• Black and white barechested male in torso shot lying face with arm raised in the air up dark dim light coming from the background.
  • Black and white image of two legs from the knee down stamping up and down in white powder. The powder is floating in the air and around the legs.
  • Black and white image of silhouetted mans top half body against strong white light in background.
  • Blurred black and white image of three performers moving around against a black curtain.
  • Black and white image of male and female silhouetted dancers holding each other in a full body standing hug.
  • Black and white image of a male torso lying on the ground sideways horizontally extending his arm out over his head.
  • Black and white image of two dancers rolling on floor together in front of a camera crew in the foreground.
  • Black and white image of woman turning on her knees with arms outstretched in a cloud of smoke haze.
  • Black and white image of silhouetted full body male and female dancers holding each others hand in full extension against white light.
Black and white image of a torso and headshot of a woman wearing a black shirt and a large black flower ring on her hand.

Sarah-Vyne Vassallo on Western Sydney Roundtable!

Create NSW has announced the 10 practitioners chosen to lead the 2018 Western Sydney Arts, Screen and Culture Roundtable and guess what? Our Artistic Director Sarah-Vyne Vassallo is one of them!

Create NSW Acting Executive Director Tarek Barakat said the line-up combines remarkable experience, a strong mix of arts and screen practice and inclusion across a diverse range of expertise and backgrounds from the Western Sydney region.

“We were extremely impressed by the calibre of applications for the roundtable and excited to announce the members who will join us for 2018 to ensure that the needs of the region are reflected in future arts policies and direction from the agency.”

Colour image of Matt Shilcock sitting on a metal platform in front of a blonde bricked building. He is wearing a black shirt and jacket, blue jeans and has his hair pulled back.

Murmur Artists travelling the Globe!

Murmuration is super proud that our artists Matt Shilcock and Melinda Tyquin are in Helsinki!

Matt is currently in residence through a partnership with the Australia Council for the Arts and Helsinki International Artist Programme (HIAP). Residing at the Cable Factory (Kaapelitehdas), a cultural and artistic hub. He is researching and developing a new choreographic scoring system. This will include collaborations with Kaaos and Willman dance companies in Helsinki, and a possible performance with the X Dance Festival. Melinda is collaborating as rehearsal assistant and providing support over the residency.

Visit Matt in residence at Helsinki International Artist Programme (HIAP) and the X Dance Festival.

Image credit: Photo by Elham Rahmati