Stephanie Fynn is an artist and designer whose current design practice centres on developing interactive projection artworks for people of all abilities. With the support of The Cultural Trust, Stephanie will attend a series of five workshops at the Copenhagen Institute of Interaction Design, Denmark, with a focus on people-centred, accessible and inclusive design.
Last year soprano and 2017 grantee Georgia Wilkinson undertook a series of vocal tuition and mentoring opportunities in both London and New York with the support of The Cultural Trust. Here she writes about her experience and what it has made possible since her return to Australia.
Screen composer and new grantee Angela Little is destined for big things. With nine years of professional experience composing for film, documentary and television, she is ready to take her practice to the next level, by exploring new directions in screen music and working towards her goal of becoming a lead composer on internationally recognised projects.
Since presenting at her first international conference in Maine and undertaking a residency at The Wassaic Project, New York, 2016 grantee Georgia Saxelby has established herself in the U.S. as an artist to be reckoned with. She wrote to us from Washington DC about the ethos behind her project To Future Women, which memorialises last year’s historic Women’s March and has received widespread acclaim.
In the depths of Neukölln- a suburb in West Berlin inhabited by Germans, artists and Turkish families- is an abandoned children’s hospital. I used to live nearby and became fascinated with photographing the two buildings.
My tour began in Los Angles where I had arranged a studio visit with F. Scott Hess—one of America’s preeminent realist painters, well known for his complex, narrative figurative paintings.
At the age of 20, Amie Patching is already a highly skilled circus artist, with over ten years of training and experience. Amie has specialised in hand balancing since 2012, and will now take her practice to the next level as she commences a Diploma of Collegial Studies in Circus Arts at L'École Nationale de Cirque de Montreal.
Samantha is a creative producer who facilitates and produces performing arts and participatory experiences across a range of scales and formats. A Cultural Trust grant will see Sam travel to the United Kingdom to undertake a series of residencies with community arts organisations, and to research theatre created with communities, for communities.
Earlier this year, 2015 grantee Kate Lefoe's film Somersault Pike was selected for the prestigious Accelerator Shorts Program as part of the Melbourne International Film Festival. Here explains the premise behind the film, her practice, and the journey to making a feature length film.
As a performer and writer, comedy is Scott Sheridan’s greatest passion. With the support of a Cultural Trust grant, Scott will study improvisational comedy at The iO Theater and The Second City in Chicago, while immersing himself in Chicago’s celebrated comedy and theatre scene.