We work with people and place to imagine compelling artistic interventions.
We work with communities
We imagine beautiful artistic projects that impact strongly on people and place
Our projects are built on rigorous research, strategic partnerships and compelling ideas
We attract funding, inspire participation and effect genuine change
A combined grant pool success of over $5.5million
Artistic works seen by over 1 million people
Excellent participation numbers
Working across multiple platforms: performance, festival, mass citizen art, film, radio, interactive, public visual art
Creative partnerships across education, government, community, business, funders, residents, artists
WHAT WE CARE ABOUT
Forging genuine connections between people through collective artmaking
Building the social and cultural capacity of communities
Creating enduring legacies
Making exciting art happen
how we work
We work in stages to develop your project.
You can contract us for any number of the following stages.
At the end of each stage you can continue with us or take the ideas forward in any way you choose.
We meet with you to listen to your objectives and needs
We research your project and meet with local people who share their knowledge and seed ideas
We present draft ideas to you for discussion, selection and developing
We develop the chosen ideas with detail, dates and artists, then present you with a high level project description with budget and timelines
We develop partnerships that will inform the shape of the project and enable its realisation
We develop a resources strategy with you
We write or oversee grant applications for the project, in collaboration with you
We secure artists, appoint personnel and realise the project
We oversee the evaluation and documentation of the project
A prototype, low-cost house as the central image of the 2015 Big West Festival. HOUSE pushed the boundaries between architecture, art and social action, and significantly expanded the role of an arts festival.
first convoy commemoration
A theatrical commemoration of 100 years since the departure of the first convoy of ships to WW1 from Melbourne's Princes Pier.
Four permanent outdoor light galleries in the parks of four towns along the eastern shore of Westernport Bay, all activated by by 100's of children and residents and powered LED lighting.