, smiles into the camera holding up a glass of beer. She has black hair with blue streaks which is tied back and is wearing bright red lipstick. She is sitting at an outdoor table at a pub.

Oh hey there WALKLEY AWARD FINALIST Georgia Rose Cranko!!!!! 🤩We are positively bursting with pride that Georgia’s 7AM i...
13/10/2022

Oh hey there WALKLEY AWARD FINALIST Georgia Rose Cranko!!!!! 🤩

We are positively bursting with pride that Georgia’s 7AM interview follow up to her piece for The Saturday Paper is amongst the finalists for the pre-eminent national journalism awards!💥

You can listen to the podcast here: https://7ampodcast.com.au/episodes/the-killing-of-ann-marie-smith



ID: a screenshot with a green and gold banner at the top of the image which reads: The 67th Walkley Awards. 2022 Walkley Award finalist announcement. Black text on a white background below reads: PUBLIC SERVICE JOURNALISM
Award Partner Sydney Airport
*Anne Connolly, Stephanie Zillman and Ali Russell, ABC Four Corners, “State Control”
*Ruby Jones, Georgia Cranko, Erik Jensen and Elle Marsh, Schwartz Media, 7am, “The killing of Ann Marie Smith”
*Katri Uibu, ABC News, “Bad parent: Life at the hands of Australia’s child protection system”. Star and exclamation point emojis are overlaid next to Georgia’s listing and her name is underlined in blue.

Loom writer-extraordinaire  finishes her  residency today as part of the inaugural Writer’s Space program 💛🌻🌼🌞Thank you ...
12/09/2022

Loom writer-extraordinaire finishes her residency today as part of the inaugural Writer’s Space program 💛🌻🌼🌞

Thank you to the team at Varuna for a very productive and lovely week!



Image description: Olivia, a woman with shoulder length dark hair, stands in front of Varuna Writers’ House which is a two story yellow building with flowers out the front. Olivia is smiling and is wearing a bright green jumper and denim overalls.

Photographers taking photos of photographers with floppy eared dogs in sweaters forever please! 😭😍🐶 and George captured ...
30/08/2022

Photographers taking photos of photographers with floppy eared dogs in sweaters forever please! 😭😍🐶

and George captured beautifully by Loom artist Nicole Tsourlenes aka 💕



Image 1: a woman with shoulder length blonde hair, wearing a striped jumper is sitting in a room with plants, artwork and a camera sitting on a desk behind her. On her lap is a small black dog wearing a grey sweater. She is holding his ears up and smiling goofily, with open mouth at the camera.

Image 2: the same woman in the same spot with George the dog in her lap. In this photo she is gazing directly at the camera with a subtle smile over her closed lips. George is looking at something off camera.

Leisa Prowd plaster casting in process by  for Arts House Warehouse Residency.These moulds will be used to create Leisa ...
10/08/2022

Leisa Prowd plaster casting in process by for Arts House Warehouse Residency.

These moulds will be used to create Leisa sized mannequins as part of commissioned work, I Am Not This Body, showing at Arts House this October. Link in bio 💕



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For anyone who missed hearing the interview with Lukas DiPietrantonio on Triple R last Thursday, the link to the episode...
08/08/2022

For anyone who missed hearing the interview with Lukas DiPietrantonio on Triple R last Thursday, the link to the episode is available via this link: https://www.rrr.org.au/explore/programs/smartarts/episodes/21433-smartarts-4-august-2022

Dipper’s interview is around the 26 minute mark 🎧💙

The Spectrum Blue exhibition is on every day this week from 10am - 3pm. The Big Dipper himself will be in the gallery on Friday! 💫

Image description: Detail from Dipper’s painting called “Triangular Oceanic Upholstery”. It features lots of triangles in different shades of blue that are overlapping each other.

Access info for tonight’s exhibition opening of Spectrum Blue by Lukas “Big Dipper” Di Pietrantonio 🔷🔵🔷ID: a series of 6...
05/08/2022

Access info for tonight’s exhibition opening of Spectrum Blue by Lukas “Big Dipper” Di Pietrantonio 🔷🔵🔷

ID: a series of 6 images with blue text on a white background, with a blue border. Light blue text in the border reads, SPECTRUM BLUE by Lukas “Big Dipper” Di Pietrantonio.

The text reads: EVENT ACCESSIBILITY

Information for tonight’s opening night event of Spectrum Blue.

Schoolhouse Studios is located at 28 Victoria St, Coburg, Victoria.

Look for the old Coles building which is now painted yellow.

