REMIX is an inclusive, participatory workshop offering an insight into the shared creative practice of two renowned theatre companies: Western Edge and Rawcus.
Rawcus are an Ensemble of performers with diverse minds, bodies and imaginations that devise new work together. Western Edge supports young artists from Melbourne’s west to tell their own stories, with their own voice, in their own way. We’ve long admired each other from afar. Now we’ve come together to remix our practices. We invite you to join us for one day of play, improvisation, physical exploration and creative tasks with a focus on collaboration.
This workshop is suitable for anyone with an interest in inclusive performance practice. Suitable for those 15 years and over. Suitable for people with and without a disability. No prior performance experience is necessary.
When: Saturday May 20
Where: Footscray Community Arts
Time: 10am – 3pm
To Register: Click here to complete an Expression of Interest to receive a free place in the workshop.
Places are limited and participation is via expression of interest. If you have any questions about whether this workshop is right for you, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- The building is wheelchair accessible.
- There is a carpark outside the venue, including accessible spaces.
- There are accessible toilets.
- During the workshop, space will be given to adapt exercises to suit individuals.
- Everyone in the room will wear name tags.
- Participants can elect to bring their own support. If you would like to do this, please let us know in your EOI.
- Music will be played during the workshop.
- The lighting is a combination of overhead fluorescent and natural light.
- We will contact you with further information about the venue and access before the workshop.
- Should you require further support, please get in contact to discuss.
REMIX is funded by the Maribyrnong City Council and the Besen Family Foundation. Rawcus receives organisational support from the Victorian Government’s Creative Victoria Creative Enterprises Program, The City of Port Phillip Key Arts Organisation Program and the Shulu Foundation.