Regional Presenter Strategy

Using this consortium to collectively commission, invest in and co-produce localised regional work will significantly benefit our programming commitment to regional audiences; it will build audience capacity and diversity, and most importantly it will increase exposure for regional arts. Members – Regional Presenter Strategy

Performing Lines and a consortium of presenter partners are joining forces to deliver this bold new strategy for multi-artform work to be developed and shared throughout regional Australia.

In a changed arts landscape, consortium members are seeking the next horizon line, demonstrating an increased appetite for curatorial risk, a more direct involvement in producing new work and an interest in alternative models – participatory, site-specific, multi-disciplinary.

This dynamic new consortium will focus on three key areas:

  • artist development: building local creative capacity for artists is regional areas;
  • audience development: exploring new ways for regional audiences to experience performance;
  • presenter development: exploring co-commissioning, co-producing and other new models for  project investment and development.

 

Consortium Members

  • The Art House Wyong
  • Bathurst Memorial Entertainment Centre
  • Bunbury Regional Entertainment Centre

 

  • Brown’s Mart Theatre
  • Capital Venues and Events, Bendigo
  • Country Arts SA

 

  • Frankston Arts Centre
  • Home of the Arts, Gold Coast
  • Hothouse Theatre

 

  • Mandurah Performing Arts Centre
  • Merrigong Theatre Company

Credits

Information for Presenters

Membership to this group of committed regional partners is open.

Please get in touch if you wish to discuss any of our upcoming projects.

Marion Potts Executive Producer
Emma Corrick Producer

Project Partners & Acknowledgements

Performing Lines’ Regional Presenter Strategy in supported by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.

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