Rawcus seeks out opportunities to connect with the sector and our creative peers to build capacity, share skills and offer development opportunities and career pathways for diverse artists. The demand for Rawcus to share our methodology and creative practice has increased and is a core offering of the company.
Rawcus participates in a diverse range of programs and events, including:
- Sector gatherings
- Student placements
- Work experience
Mentorships happen both with individual artists and other companies.
Kate Sulan with the Rawcus Ensemble
Regional Mentorship with (It’s No) Drama led by Nilgun Guven with the Rawcus Ensemble
VCA Teaching led by Kate Sulan with the Rawcus Ensemble
Company Exchange with Western Edge Youth Arts (WEYA)
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