Invisible Practice recognises and acknowledges the invaluable support of the following individuals and organisations:
Arts Tasmania is the government agency responsible for policy and planning for arts and culture in Tasmania and for the development of the arts industry and movable cultural heritage sector.
Arts Queensland, part of the Department of the Premier and Cabinet, is dedicated to growing a vibrant and sustainable arts and cultural sector in Queensland.
Ausdance has, for nearly forty years, been at the forefront of inspiring, supporting and informing the dance community in Australia. Working with and for artists, we want to see dance take its place as a premier and integral activity in Australia.
Australia Council for the Arts
The Australia Council for the Arts is the Australian Government’s arts funding and advisory body.
Blue Cow Theatre
Blue Cow Theatre produces and presents invigorating theatre that is in touch with the times, that exhilarates and inspires artists, and that nourishes the hearts and minds of audiences.
Brisbane Festival UTR 2009
Brisbane Festival aims to connect artists and audiences in ways that lift the spirit, disrupt the conventional and open our city to the world.
Canberra Dance Theatre
Canberra Dance Theatre has been present in the ACT since 1978, providing quality dance classes, programs and performances – locally, nationally and internationally.
City of Hobart
The City of Hobart is one of the most beautiful and liveable cities in the world.
A platform for choreographic research and the practice of contemporary dance based in Pinkafeld Austria.
Expressions Dance Company
Expressions Dance Company (EDC) is Queensland’s premier contemporary dance company with an ensemble of 6-8 dancers. For 32 years EDC has created more than 170 works by 75 different choreographers and has enjoyed 22 international tours to 17 countries and 23 major Queensland tours. EDC is defined by its commitment to excellence in performance, sector development and education, all contributing to the evolution and future of contemporary Australian dance.
Festival of Voices
Festival of Voices proudly presents a program that celebrates the diversity of the human voice across all ages, not only bringing in the best from elsewhere, but also proudly shining our light on our own homegrown talent.
Heath Brown is an Australian composer with a strong focus on collaborative projects. His work ranges from film and TV to performing arts and installation.
International Arts and Health Conference
The Australian Centre for Arts and Health (ACAH) is a not-for-profit health promotion charity with DGR status, building on the achievements of national advocacy and networking organisation Arts and Health Australia (AHA).
Lighting and sound design artist Jason James is a frequent collaborator on Invisible Practice projects.
Junction Arts Festival
Junction Arts Festival (JAF) is a unique arts festival like no other, in which audiences and artists come together in exciting new ways within unusual spaces throughout Launceston.
Liz Lea Dance
Performer and choreographer Liz Lea trained at London Contemporary Dance School and Akademi in London and Darpana Academy in India. She specialises in the field of contemporary and classical Indian dance and martial arts. Based between London and Sydney for many years she now works from Canberra with Liz Lea and Co.
Nicole Robson Design
Visual artist Nicole Robson is a frequent collaborator on Invisible Practice projects.
Queensland Ballet is a vibrant, creative company which connects people and dance across Queensland. We offer a program of world-class productions of the best classical ballets and inspired contemporary dance works. The Company engages renowned choreographers and designers from around the world and nurtures emerging local talent by presenting exciting new works in an intimate studio series. With a culture of creativity and collaboration, complemented by an active program of engagement with our communities, Queensland Ballet has become the central hub for dance in the State. Our dancers are acclaimed for their technical excellence and versatility, and our annual program offers diversity in style, audience focus and geographic reach, with up to 100 performances in Brisbane and tours to regional Queensland.
Composer and performer Ron Nagorcka spent much of his childhood exploring music and the natural world on a sheep farm in Western Victoria. He went on to study history, pipe organ, harpsichord, and composition at Melbourne University and then composition and electronic music at the University of California, San Diego.
Royal Hobart Hospital, Dr Frank Nicklason
The Royal provides a comprehensive range of general and specialty medical and surgical services including many statewide services such as cardiac surgery, neurosurgery, extensive burns treatment, hyperbaric medicine, neonatal and paediatric intensive care and high risk obstetrics.
Salamanca Arts Centre
Salamanca Arts Centre (SAC) is Tasmania’s multi-arts creative hub and an integral part of the State’s arts and creative industries infrastructure. SAC is an engine room for art-making and presentation; a centre for artists and designers in-studios; home to many of Tasmania’s leading arts organisations across live performance (theatre, music, dance), film and writing; cultural and commercial galleries and studios for visual arts, crafts and design.
Spotlight Hobart Store
Spotlight is a family owned and operated Australian business with stores throughout Australia, New Zealand and Asia. We employ more than 6,700 team members who are dedicated to providing the best quality, service, price and expertise in fabrics, craft and homewares to our millions of customers each year.
Tasmania Performs is present at every level of the Australian performing arts sector.
Tasmanian Regional Arts
For nearly 70 years Tasmanian Regional Arts has excited, inspired and engaged Tasmanian communities to express their passion and culture through the arts.
Tasmanian School of Art UTAS
The Tasmanian College of the Arts is a creative hub engaging locally and globally in critical thinking and contemporary art and design practice. Our world class facilities, teaching and research programs and intimate collaborative communities provide a rich learning platform.
Tasmanian Theatre Company
The Tasmanian Theater Company invests in the development of Tasmanian theatre and Tasmanian artists, keeping professional theatre alive and well in Tasmania.
Ten Days on the Island
Ten Days on the Island was established by the Tasmanian Government in 2001 to develop and deliver a statewide cultural festival of national significance that provides opportunities for Tasmanian artists and companies to present their works to a wider audience, provides opportunities for the Tasmanian community to be exposed to national and international artists and companies of the highest quality, and assists in providing the state of Tasmania with a legacy of expert professional arts infrastructure.
Theatre Council of Tasmania
The Theatre Council of Tasmania (TCT) is the peak body for the sector. It exists to advance the interests of Tasmanian Theatre, locally, nationally and internationally. It undertakes strategic advocacy and coordinates initiatives to build the sector’s capacity and secure the creative future of theatre in the State for all Tasmanians.
Theatre Network of Australia
Theatre Network Australia (TNA) is the leading industry development organisation for the performing arts, prioritising independent artists and small to medium companies. A national organisation with a dedicated Victorian program, TNA strengthens artists and arts organisations, influences cultural policy, facilitates critical debate and networking, and advocates for a robust, interconnected and innovative sector.
Today the Theatre Royal is not just a piece of Tasmania’s history but a living centre for the performing arts. It presents an annual program of live theatre, contemporary music, dance and entertainment. Dubbed by Noel Coward “a dream of a theatre”, the Theatre Royal is Australia’s oldest working theatre and one of its most beautiful treasures
Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts, Edith Cowan University
WAAPA is recognised nationally and internationally for the quality of its graduates. WAAPA provides the most comprehensive range of performing arts training in Australia; our students can choose from a range of internationally recognised courses. And our world-class staff, working in state-of-the-art performance and teaching facilities, provide rigorous and specialised training of the highest order.
Winston Churchill Memorial Trust of Australia
Rewarding Australians striving for excellence.
You Are Here Festival
You Are Here is an independent arts organisation supporting artists and creative communities in the ACT to create experimental art and experiences.