Creative and Cultural, Events

Hosting Melbourne Fringe Festival Theatre production ‘Scarborough’

Curate Space is hosting the Melbourne Fringe Festival season of the theatre production “Scarborough”. 

Scarborough Storyline

Lauren and Daz are in love. So are Beth and Aiden. Only problem is Lauren is Daz’s teacher. Aiden is Beth’s. How did they get there? It’s time to reveal secrets…
You’re invited on a weekend away at Motel Scarborough; a world of conflicting morals and power play. What does it take to cross a line? And when does that line begin to blur?
You be the judge.

Warning: Contains some nudity, moderate coarse language, adult themes(violence, sexual assault or abuse)

Fiona Evans polarising play Scarborough is about two couples having a forbidden weekend away. Underneath the love, the fights, and the laughter lies a harsh truth no couple can ignore. –  Melbourne Fringe Festival.

Cast and Creatives

Directed by Lauren Hopley
Performed by Jane Barry and Zachary Kazepis
Written by Fiona Evans. By special arrangement with Dominie Pty Ltd

Jane Barry is a long time actor with many professional credits under her belt and is a graduate of the University of Southern Qld’s Acting Degree. This is Jane’s first venture into producing and she is thrilled to be a part of Melbourne Fringe’s Producer Mentorship Program for 2018; Compass Navigate.

Along with the experienced and talented Zachary Kazepis (who will take on both the role of the young Daz and the older Aiden) and Lauren Hopley; a savvy and sensitive Director with an Executive Master of Arts, and Director of the 2016 hit of the Midsummer Festival; Beyond Priscilla, the Play, Jane is in good company.

Event Details

PLEASE NOTE: THE 2018 MELBOURNE FRINGE FESTIVAL SEASON OF SCARBOROUGH HAS BEEN CANCELLED.

Dates 19th, 20th, 21st & 22nd September 2018
Time 7.30 pm
Venue Curate Space: Level 6, 306 Little Collins Street, Melbourne
Full cost $25
Concession $22.50

Book Now via the Fringe Box Office

For bookings and info visit melbournefringe.com.au or call 03 9660 9666.

Creative and Cultural, Events, Innovation and Industry, Professional Development and Leadership

#DIFhub18 Creative Industries Day

31st August  2018

Join the audience at Curate Space, the Digital Innovation Festival Hub. 

A full day program of events focusing on Creative Industries has been curated as part of the DIF Hub program. Register for the specific sessions of interest, or make a day of it, and receive complimentary coworking and collaboration at the DIF Hub.

 

#DIFhub18 Lunch ‘n’ Learn – Event Tech

How do we engage our ideal audience, inspiring their participation throughout the journey: from discover, anticipation, arrival, throughout, in the review and maintaining the relationship for an ongoing relationship.

What is the opportunity there for crowdsourcing your content and marketing?


 

#DIFhub18 Deep Dive – Venue Tech

Technology touches every aspect of venue management. How can technology be integrated throughout the venue to engage and manage, audiences and crew? How has technology changed the audiovisual production process? And what opportunities does this bring to enriching the audience experience? Extending the audience beyond the walls, with the venue serving as a broadcasting production for virtual audiences?

 

#DIFhub18 Lessons Learned – Creative Tech

Where art extends off the canvas to engage and immerse.

How are visual artists integrating technology to enrich the experience of their work? Drawing on the strengths of both spheres of the brain, how do we honour the creative flow in the technical process?

How does the multidisciplinary process come together? As a collaboration between specialists, or extending our talents across the scope?


 

Curate Space is the Victorian Government’s Digital Innovation Festival Hub.

We are proud to be partnering with the Victorian Government to deliver a ten day program of events, for audiences in the venue and online via the live stream. We are also the home for the festival team, working from our Festivals and Events Industry Coworking Space.

#DIFHub18

The 2018 DIF Hub will host sessions over 10 days of the festival from Monday 28 August to Friday 7 September 10.00am – 7.30pm at Curate Space in the heart of the Melbourne CBD.

See the full DIFhub program

Curate Space is an event partner with the Victorian Government

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Creative and Cultural, Events, Innovation and Industry, Professional Development and Leadership

#DIFhub18 Lessons Learned: Creative Tech

Where art extends off the canvas to engage and immerse.

How are visual artists integrating technology to enrich the experience of their work? Drawing on the strengths of both spheres of the brain, how do we honour the creative flow in the technical process?

