Judith Wright Centre of Contemporary Arts

Articles on Judith Wright Centre of Contemporary Arts:


White Porcelain Doll

Lizzie and Zaimon Vilmanis in White Porcelain Doll 
[image: Fen Lan Photography]

The dance theatre piece White Porcelain Doll, is the first full-length work presented Prying Eye Productions, as part of the Judith Wright Centre’s Fresh Ground initiative. Husband and wife collaborators, choreographers, and performers, Lizzie and Zaimon Vilmanis, during their residency with the Judith Wright Centre, explored the horrifying subject of…

Read More

Confessions of a Control Freak

Confessions of a Control Freak

The lovely Belinda Raisin has brought her cabaret show, Confessions of a Control Freak, up from Adelaide Fringe and Melbourne’s Butterfly Club to a sell-out season in Brisbane. Frances (Belinda’s alter-ego) is a young married woman, and from the outside her life looks perfect. Sure, she has everything perfectly timetabled…

Read More

Judith Wright Centre Announces New Fresh Ground Artists-In-Residence

Fresh Ground Residency Program - Judith Wright Centre

Recently the Judith Wright Centre of Contemporary Arts revealed their new Fresh Ground Artists-in Residence. Fresh Ground supports Queensland artists, collectives and companies to create high-calibre contemporary performance work able to entice, excite and inspire audiences. The program allows artists to develop and present new work at all stages of…

Read More

Sons of Sin

Sons of Sin - The Danger Ensemble

The World is a Mess. And so are we. Part night club, part dinking game, part public confessional, The Danger Ensemble’s bold, provocative new work Sons of Sin at The Judith Wright Centre of Contemporary Arts, explores ‘what is it to be a man’. Using a drinking game with random…

Read More

Emma Dean and Jake Diefenbach: An End to Dreaming

An End To Dreaming

An End to Dreaming is a “pop-cabaret-fairytale” from Brisbane’s most accomplished cabaret performers Emma Dean and Jake Diefenbach. Entering the stage area through the candle-lit cabaret tables like a lost Hansel and Gretel, yet cloaked like Little Red Riding Hood, the gothic cabaret fairytale of the Tim Burton kind begins…

Read More