Adelaide Festival Centre’s inSPACE program is a cutting-edge, grassroots and innovative program that supports some of South Australia’s most talented, independent artists. See hot new talent across all art forms including: theatre, dance, visual arts and music. Be part of the artistic conversation: sharing, contributing and discovering how art is created behind the scenes. This creative blurring of the line between artist and audience reinforces Adelaide Festival Centre’s philosophy – Arts for All – that the arts belong to everyone.
Each artist/group chosen for the annual inSPACE program is provided with 1–3 weeks in-kind venue rehearsal, along with a provision for technical equipment hire, and a contribution towards artist wages. Work-in-progress showings are presented to an invited audience at the end of each inSPACE development, providing valuable feedback to help inform the next stage of your artistic process.
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2020 inSPACE program
Dates and venues of 2020 developments are still being finalised with artists. Current event information below.
Old traditions and imbalances collide in a powerful modern themed musical theatre production constructed by Noriko Tadano. Exploring confronting issues that women still face in this modern world, Noriko uses her shamisen, voice and experiences to shine a blinding light on the lack of real progress.
Showing: Friday 20 November, 6pm
Venue: Festival Theatre Rehearsal Room
Noriko Tadano – Creator, Performer, Director and Producer
Yusuke Horaguchi – Animation Artist
Simon Colebrook – Stage/Artist Assistant
Adam Ritchie – Musician, Sound Designer (live modular synths)
Fill the Earth
Fill the Earth is a multi discipline art project combining live performance with video and art installation. Artists from diverse backgrounds have created individual works on a circular stage responding to the themes of how our values and behaviours influence society, our natural environment and ultimately the planet.
Showing: Friday 4 December, 6:30pm
Venue: The Shed Rehearsal Theatre. 408 Goodwood Road Cumberland Park Enter Via Laneway Off Of Avenue Road. Adelaide, SA
Juha Vanhakartano - Project Leader, Curator, Concept Developer, Filmmaker
Lina Limosani - Choreographer, Dancer
Alison Currie - Maker, Choreographer, Performer
Thom Buchanan - Painter, Drawer, Performer (action painting)
Stephen Sheehan- Actor
The Lost Art of Listening
The Lost Art of Listening is a work for prepared piano and audience-played smartphone choir by composer Hilary Kleinig which investigates how people experience and value music in an age of 24-hour connectedness and distraction. Featuring pianist Erik Griswold, audiences are invited to use their phone to play a part in the sonic experience.
Hilary Kleinig - Composer/Creator
Erik Griswold - Pianist
Steve Berrick - Tech design
Tamara Saulwick - Mentor
Emma Beech - Mentor
Sandpit - Tech Consultants
Thank You Brain
Incorporating live music, song, movement, performance art and magic, Thank You Brain is one man’s journey of living with anxiety. A charming, moving and very human theatrical experience that, when our brains whir with a million unhelpful thoughts, encourages us to stop and simply say 'thank you brain’.
Corey McMahon - Director/Dramaturg
Tim Overton - Performer
Roz Hervey - Movement Choreographer
Jude Henshall - Performer
Quincy Grant - Composer
Chris Petridis - Lighting and AV Designer
Meg Wilson – Designer
Please click the links below for each year's respective program