Whether you’re an artist or simply a lover of the arts, Festival Connect offers an extensive program of workshops, masterclasses and opportunities to engage with our brilliant festival artists and gain insight into their vision and creative practice.
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Writer and dramaturg Ruth Little returns as our Festival Navigator, uncovering some of the undercurrent Festival themes through Festival Conversations, post-show Q&As, and her regular blog.
Discover some of the extraordinary work being made by artists working with DADAA in an afternoon of screenings, showings and events at their Fremantle hub.
Sat 2 Mar, 2pm – 6pm.
There are so many opportunities on offer to connect with Festival artists. Immerse yourself in the world of dancers, directors, acrobats and opera and hone your craft.
Festival Lab is a development opportunity for emerging Western Australian arts practitioners to get stuck into the big ideas in the Festival program. Join a community of ten peers, gaining unprecedented access to some of the world’s most creative minds and provocateurs.
Ever wondered what it takes to coordinate a major international tour or run an independent dance company? In the Producers Lab emerging and established producers, venue managers and independent artists are invited to round-table discussions with a series of savvy producers from around the world.
Renowned conductor Charles Hazlewood presents the second annual Connect Keynote presentation. Hazlewood is the founder and artistic director of Paraorchestra & Friends, which sets out to redefine what an orchestra can be.
Become a card-carrying Festival insider, with access to special offers and invitations throughout the Festival and year round. Open to independent artists, arts workers and arts educators.