Alumni for Junction Arts Festival

Junction Arts Festival’s 2015 line-up is looking sharp, with the five-day festival set to take over Launceston through a rollicking program of performances, experiences and late-night happenings. Brienna Macnish (Next Wave Festival 2014) is this year’s Artist In Residence working on VILLAGE, the second part of a site-specific trilogy of audio works that kicked off with HOME at our 2014 Festival. Meanwhile, Dylan Sheridan […]

Pegboard 13 Feb is out!

The Festival edges ever closer and we just keep getting busier! A cracker Pegboard this week with all the gossip on JUMP, more chances to work with Next Wave, heaps of suggests, opps and readings, as well as the chance to submit your Next Wave Memories! Get into it here!

NW picks at FOLA

Hola FOLA! The Festival of Live Art hits Melbourne in March, with 17 category-busting days of performances, experiences and happenings. The program is cracking with NW alumni,from intimate one-on-ones to dazzling show-biz spectacles. Check out our picks below, happening all over Melbourne from the 14 – 30 March. Amy Spiers (NWF 2008) and staff alumni Ashley Dyer […]

The Piper at Syd Fest

Clare Britton (NWF2010), Halcyon MacLeod & Sam Routledge (NWF 2008) rework the classic tale The Pied Piper of Hamelin in The Piper, a unique theatrical journey for children and adults. Inspired by former Poet Laureate Ted Hughes’s stories for children, the Piper is a bear– a dancer with a rebel soul– and the Mayor is a political leader with an identity […]

Sydney Festival Picks

We’re gearing up for summer, which means parties, sunshine and one giant rubber duck… That’s right, it’s Sydney Festival time again! Transforming the bay-side city with three weeks of high quality programming. Packed with summer fun and artistic delights, Sydney Festival will host a heap of local and international artists, including a number of Next Wave alumni. […]