CAMP International is here, offering everyone with and without disability who love, or are curious about performance making to join us for delightfully ruthless art-making workshops! Inspired by CAMP (Come And Make Performance), Back to Back Theatre’s annual weekend of art-making frivolity at our home in Geelong, CAMP International knows no geographical boundaries: it gives participants the opportunity to work alongside Back to Back’s ensemble of actors who co-author the company’s touring shows, while experiencing the practices of a diverse range of contemporary artists from around the world.
No experience is necessary and new faces from far and wide are especially welcome. Workshops will be held concurrently on Thursdays and Saturdays throughout March; full CAMP International or single workshop tickets are available but positions are limited and bookings are essential.
CAMP International is supported by the Anthony Costa Foundation, Give Where You Live, Percy Baxter Charitable Trust, Winifred and John Webster Charitable Trust Fund, Helen Macpherson Smith Trust, John T Reid Charitable Trust, Transport Accident Commission (TAC) and WorkSafe. Back to Back Theatre is supported by Australia Council for the Arts, Creative Victoria and City of Greater Geelong and acknowledges the support of the Department of Education & Training, Victoria, through the Strategic Partnerships Program.