2016 has been another fantastic year for Invisible Practice. We sincerely thank the many individuals and organisations that support us in our efforts to produce outstanding contemporary performance.
Invisible Practice acknowledges the support of Ten Days on the Island, Festival of Voices, Major Festivals Initiative, Regional Arts Australia/Tasmanian Regional Arts, City of Hobart, Tasmania Performs, Salamanca Arts Centre, Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts and Arts Tasmania. And we simply couldn’t have achieved what we have in 2016 without the artistry of Heath Brown, Jason James, Nicole Robson and Peter Oldham. Thank you!
In 2016 Invisible Practice and our supporting partners realised:
It has been a privilege and honour for Invisible Practice to develop Babel in 2016 with an incredible creative team, supporting and presenting partners and the completely generous participants who are at the very heart of the work. Babel premieres for Ten Days on the Island in March 2017.
Major Festivals Initiative Commissioning Site
Invisible Practice was chaperoned by Ten Days on the Island and supported by Tasmania Performs to introduce Babel to the major Australian arts festivals and international guest arts festivals at the 2016 MFI Commissioning Site.
APACA Performing Arts Exchange
Invisible Practice was invited to introduce Babel at the Australian Performing Arts Centres Association Performing Arts Exchange.
Festival of Voices
Presented work-in-progress showings of Babel for Festival of Voices in the Founders Room, Salamanca Arts Centre.
Filmed Out Back, the first in a series of site/movement based short films to be produced by Invisible Practice.
Surprised and delighted to be encouraged and supported to continue to develop Brittle following the premiere of the first iteration of the work at Mature Moves for Salamanca Moves.
Western Australia Academy of Performing Arts
Invisible Practice was honoured to be invited to deliver a keynote address to students of WAAPA at the inaugural 2016 Student Conference.
Tasmania Performs Artist Residency
Invisible Practice attended the Tasmania Performs Artist Residency with visual artist Nicole Robson. Super excited to be engaged in a new project with Nicole Robson in 2017.
Ten Days on the Island Festival launch
Invisible Practice was thrilled that Ten Days on the Island chose to launch the 2017 Festival on the 5th floor of the Hobart Council Centre, the venue for the premiere season of Babel in March 2017.