Noemie Huttner-Koros is a queer Jewish performance-maker, writer, dramaturg and community organiser. My practice is driven by a deep belief in the social, political and cultural role of art and in engaging with sites and histories where ecological crisis, queer culture and composting occur. I graduated from WAAPA’s Performance Making course in 2018 and am currently studying a Master of Theatre Dramaturgy at the Victorian College of the Arts. My work has taken place in black-box theatres, alleyways (The Lion Never Sleeps, The Blue Room Theatre Summer Nights), dinner parties (The Trouble-Makers, You Are Here Festival & Batch Festival) and galleries (Borders, Spectrum Gallery). I am an organiser of Arts & Cultural Workers for Climate Action, a co-director of interdisciplinary performance group KAN Collective and have worked with companies including Spare Parts Puppet Theatre (First Hand resident artist), Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts (2019 Resident Artist), DADAA (arts worker), Incite Arts Alice Springs, Warlpiri Youth Development Aboriginal Corporation and Australian Theatre for Young People (National Studio 2019). My poetry has been published in Australian Poetry Anthology 2020 and I was the winner of the 2020 Venie Holmgren Environmental Poetry Prize. Hailing from Ngunnuwal country, I live and work on Whadjuk Noongar country.
Join us for a day-long immersive experience with artists and changemakers demonstrating how arts and creativity is transforming lives and building stronger, more connected communities.
Edith Cowan University Joondalup
Nov 06 2020