PLWA Producer Lab | EOI now open

EOIs to participate in Performing Lines WA’s Producer Lab are now open.

The PLWA Producer Lab is a capacity building and professional development opportunity for emerging, independent producers or self-producing artists in Western Australia, both metro and regionally based.

The Lab will bring together a cohort of 12 emerging producers for a ‘nuts and bolts’ style traineeship in producing, based on Performing Lines’ method of learn-by-practice and next-level thinking.

Delivered online, the first 4 sessions will focus on the practical, leading to a fifth and final 1-on-1 mentorship session. Participating producers will work on their own project idea, applying templates and learnings shared by Performing Lines, to emerge with a prepared project plan ready to pursue by the Lab’s conclusion.

Each producer will be paid $1,000 to participate in the Lab.

Partner organisation with Performing Lines WA in bringing together the cohort and providing the mentorship sessions are CircuitWest, Yirra Yaakin Theatre Company and The Blue Room Theatre. This new initiative is supported by Lotterywest.

Criteria

The lab is open to emerging, independent producers, self-producing artists, regional arts workers and venue staff keen to produce local works in-house.

We encourage Indigenous, culturally diverse, regional and metro-based practitioners from all artforms to apply.

In order to be eligible, you must:

  • Come with a project idea that you will take to the next stage over the course of the Lab.
  • Be available to participate in all sessions online.
  • Be a WA resident.

Format

The Lab will be delivered online via Zoom.
Each session consists of a 1.5-hour tutorial and a 15min break followed by 45min group discussion.

Dates and time

October 22nd & 29th
November 5th, 12th & 19th

From 10am-12.30pm

Fee

Each participant will be paid $1,000 (+ superannuation) to participate in the Lab.

To apply

If you are interested please complete this short EOI.

The EOI is a simple questionnaire to enable us to find out about you, your practice and your project idea. The EOI should only take you 15 min.

A project idea is an idea for a performance work that you hope to produce, unpack or explore over the course of the Lab.

We are looking for practitioners that are interested in pursuing a professional career in the performing arts.

Applications close at 11pm on Tuesday 6th October 2020.

 

Selection

Successful applicants will be notified by Tuesday 13th October, 2020.

For more information, please email Jen Leys: jen@performinglineswa.org.au

 

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