PACT’s resident artist Emily Dash leads a creative discussion about the culture of new communities. How similar or different is the culture of the emerging Green Square community?
Get involved in the conversation to explore successful communities around the world. Challenge perceptions and dream up innovative solutions.
Communities rely on social connections for economic success. Dr Felton Earl’s case study of Chicago neighbourhoods highlights collective efficacy as the standout factor for well-being.
Emily invites the panel to examine how the arts can foster social interaction and a sense of valuable contribution. Hear different perspectives, contribute to the pledge wall and chat with strangers who may also be your neighbours on the buddy bench.
Eight artists who collaborate as performers, musicians, technicians and devisers, evolving out of a shared interest in contemporary performance and a collaborative creative process.
Founder of Kafe As Poume, a multidisciplinary project, spanning free, public cafes, interactive installations, workshops, words and cuisine., producing projects that focus on cross-cultural and intergenerational participation.
A community services professional with 10 years industry experience, lived experience and is currently Project Manager for Sunnyfield Disability Services
Featuring visual artists AKISIEW and Rosell Flatley who will facilitate an interactive art activity during the panel
Emily Dash – Host
An emerging writer and performer, Emily curated the PACT Salon 2: Skeletons and Self-Portraits exhibition. She is also Project Manager for Maitree House Productions and the NSW representative for the National Arts and Disability Strategy Project Steering Group.
As Australia’s centre for emerging and experimental art, PACT champions contemporary performance, artistic rigour, and exploration of the unknown. 3x3x2 is PACT’s 2 year residency program for early career performance artists, independent companies and writers.
This is a free event. Bookings recommended as places are limited.
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