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Regional Arts Development Central West NSW

Recap: VISION 20/50 Residency

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A futurist, nine artists, assorted other creatives walk into a party… and discover it’s the year 2050 and everyone is celebrating the enormous success of their (im)possible projects in the current Central West arts festival.

That’s how the residency weekend (May 2-5) began for our VISION 20/50 project. Ana Tiquia from Melbourne-based All Tomorrrow’s Futures and festival director Adam Deusien led participants through a playful, all-things-are-possible, collaborative three days of developing arts ideas.
The artists – coming from a range of disciplines across music, theatre, visual art, film, textiles, research – are: Gus Armstrong, Ro Burns, Steven Cavanagh, Bryan Cutts, Isabel Fox, Cindy Fox, Kris Kennedy, Jennifer Roberts, Leanne Wicks.

Save the date: 12 December 2024, Bathurst, for the ‘festival launch’ where all these ideas, artworks and projects will be revealed.

VISION 20/50 an (im)possible festival is funded by the Australian Government’s Regional Arts Fund (via Regional Arts NSW) and supported in-kind by Charles Sturt University.

📷 Steven Cavanagh (right) experiments with an (im)possible idea/ photo Carolyn hide.