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free talk with our favourite arts lawyer

free talk: have you ever wished a lawyer would explain to you how mou (memorandum of understanding), contracts, artistic agreements and co-op agreements might work for creative endeavours? pvi collective board member, michael tucak, is presenting a session on all this and more! if you’re creating devised work and/or working with project-based collectives or forming a group that will regularly work together, this free sesssion can help you avoid disagreements arising out of unclear role or fee division and expectations. arm yourself with the knowledge and tools to fairly and transparently set up and honour your own agreements. 1 september 2017 11:00am - 12:30pm pvi studios 24 brisbane st, perth register your attendance: https://form.jotform.co/72138297795875 and after the talk: cheap date with a lawyer ($35) if you’re grappling with a specific problem, and you need some one-on-one time to talk over your delicate (arts law) problems, now’s your chance! for less than the cost of dinner and a drink, you can corner michael for 30 minutes and ask the big (arts law) question you’ve been worried about. there are only 4 timeslots available. to book a date with michael, email finn@pvicollective.com with your preferred time: 1:30 - 2:00 - date 1 | 2:00 - 2:30 - date 2 | 2:45 - 3:15 - date 3 | 3:15 - 3:45 - date 4 continue reading →

introducing our sweet seat artists in residence

the sweet seat residency is our newest support initiative for independent artists and arts administrators. we offer our sweet seat artists three months at a dedicated desk, with one hour of mentorship from pvi team members each week, all free of charge.  our 2017 artists in residence in the sweet seat are steven james finch and phoebe sullivan. read more about the sweet seat, our resident artists and their project here. if you'd like to apply for the sweet seat, expressions of interest are open year round. 

KISS club was wonderful

we had a great time at KISS club, co-presented this year for the first time with our friends at pica. we had a q+a with reuban saul of estrin saul lawyers, our featured performers got great feedback, and hawaii was performed with gusto.  continue reading →

resist at curtin university

we had a great time at curtin university running resist with students telling us the issues that are dividing the community there. thanks to our student volunteers sean guastavino and jessica nyanda moyle contests included:

  • the people vs budget cuts
  • the people vs apathy
  • the people vs lonely post-grads
  • the people vs poo
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pvi collective seek business manager

pvi are looking for a kick-ass business manager!  position description: the business manager ensures that the business operations of pvi collective support the organisation’s artistic vision by maximising income generation and managing the companies finances on a micro and macro level. they are responsible for the business, financial, human and physical resource, and contract management of the organisation, and for contributing to the strategic development of the organisation’s operations and business areas. continue reading →

we’re in the ietm ‘fresh perspectives’ publication

we're super excited to be part of the ietm publication 'fresh perspectives 6: mixed reality and the theatre of the future, arts and new technologies'. in it, mixed-reality practitioners share their experiences, give insights into their practices, and share their learnt lessons,  and possibilities for development and collaborations. it's suited to people interested in making work that sits in mixed reality - anything that straddles the real environment and a virtual environment. the publication posits this as part of 'the theatre of the future', using new technologies to create new types of experiences for audiences.  we wrote about our artwork blackmarket; unpacking the making of the work from idea to testing to production, and how we walked the line between an augmented reality world existing on the streets of the real world.  you can download the publication here. enjoy reading it all - there's plenty of interesting material from creative comrades from around the world. 

applications open for residencies at 24 brisbane st

pvi collective are offering residencies at their studio at 24 brisbane st, perth.  there are two types available – one of four desks in the co-lab studio, or a studio residency. 

call out dates:

co-lab: march 24 – april 9 2017 (closes 23:59pm). out of round applications will be considered as desks become available.  studio: round 1 open march 24 – april 9 2017 (closes 23:59pm) for residencies between april and december 2017.  round 2 opens in october 2017 for residencies between january and april 2018. some out of round applications may be considered. Click here to find out more and apply. check out the Facebook page here to share with your creative comrades. [caption id="attachment_2310" align="alignnone" width="640"] 24 brisbane street[/caption]

pvi and blast theory international residency exchange program

we are very excited that with the support of the australia council for the arts, blast theory and pvi collective are joining forces to facilitate a unique r&d residency exchange opportunity for one australian artist and one british artist to spend 6 weeks in residence with blast theory and pvi respectively.  in this, stage one of the project, one australian artist will undertake a residency with blast theory. continue reading →

the fires beneath us workshop with alex rinsler

alex rinsler [uk] will be running a two hour workshop about perth's social and virtual ecology and what's feeding it. the workshop will raise questions around what fault lines run beneath our streets, beneath our screens. where are they and how are they shifting? what's bubbling beneath the surface? what will happen when these bubbles burst?

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artist talk: pvi in conversation with alex rinsler

alex rinsler is our inaugural artist in residence at 24 brisbane street. he is a public artist and cultural producer from the uk and makes large-scale public work with local artists and communities, most of which gets burned in the end. this is his first visit to western australia. continue reading →