Development

These works and all of the development, nurturing and supporting of creative practices that happens at PACT are crucial - and they must continue. They are essential to ensuring the diversity of our arts and our society.
Jenny Leong MP
PACT Alumni

2017 Development Projects

 
 
Chad McLachlan, Stephen Cummins Residency 2016 Photo: Kate Blackmore

Chad McLachlan, Stephen Cummins Residency 2016
Photo: Kate Blackmore

Queer Development Program 2017

Performance Space's Queer Development Program takes place at PACT and includes a suite of initiatives aimed to energise Sydney Performance.

Brian Fuata, Vacant Room 2010 Photo: Heidrun Lohr

Brian Fuata, Vacant Room 2010
Photo: Heidrun Lohr

Vacant Room: Space Residency

Vacant Room: Space Residency offers an artist or collective a three-week creative development at PACT.

James Nguyen, Watch This Space

James Nguyen, Watch This Space

Vacant Room: 3 Year Residency

Vacant Room: 3 Year Residency is a creative development program for one artist or collective that takes places over three consecutive years.

High/Way 234

High/Way 234 is a residency program at PACT, Powerhouse Youth Theatre & The Q at the Joan, designed to strengthen creative communities across Greater Western Sydney.

 
RUCKUS Ensemble, Speed Of Life, 2016 Photo: Heidrun Lohr

RUCKUS Ensemble, Speed Of Life, 2016
Photo: Heidrun Lohr

Auspice

PACT is available to auspice grants on behalf of individuals or groups.

 
Gabrielle Paananen, 2016 BBM/PACT Travelling Scholarship recipient

Gabrielle Paananen, 2016 BBM/PACT Travelling Scholarship recipient

 

PACT/BBM Travelling Scholarship

The BBM/PACT Travelling Scholarship offers one early career artist $8000 to travel to Britain to work with a leading industry professional of your choice.

Tiny Stadiums Photo: Heidrun Lohr

Tiny Stadiums
Photo: Heidrun Lohr

Opportunities

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