28 Oct 2020

►► LUMANA’I: Expressions of interest for future projects

Three triangles pointing forwards. In the left and right hand ones are a screenshot of digital imagery. In the middle is an image from Drift by Sarah Foster-Sproull of Rodney Bell & Julie van Renen. Rodney is a Māori man who uses a wheelchair. His hands are reaching up past his tipped head to rest fingertips gently on Julie's crown. Julie is a Pākehā. Her eyes are closed carefully with her chin resting lightly on his shoulder. The text reads: Lumana'i: The Future. Expressions of interest close 14 September 2020Three triangles pointing forwards. In the left and right hand ones are a screenshot of digital imagery. In the middle is an image from Drift by Sarah Foster-Sproull of Rodney Bell & Julie van Renen. Rodney is a Māori man who uses a wheelchair. His hands are reaching up past his tipped head to rest fingertips gently on Julie's crown. Julie is a Pākehā. Her eyes are closed carefully with her chin resting lightly on his shoulder. The text reads: Lumana'i: The Future. Expressions of interest close 14 September 2020Three triangles pointing forwards. In the left and right hand ones are a screenshot of digital imagery. In the middle is an image from Drift by Sarah Foster-Sproull of Rodney Bell & Julie van Renen. Rodney is a Māori man who uses a wheelchair. His hands are reaching up past his tipped head to rest fingertips gently on Julie's crown. Julie is a Pākehā. Her eyes are closed carefully with her chin resting lightly on his shoulder. The text reads: Lumana'i: The Future. Expressions of interest close 14 September 2020

! UPDATE ! We’ve extended submissions to midnight Friday 18 September 2020! Get in touch!

We are calling for new proposals and ideas for a new future of projects and artists, commissioned and supported by Touch Compass

Lumana’i expressions of interest are now open and closes 14 September 2020.

You may respond via written answers or a pre recorded video

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Mālo lava creatives,

Does your work straddle intersections? Is it unclassifiable?

Then we want to hear from you!

Lumana’i supports the future of bright, intriguing new work. With our revised kaupapa in mind, we would like to hear from anyone who has exciting, new projects. We want to support the development and creation of work. The ideas can be for live performance or a digital work.

Lumana’i is our first programme in our commitment to supporting new work that is disability-led. All artists involved do not need to be disabled.

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