Indigenous Makers’ Studio – Emerging Artists

about the program

The Indigenous Makers’ Studio is a new NORPA initiative supporting emerging Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Artists originating from or residing in NSW, who have a strong desire to develop their performance practise.

Eight artists will be selected to partake in a 2 week intensive program at NORPA in Lismore NSW in July 2019.

The program will support artists to:

When: 15th July – 26th July 2019
Where: The Studio, NORPA


Are you an Indigenous artist originating from or residing in NSW, at the beginning of your career or a recent graduate wanting to move your performance practise to the next level? Are you looking to develop and learn new skills in devising physical theatre, explore new ideas with your peers and learn from experienced tutors who are also practising artists?

If this sounds like you, we invite you to APPLY to be a part of the Indigenous Makers’ Studio.

Selected artists will be:

Applications closed on January 29th.

For more information contact Valley Lipcer via [email protected]

supported by

The Indigenous Makers’ Studio was made possible through Create NSW – Creative Koori Aboriginal Strategic Program funding and has been designed to elevate and enhance the skill set of the next generation of young, Indigenous storytellers and performers.


Photo | Horses Mouth 2017, Artist Jaymen Drahm. Image by Raphaela Rosella / Beyond Empathy