Category Archives: Silos Project + Shearers Ballet

A partnership project between Arts OutWest and The Corridor Project with artistic director Patrick Nolan. We worked with some of the country’s top arts makers and the communities of Cowra and Canowindra. Whilst originally working towards a large scale public performance, with no further funding available this project has now wrapped up. Work is still progressing on the ‘Shearers Ballet’ part of the project, working towards a possible public performance in 2017. Visit the www.silosproject.com.au website for great photos, video and archives from this project.

Project highlight: the SILOS project

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The SILOS project brings together a collection of Australia’s leading artists to work with the communities in the Central West of NSW,  Read the Full article

Sign up now! Silos Project theatre workshops in Cowra

Sign up now! Silos Project theatre workshops in Cowra

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The Silos Project has announced details of two new workshops coming up 14/15 November; Physical Theatre and Dance & Creating character through improvisation and story telling. Read the Full article

Silos Project moves ahead in Canowindra

Silos Project moves ahead in Canowindra

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The second phase of the innovative Silos project is under way in the Canowindra region, bringing some of Australia’s leading creative’s to the region to connect with members of the community.  The project has secured funds from the Arts NSW Regional Theatre funding program and The Australia Council for the arts to continue development in Read the Full article

Silos

Silos

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The Silos project was conceived by Dylan Gower and Phoebe Cowdery of The Corridor Project together with Legs On The Wall director Patrick Nolan in partnership with Arts OutWest. Phase one of ‘The Silos’ ran 2013-2014 as a community wide program of activities: collecting local stories and developing skills in areas like aerial performance, music, Read the Full article