How does the multidisciplinary process come together? As a collaboration between specialists, or extending our talents across the scope?

The panel of artists engaging tech:

  • Dr Troy Innocent
  • Marc-o-Matic
  • Chloe Beevers

When: Friday 31st August 2018, 6 pm to 7.30 pm

Location : Curate Space, Level 6, 306 Little Collins Street

A Recording of the session will be made available on demand in the coming days.

Curate Space is the Victorian Government’s Digital Innovation Festival Hub.

We are proud to be partnering with the Victorian Government to deliver a ten day program of events, for audiences in the venue and online via the live stream. We are also the home for the festival team, working from our Festivals and Events Industry Coworking Space.

#DIFHub18

The 2018 DIF Hub will host sessions over 10 days of the festival from Monday 28 August to Friday 7 September 10.00am – 7.30pm at Curate Space in the heart of the Melbourne CBD.

See the full DIFhub program

Curate Space is an event partner with the Victorian Government

SGV LOGO BLACK.png

Creative and Cultural, Events, Innovation and Industry, Professional Development and Leadership

#DIFhub18 Deep Dive: Venue Tech

Technology touches every aspect of venue management. How can technology be integrated throughout the venue to engage and manage, audiences and crew? How has technology changed the audiovisual production process? And what opportunities does this bring to enriching the audience experience? Extending the audience beyond the walls, with the venue serving as a broadcasting production for virtual audiences?

As well as ticket sales and onsite purchases, venues rely on bookings from producers, presenters and performers. How are they found and how is the relationship managed?

The panel exploring perspectives on venue tech includes a venue, an audiovisual specialist and a festival manager.

  • Chris Mann, Link Audio
  • Chloe Beevers, Founder – Curate Space and Curate Events
  • Kelly Hutchinson – Digital Innovation Festival Manager, Victorian Government

When: Friday 31st August 2018, 3 pm to 4.30 pm

Location : Curate Space, Level 6, 306 Little Collins Street

A Recording of the session will be made available on demand in the coming days.

Curate Space is the Victorian Government’s Digital Innovation Festival Hub.

We are proud to be partnering with the Victorian Government to deliver a ten day program of events, for audiences in the venue and online via the live stream. We are also the home for the festival team, working from our Festivals and Events Industry Coworking Space.

#DIFHub18

The 2018 DIF Hub will host sessions over 10 days of the festival from Monday 28 August to Friday 7 September 10.00am – 7.30pm at Curate Space in the heart of the Melbourne CBD.

See the full DIFhub program

Curate Space is an event partner with the Victorian Government

SGV LOGO BLACK.png

Creative and Cultural, Events, Innovation and Industry

#DIFhub18 Lunch ‘n’ Learn: Event Tech

How do we engage our ideal audience, inspiring their participation throughout the journey: from discover, anticipation, arrival, throughout, in the review and maintaining the relationship for an ongoing relationship.

More than attendance, it’s about participation. There are no longer spectators, as audiences expect to be engaged, a custom experience, shared with their tribe.

What is the opportunity there for crowdsourcing your content and marketing?

Event management is one of the most stressful jobs in the world. With so many moving parts and stakeholders, how can producers, presenters, performers and practitioners; keep track of and collectively deliver a smooth live experience for the participants?

Through technology:

  • Increase reach
  • Enhance engagements
  • Extend conversations
  • Drive sales
  • Measure everything
  • Amplify your brand
The panel consists of perspectives from a venue, a ticketing platform and a festival producer.
– Chris McDonnell – Music Partnerships, Eventbrite
– Chloe Beevers – Founder, Curate Space & Curate Events
– Kelly Hutchinson – Digital Innovation Festival Manager, Victorian Government

When: Friday 31st August 2018, 12.30 pm to 2 pm

Location : Curate Space, Level 6, 306 Little Collins Street

A Recording of the session will be made available on demand in the coming days.

Curate Space is the Victorian Government’s Digital Innovation Festival Hub.

We are proud to be partnering with the Victorian Government to deliver a ten day program of events, for audiences in the venue and online via the live stream. We are also the home for the festival team, working from our Festivals and Events Industry Coworking Space.

#DIFHub18

The 2018 DIF Hub will host sessions over 10 days of the festival from Monday 28 August to Friday 7 September 10.00am – 7.30pm at Curate Space in the heart of the Melbourne CBD.

See the full DIFhub program

Curate Space is an event partner with the Victorian Government

SGV LOGO BLACK.png