Image descriptions of the artworks are available via QR code on flyers and displayed around the gallery.

These are in the product description on each page of our shop website.

There will be music playing at this event at a medium level.

There are quieter spaces you can go if you need time away from the event.

If you need anything during the event, please ask for a Loom or Schoolhouse staff member and we can help you.

Loom staff will be wearing stickers that say STAFF.

If you need anything else in order to access this event, please contact us here or at [email protected]

You can also call us on 0402331448.

The last image is a screen shot of a map with a pin dropped at Schoolhouse Studios.

Term 1 was such a blast! Join us for term 2! 🎥
02/08/2022

Term 1 was such a blast! Join us for term 2! 🎥

Don’t miss ’s first solo exhibition, ‘Spectrum Blue’  💙Join Big Dipper and Loom for the offical launch next Friday 5th A...
29/07/2022

Don’t miss ’s first solo exhibition, ‘Spectrum Blue’ 💙

Join Big Dipper and Loom for the offical launch next Friday 5th August, 5pm - 7pm. The dress code is BLUE and light refreshments will be provided 💫

We couldn’t be prouder or Dipper and the wonderful Loom team for pulling this together. It’s going to be spectacular!

Image 1: Dipper, a young man with slicked back dark hair, stands in front of several geometric blue paintings. He wears a grey jumper and holds a round painting of an abstract flower in different blue tones.

Image 2: A close up of the blue paintings on a plywood wall. They are abstract paintings with lots of different shades of blues.

OPENING NEXT WEEK!Lukas “Big Dipper” Di Pietrantonio’s first ever solo exhibition ‘Spectrum Blue’ will be on  August 2 -...
27/07/2022

OPENING NEXT WEEK!

Lukas “Big Dipper” Di Pietrantonio’s first ever solo exhibition ‘Spectrum Blue’ will be on August 2 - 14 💙💫🛸

Opening night event is on Friday 5th August, 5pm - 7pm. Light refreshments provided, and Dipper requests everyone wear BLUE to the event 💙

More information in the link in our bio and image descriptions in comments 💫

We are having such a great time facilitating this series of screen acting workshops with our friends at Rollercoaster Th...
21/07/2022

We are having such a great time facilitating this series of screen acting workshops with our friends at Rollercoaster Theatre!! Registrations are open for the second series. Find the link below! 🎬

In case you missed it… OUR SHOP IS LIVE! 🥳 Head to https://shop.loom.org.au to check out our first run of merch designed...
15/07/2022

In case you missed it… OUR SHOP IS LIVE! 🥳 Head to https://shop.loom.org.au to check out our first run of merch designed by our artists, or an original artwork for your home.

Featured artists include .simpson888 Kimberly Oakley, Alex Rees!

Artist merch is moving quickly!

ID: a screenshot of a shop website, taken with a mobile phone. There is black text reading, “A social enterprise supporting artists with disability” and two peach coloured buttons reading, “shop now” and “learn more”. These overlay a photo of a person with short black hair wearing a white, blue and yellow halter neck top and transparent pink beads around their neck.

The Cute and Carefree tote by Lukas DiPietrantonio has already been very popular! 🐬💫Find the link in our bio or go to sh...
09/07/2022

The Cute and Carefree tote by Lukas DiPietrantonio has already been very popular! 🐬💫

Find the link in our bio or go to shop.loom.org.au to check out all the products by our incredible artists 💚

Photo by Nicole Tsourlenes

Image description: A white tote bag is held up against a pink background. On the front of the bag is a design featuring a dolphin jumping above blue waves. There is a yellow sun in the sky and the handwritten words “cute and carefree”.

Our online shop is NOW LIVE! This has been a long time coming, but we are so excited and happy to be able share our arti...
07/07/2022

Our online shop is NOW LIVE!

This has been a long time coming, but we are so excited and happy to be able share our artists’ products with you! We couldn’t be more proud of their work…and their patience while we got the site up and running 🫣🙏🏼

Shop website is https://shop.loom.org.au 💫

Photography by the amazing and talented Nicole Tsourlenes

Have a look and consider buying something for yourself or someone else to support our artists 💚

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Proudly producing this very exciting creative development by  made possible by   and  and featuring the brilliant  .gall...
06/07/2022

Proudly producing this very exciting creative development by made possible by and and featuring the brilliant .gallacher and Zak Pidd.

Can’t wait for the showing this Friday 😍

ID: two female presenting people wearing athletic clothes sit on a studio floor facing each other, in motion, holding each other’s arms. White bold text across the top of the image reads: CREATE SPACE. At the bottom of the image are logos for AusDance NSW, Sydney Opera House And FORM Dance Projects.

