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Apply for the Transmit Residency!

Explore access in theatremaking with Andi Snelling.

Andi Snelling smiling at the camera against a colourful brick wall.

image: Emiko Artemis

Applications for the Transmit Residency are now closed.

Transmit is a series of opportunities for local and Deaf and Disabled artists to learn with some of the world’s leading Deaf and Disabled artists. Artists will be from a range of disciplines. Transmit is a mix of workshops, conversations, performances and residencies.
Our first residency of 2023 is led by Andi Snelling. Andi will introduce participants to her practice including techniques for embedding access into performance development.

Dates: Monday 17 April – Friday 21 April 2023

Times: 12 pm – 6 pm. We will take access breaks.

Location: WXYZ Studios, Lucy Guerin Inc, 130 Dryburgh Street, North Melbourne, VIC 3051.

Apply to the Transmit Residency Today! Just check out the FAQ below and filling out the EOI form.


Frequently Asked Questions

Andi Snelling is a multi-award-winning performer, writer and director. She makes boundary-pushing theatre. Her work explores the human condition with raw honesty and playful physicality. Andi is described as “the standout” (Herald Sun), “sublimely talented” (The Age/SMH) and “so skilled that you’re left wanting more” (Daily Review)Andi is an Australia Council for the Arts Future Leader 2022.

Transmit Residency is an opportunity to explore artmaking with Andi Snelling. A group of eight artists will work with Andi Snelling and Caroline Bowditch in a dedicated workshop. We will be exploring aesthetic access. Aesthetic access is when you build access into the design or composition of your art.

Applications are open on 17 March and closes at 5pm on 31 March 2023.

You can apply by downloading the application form below or filling out our online application.

We can also email or post an application to you if you contact us.

Absolutely! Talk to us if you would prefer to submit a video or audio application.

Applications in Auslan are also invited.

There are three criteria that applicants must meet. You must:
• identify as a Deaf and/or Disabled person
• live in Victoria
• have an active performance practice

Unfortunately, in the interests of fairness to all applicants, the selection panel cannot give feedback on your application.

We will notify you of the outcome of your application by 5 April 2023.

You can contact us:

  • Via Phone: 03 9699 8299 (voice only)/0401 224 864 (text or voice)
  • Via email.