When:10 June - 18 July, 2020
Calling performers, musicians, storytellers, artists, workshop facilitators, MCs, comedians, clowns, drag queens, buskers, acrobats and all other entertainers!
Tuggeranong Arts Centre is helping the Tuggeranong and Woden valleys ‘spring back’ from COVID-19 with a plethora of pop-up performances, activities, workshops, temporary installations and other exciting activities across the region. INTERPOSE will see these activities ‘pop-up’ in all sorts of fun, socially distanced locations from town centres to bike paths, walking trails, parks and more. And we want you to be part of the fun!
If you have a great idea for a performance, installation, interactive activity, or workshop, register your interest today! Remember, it must be socially distanced – so fleeting, ephemeral, and small group activities are best.
To submit an Expression of Interest, please complete the form below.
This is a paid opportunity with fees determined on an individual basis.
TAC will continue to process EOIs and notify artists on a rolling basis.
EOIs are closing Friday 24th July 2020.
If you have any questions or would like further information, please contact Creative Producer Aidan Delaney via firstname.lastname@example.org or call 02 6293 1443 (For Woden-specific activities contact Jacqui Malins via Woden.Arts@tuggeranongarts.com)
Please note: TAC is planning this project in line with anticipated COVID-19 health regulations and activities may be subject to change at short notice to suit requirements at time of delivery.
Dates: Events will take place from August to November 2020 – subject to health regulations.
Fees: The Producer will negotiate individual artist fees based on experience and scope of activity.
Locations may include, but are not limited to, the following:
- Tuggeranong Arts Centre and surrounds
- Lake Tuggeranong walking trail and parklands
- Mt Taylor walking trail
- Tuggeranong Town Centre
- Southquay Tuggeranong
- Point Hut Pond
- Eddison Park
Priority will be given to activities that address the priority areas below:
- Activities for children, families and young people
- Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander arts and culture
- Tuggeranong/Woden: Activities or artists with a direct connection to the Tuggeranong & Woden regions
- Solastalgia: Activities related to issues of climate and environment in line with TAC’s 2020 theme ‘Solastalgia’
TAC also strongly encourages responses from artists and performers who identify as Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander, culturally and linguistically diverse, LGBTIQA+, and living with Disability.