Lady Producer Gang (LPG) is a collective of independent creative producers. LPG is a gang because they’re about disruption, independence and community. Founding members Yasmin Masri, Adelaide Rief and Vanessa Wright are producers of the collaborative kind, viewing creative production as an artistic practice. LPG was established as space to interrogate and invent new models for working, not only for developing and presenting art but also for the structures and systems that sit behind contemporary creative practice.
As a collective LPG want to facilitate conversations about the power and meaning of art, with those who are often excluded from those discussions. Through their work they explore the potential of creativity to disrupt; using social experiments and play to teach us new ways to exist, think and relate to each other in a world facing uncertain futures. For LPG, this type of art is participatory and DIY.
Yasmin, Adelaide and Vanessa have established and worked for diverse organisations including You Are Here Festival, Noted Festival, Melbourne Fringe Festival, Ainslie and Gorman Arts Centres, Craft ACT, DESIGN Canberra, Hotel Hotel and the London Design Biennale. They have also been radio presenters, teachers, social media managers, community lawyers, and shop assistants.