Opportunity for Deaf and Disabled Artists in Victoria

Movement of the Human with Rodney Bell and Brydie Colquhoun, Image by Ray Cash.

Performing Lines is elated to announce a new and exciting opportunity for Deaf and disabled artists.

Our friends at Arts Centre Melbourne, in partnership with Metro Tunnel Creative Program, are seeking expressions of interest for a creative development by Deaf and disabled Victorian artists and their collaborating allies, which is to be led by Performing Lines and commences in 2020 via an open Expression of Interest (EOI) process.

The program supports the development of a new, site-responsive participatory work in spaces not usually reserved for performance and highly visible spaces in the Arts Centre Melbourne precinct.

If you are an artist in Victoria living with a disability, or know someone who is, click here for more information.

EOI’s close Friday 6 November. 

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