Poignant memories of women on the Home Front during WWII transformed by theatre

Contemporary and Applied Theatre student Teagan Kranenburg with Brookland Village interviewee Corona Wood
Arts Education Law
Contemporary and Applied Theatre students transformed personal stories of women who supported the overseas war effort from home into a performance piece, earlier this semester. The production, Home Front, was a means of celebrating the Anzac Centennial. It linked Contemporary and Applied Theatre students with senior women from Brookland Village in Brisbane, who had memories […]

The role of trust in performance artists’ networks

Centre for Work Organisation and Wellbeing
Perplexed by the ease with which invitations were extended to her to perform at some of Europe’s longest running performance art festivals, Centre for Work, Organisation and Wellbeing (WOW)-affiliated doctoral candidate, music student graduate, former Calliope (Central Queensland) resident, and then fledgling performance artist, Rebecca Clunn (nee Cunningham) wanted to know just who these people were, […]