What’s so exhilarating about creating one-on-one performance? For the first time, we’re offering a two-day masterclass led by Julie Vulcan and James Berlyn. Learn the fundamentals of creating small-scale intimate performance, explore the ethical implications and experiment with making participatory experiences. This masterclass is designed for professional artists and tertiary students across all artforms (18 and over) who have an interest and/or desire to extend their practice into this rich area. No one-on-one or performance experience necessary.
Sat 11 & Sun 12 October | 10am – 5pm
Fremantle Arts Centre
Led by James Berlyn and Julie Vulcan
$200 +gst | Places limited to 20 artists | Enquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org
To register, please complete the form below. Places are offered on a first come first serve basis. We will contact you directly to process payment as confirmation of your enrolment.
ABOUT THE FACILITATORS
JULIE VULCAN is an interdisciplinary artist, director and curator working across performance, installation and durational work. She has created and toured recent work to Festival of Live Art (VIC), Metro Arts (QLD), Performatorium (CAN), SPILL Festival (UK), Rapid Pulse (USA), and Exist-ence 5 (QLD). Between 2010-14 Julie was Associate Director & Artistic Director/CEO at PACT centre for emerging artists. She is currently an Australia Council Cultural Leadership recipient for Live Art practice and exchange, and one half of collaborative duo SQUIDSILO.
JAMES BERLYN is an award-winning performer, maker and director with over 25 years experience in dance, theatre, community arts and education. His work is often small-scale, intimate, and participatory. He has created and toured recent work to Ten Days on the Island (TAS), WOMAdelaide (SA), Sydney Festival (NSW), Perth Festival (WA), and Festival of Live Art (VIC). He is the instigator and a co-founder of Proximity Festival and a founding co-director of Tracksuit.
Photo by Tarryn Gill