Congratulations to the three successful recipients of the Hyperlocal Showcase Fund.
The Artgold Hyperlocal Showcase ensures our talent from Kalgoorlie-Boulder is showcased during this world class event.
The three successful projects in the Artgold Hyperlocal Showcase.
Stage Left Theatre Troupe Goldfields WA
WA's State flagship theatre company Black Swan and Goldfields-based community group Stage Left Theatre Troupe will collaborate on an exciting theatre project in 2014 which will culminate in the world premier staged reading of the new work at the October RAA summit. "The Burning" will be an adaptation of Rod Moncrieff’s heavily-researched non-fiction novel Slow Burn: The Kalgoorlie-Boulder Riots of 1934. It will unfold as a two-act play, with the first act covering the first three days of the event.
Art2go Makers & Cultural market (Working title)
Art2go 2014 will be a twilight street market , held on Egan Street Kalgoorlie. It will be a collaboration of makers and visual artists as showcased in past Fossick Makers Markets. Makers will display and sell original art and hand crafted works, with the emphasis on handmade works from within the Goldfields Esperance region. Multicultural market stalls will be coordinated by the Curtin Student Guild Assist officer as presented previously with their 2013 Multicultural Night markets. Bringing the remote aboriginal arts communities together for a marketplace (Similar to the Alice Springs Desert Mob Marketplace) in Kalgoorlie, and this will be a collaboration between Fossick and Gary Cooper the Aboriginal Director for the 2014 RAA Summit.
Under a Red Sky
Under Red Sky is collaborative project created by local visual artist Ange Leech, local singer songwriter Lynn Hazelton and Aboriginal musician/recording engineer Lorrae Coffin. The artists will combine song writing, musical performance, music recording, puppetry, animation and live film projections to create a live multi media event at the RAAS. The project will be developed in Kalgoorlie Boulder and will involve the artists collaborating on new locally inspired works.
photo courtesy of the Kalgoorlie Miner