The Rebus Team is delighted to announce the EUROBODALLA SHIRE PROJECT ALCHEMY ARTISTS!
Please give a warm welcome to Deb Cleland (Activist/Artist/Academic) who will be delivering an artist led bushfire project in Eurobodalla Shire.
Deb Cleland (she/her) is an activist/ artist/ academic, with all the compromise and circuitous life paths that those slashes imply. She dabbles in interactive theatre and games, site-specific place-making, and creative non-fiction, hoping to bring her research into social justice, inclusion and sustainability to life through writing and performance. Since 2012, Deb has been devising, directing and participating in ensemble work that asks questions about co-existence, co-operation and how to claim space as an unwelcome body of any kind.
After taking a break from the arts following injury and other disruptions, Deb is hoping to reinvigorate her explorations into repair and restoration, wondering how to answer her friend’s nihilistic provocation in the face of ecosystem collapse: ‘We lost. Now what?’.
More information on artists in Eurobodalla Shire, Bega Valley Shire, Queanbeyan-Palerang Regional Council and East Gippsland to come to you in the following weeks. Or if you want to check out all the artists now, head to the website: https://rebustheatre.com/our-project-alchemy-artists/
Project Alchemy is made possible thanks to funding from the Australian Government for the Black Summer Bushfire Grant Program.
Rebus is also supported by Ainslie and Gorman Arts Centres and the ACT Government.
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