Come And Make Performance
Saturday 25 & Sunday 26 March 2017
CAMP is an intensive weekend of delightfully ruthless creative investigations for community members with and without disabilities.
Each CAMP workshop results in a performance and single workshops, one day and full weekend tickets will be available to purchase. Positions are limited and bookings are essential.
Scroll down for more information on this year’s event, including artists and workshops, Youth Emerging Artist opportunities, timetable and info pack, NDIS access and who to contact if you need assistance making a booking.
CAMP 2017 is supported by Australia Council for the Arts, Catalyst, Creative Victoria, City of Greater Geelong, Department of Social Services, Give Where You Live, TAC and Percy Baxter Charitable Trust.
LUCY GUERIN – Instant Dance
Devise and respond to scripts for collective and individual movement.
Lucy Guerin is a choreographer and the Artistic Director of Lucy Guerin Inc.
INGRID VOORENDT & KATE SULAN – Performance Making
Use a series of images as a springboard to create performance using text and movement.
Ingrid is a performance maker and director with a dance background. Kate is a theatre maker, the Artistic Director of Rawcus and a long-term collaborator with Back to Back Theatre.
JOSEPH O’FARRELL (JOF) – Infinity Space Junk
Make interactive environments from sound, junk and drawings.
Joseph O’Farrell (JOF) is a theatre maker, installation artist and curator.
YUMI UMIUMARE – Animal or Ghost?
Discover your own surreal and funny face and body expressions through being an animal and/or ghost!
Yumi Umiumare is a Japanese Butoh dancer, choreographer and performance maker.
JACKSON CASTIGLIONE – The Speechmaker
Explore political influence through words, charisma and hairstyles.
Jackson Castiglione is a director, artist and teacher. He is a founding member of Field Theory live art collective and works in TV, digital media and contemporary performance.
SOMA GARNER – Performance & Design
Explore the rituals of transformation by creating a space with projections, drawing, set and costume.
Soma Garner is an artist, set and costume designer and creative director of Memory Shelter.
IRIS GALLIARD – Puzzled Story
Tell your story with forms and genres. Start with a Greek tragedy, carry on with tap dance and finish with a rock song.
Iris Gaillard is a French born Melbourne based theatre director.
EMMA IKIN – Flight of Fancy
Create costumes using recycled and found objects to celebrate the idea of a re-imagined body map and explore the movements of your transformed self.
Emma Ikin is a costume designer and theatre maker.
JASON MALING & TAMARA SEARLE – Performance & The Gallery
Perform as a fully authorised work of art in the Geelong Gallery.
Jason Maling is an artist who designs experiences. Tamara Searle is the Artistic Associate at Back to Back Theatre.
TANYA GERSTLE – PULSE
PULSE is a physical and collaborative approach to turning your personal stories into short performances.
Tanya Gerstle is a theatre maker and Artistic Director of OpticNerve Performance Group.
BRIAN LIPSON – Oopsydaisey
Discover how to be embarrassing (using poetry).
Brian Lipson is an actor, writer, director and designer – he has written 9 poems.
RUSSELL FLETCHER & SARAH KINSELLA – Heroes & Villains
Improvise stories about birth, death, weddings, breakups, journeys, quests, success and disaster with flawed heroes and awesome villains.
Russell Fletcher & Sarah Kinsella are comedians, improvisers, directors and workshop leaders.
Youth Emerging Artists
Back to Back Theatre has 6 free positions to offer individuals between the age of 12 – 16 who are interested in processes for devising performance. Applications for emerging artist positions will be open for four weeks, closing on Monday 20 February 2017.
Click here for more information and to apply.
CAMP is a supported and inclusive event. When you register, you will have the opportunity to note any accessibility requirements you might have.
Back to Back Theatre is a registered provider with the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA).
Community Programs Coordinator
(03) 5221 2029
Back to Back Theatre, Geelong