2014 Home Art

  • East St Kilda Australia

East St Kilda – Text, Dance and Song

A TPA Climate Commission

Home art is an international arts project enabling people to make and show art in their own homes in collaboration with leading contemporary artists. From development to presentation, these art works have been created with low environmental impact.”

Home Art/East St Kilda is a series of three performances that have been generated by 3 residents from the City of Port Phillip in their own homes.

They have collaborated with three professional artist; Jo Lloyd [Dance]; Jeremy Stanford [Song]; and Adriano Cortese [Text].

Each performance will occur in a small space with a small select audience of friends, neighbours, family and supporters. The first performance will commence at 3pm in East St Kilda, at the conclusion of the first performance the audience will walk to the next location, (10 Mins) for the second performance and then to third location, (20 mins) for the third performance.

Participants are encouraged to get to the Home Art performance with low impact on the environment by either walking, coming on bike or via public transport.


Jo Lloyd and Tim (Dance)


Jeremy Stanford and Emeli  (Music/Singing)

“I lost my confidence in singing. I thought I wasn’t good enough to sing so I stopped. Home Art got me connected back to why I did it in the first place – for the love of it. Singing is part of me, part of the story of who I am. I’m singing a new tune now – I am more than enough.

Thanks again for the beautiful opportunity!”

Emeli Paulo


Please note there will also be a showing of the films made on the Home Art project on Tuesday May 6, 2014 at Theatre Works, Acland St St Kilda.

SCREENING:
WHEN: Tuesday May 6, 2014
WHERE: Theatre Works, Acland St St Kilda.
COST: Limited Public Tickets are available

Ranters Theatre would like to acknowledge that this project has been supported by the City of Port Phillip through the Cultural Development Fund. Ranters Theatre is supported by the Australia Council for the Arts and Arts Victoria. Ranters would like to also acknowledge support from Tipping Point Australia.