04/07/2022

So proud of the incredible Olivia Muscat, absolutely shining in this campaign for Vision Australia 🤩

Thanks to our friends at Northside Casting and Silver Lining Agency for working with us 🙌

Flashback to the amazing Olivia Muscat () presenting her work in development  with Description Victoria.An incredible wo...
04/06/2022

Flashback to the amazing Olivia Muscat () presenting her work in development with Description Victoria.

An incredible work by an immensely talented artist we are so proud to represent!

Congratulations, Olivia! 💫🌈

Image description: Olivia, a woman with shoulder length dark hair, is seated on a wooden floor with her legs to one side. She is wearing rainbow overalls and glittery platform sneakers. Around her are electrical extension cords of different colours, hung from the ceiling and placed in a circle around Olivia on the floor.

Please join us this Thursday for the opening of 'Feature Paintings' by .simpson888 at the Dax Centre  ⁠⁠The opening will...
25/05/2022

Please join us this Thursday for the opening of 'Feature Paintings' by .simpson888 at the Dax Centre ⁠

The opening will be from 6pm - 8pm in the Dax Centre gallery at 30 Royal Parade, Parkville. Light refreshments provided by Loom and .cat.dining 🥂⁠

No RSVP needed, all are welcome 💛 ⁠

Link in bio for more information 👀⁠

Image description: A square abstract painting featuring pinks, browns, oranges, purples and white in various sizes of lines.

Thanks to Rob and GO Radio for having us! 💕🎤
18/05/2022

Thanks to Rob and GO Radio for having us! 💕🎤

Tune in to 103.9 Seymour FM tomorrow to hear the amazing Kimberly Oakley talk about her work as a visual artist based in...
17/05/2022

Tune in to 103.9 Seymour FM tomorrow to hear the amazing Kimberly Oakley talk about her work as a visual artist based in regional Victoria.⁠

Kimmy and Loom's Co-Executive Director, Hannah, will be on the Goulburn Options GO Radio Show with host Rob Stutchbury from 12.30pm on Wednesday. Tune in online or via 103.9 FM if you're in the Goulburn area ☺️ ⁠

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Congratulations to our 2022 HESTA Excellence Award winners! A big thank you as well to all our incredible finalists, and to ME for providing the prize money.

hesta.co/2022-HESTA-Excellence-Awards-Winners

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Congratulations to all the outstanding winners of the 2022 HESTA Excellence Awards!

HealthX Brightwater Care Group Loom Arts and Management Aboriginal Family Support Services St. Patrick's Community Support Centre Catholic Healthcare Little Wings Epworth ME
Interesting read on disability and the arts sector. It was great to find out about Loom Arts and Management, a not for profit and social enterprise started in 2017 to increase representation, respect and access for disabled artists within the broader arts sector.
Such a fabulous initiative! Loom Arts and Management is helping bridge the gap between the mainstream arts industry and disability, to create a more inclusive experience.
Pro Bono Australia
Introducing Loom Arts and Management, Jumbunna Community Preschool and Early Intervention Centre Inc and Jigsaw as our Disability Services Outstanding Organisation finalists for the 2022 HESTA Excellence Awards. From providing early intervention in rural communities and supporting artists to addressing barriers to unemployment.

These organisations are going above and beyond to support people living with disabilities. Learn more about their inspiring work at hesta.co/2022-HESTA-Excellence-Awards-Finalists-Stories.
❗Incoming. A little show and a big conversation.

RISKY BUSINESS. 11 NOV. 6:00PM. STUDIO 4.

Risky Business puts the voices and experiences of disabled artists at the heart of the conversation, right where they should be. A performance meets panel discussion with experienced disabled artists to address questions that society is often afraid to ask.

Featuring an award-winning panel including director of Raspberry Ripple, Kate Hood - writer, actor, director, singer/songwriter, Eliza Hull, poet and spoken word artist, Andy Jackson, co-CEO and founder of Loom Arts and Management , Zoe Boesen, and NAATI certified interpreter and researcher, Kirri Dangerfield.

🎫An unmissable conversation. Be apart of it by purchasing tickets at geelongartscentre.org.au/creative-engine/professional-development/risky-business/

This project is supported by the City of Greater Geelong through its Creative Communities Grant Program.

Creative Victoria Deakin University
Finalists of the 2022 HESTA Excellence Awards have been announced. Find out if you know any of this year’s outstanding finalists.
http://hesta.co/2022-HESTA-Excellence-Awards-Finalists

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These actors are turning up the heat in week three of Screen Acting 🎥🔥🚀

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State Trustees

Celebrate diversity in the arts with Risky Business: A little show and a big conversation.

Coming to Geelong Arts Centre’s landmark Studio 4 at 6:00pm on 11 November, Raspberry Ripple Productions and Geelong Arts Centre’s Creative Engine are proud to introduce outstanding disabled performers to audiences of the region with Risky Business: A little show and a big conversation; a performance meets panel discussion event bringing five experienced disabled artists together to address questions that society is often afraid to ask and put theory into action through both discussion and performances.

‘Why is language so important?’ and ‘How can we use disability to add value to work we do in the mainstream?’

An important conversation to continue having, Risky Business puts the voices and experiences of deaf and disabled artists at the heart of the conversation, right where they should be.

The award-winning panel includes director of Raspberry Ripple, Kate Hood - writer, actor, director, singer/songwriter, Eliza Hull, poet and spoken word artist, Andy Jackson, co-CEO and founder of Loom Arts and Management, Zoe Boesen, and NAATI certified interpreter and researcher, Kirri Dangerfield.

Tickets are on sale now at geelongartscentre.org.au/creative-engine/professional-development/risky-business/

This project is supported by the City of Greater Geelong through its Creative Communities Grant Program.

Creative Victoria Deakin University
Applications are open for Scholarship Positions in Term Two of Screen Acting! 🎬🎥🤩

Developed by Rollercoaster Theatre in collaboration with Loom Arts and Management Facilitated by Executive Director and Agent, Zoe Boesen

Thanks to the generous support of State Trustees we are able to offer 12 Scholarships to participate in this groundbreaking initiative

Apply Now - https://www.rollercoastertheatre.com/screen-acting-workshop



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Behind the scenes with the Screen Actors in Week Six 🎥🤩

Applications for scholarship positions are open for Term Two thanks to the generous support from State Trustees
Apply Now - https://www.rollercoastertheatre.com/screen-acting-workshop

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We're excited to announce our 10 winners of 𝗧𝗵𝗲 𝗚𝗿𝗮𝗻𝘁𝘀 𝗛𝘂𝗯 𝗠𝗮𝗸𝗲 𝗜𝘁 𝗛𝗮𝗽𝗽𝗲𝗻 𝗦𝗺𝗮𝗹𝗹 𝗚𝗿𝗮𝗻𝘁𝘀 𝗣𝗿𝗼𝗴𝗿𝗮𝗺. Be sure to check out these wonderful organisations and the inspiring work they are doing.

https://www.thegrantshub.com.au/blog/articles/and-the-make-it-happen-grant-winners-are

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Look Good Feel Better - Australia
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We brought the colours and they brought the talent in week 4 of Screen Acting 🎬🌈🤩

With huge thanks to Zoe at Loom Arts and Management for her expertise in teaching these workshops. We are also deeply grateful to State Trustees for making all of this possible with their generous support!

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We are thrilled to have teamed up with Loom Arts and Management to celebrate IDPwD at Collingwood Yards this weekend!

Head to Collingwood Yards from Friday night to check out works by Matthew Simpson, Melinda Smith and featuring Andrew Richard Tresidder, The Big Dipper (Lukas), Nicole Tsourlenes, Disney Chan and Lincoln Forbes 🤩

Join us to celebrate Disability Visibility on International Day of People with Disability 2021. Projections by artists with disability. Collingwood Yards Courtyard 35 Johnson Street, Collingwood VIC 3066, 8.30pm - 12.30am every night from Friday 3rd December to Sunday 5th December.

Our thoughts are with our friends in the arts and festival communities of Melbourne at this worrying time. We understand how quickly circumstances change and that the arts continues to persevere and adapt to new conditions.
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Looking back at our panel discussion during our recent event A STRANGE SPACE, the panel touches on the effects of the pandemic and the ephemeral nature of art.
Thanks to our amazing friends at Front of House Productions AUS you can view the video here >> https://youtu.be/yLI-1lJj_7A
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Watch Arts writer and journalist, Richard Watts in conversation with artists Susan Maco Forrester, Dr Drew Pettifer, Yandell Walton, and co-curators Edwina Bartlem and Jacob Tolo as they discuss relationships between space, experience and projection art. The panel considers how they engage with space as both a theme and medium through their creative practice, especially their projection works.
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A Strange Space was presented by the Centre of Projection Art as part of Midsumma Festival, with support from the Yarra City Council, Collingwood Yards, Loom Arts and Management, , Lūpa and Epson.
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