10 November 2018
Central Park, Collie, Western Australia
Conversations about the creative arts, tech, and entrepreneurship rippled well beyond Collie’s Central Park on Saturday, 10 November, as part of Operation Next Gen’s Arts Tech Fest to celebrate Global Entrepreneurship Week. Workshops, think tanks and live performances attracted a modest but extremely curious crowd, with some people travelling from surrounding towns and as far…Read More
Award-winning filmmaker Richard Todd of Aquarius Productions shared his experiences in how to turn an idea into a short film.
Building a sustainable art business takes more than raw talent. In the Art & Business Workshop, Andrew Frazer shared practical steps and real-life experiences to provoke, equip and inspire budding artists.
An esteemed panel of film professionals, Richard Todd, Dean Lomax, and Roly Skender, explored emerging opportunities in the industry at the 2018 Art & Tech Fest in Collie.
A diverse panel of music professionals including Vinni Crea, Dan White, Kate Hindle, Clive Hodson and Joe Powell, got together at the 2018 Art & Tech Fest in Collie to discuss emerging opportunities in the industry.
A free community event, featuring an amazing video art performance with Frankensound that lit up Collie as you’ve never seen it before.
Live music performances from Blue Child Collective and Kate Hindle and supporting musicians.
Engaging Audiovisual Events and Video Projection Art.
Frankensound is the commercial creative practice of West Australian audiovisual artist, musician and producer Roly Skender.
Award-winning creativity in video projection art, audiovisual production, design, music and consulting for the arts and entertainment industries.
Blue Child Collective
Fronted by Dan White, an enthusiastic collaborator, multi-instrumentalist and fingerstyle artisan conjuring soundscapes spanning raging rhythmic grooves to bluesy licks and ethereal trips, this is music with purpose.
From his thought-provoking lyrics to engaging live performances, Blue Child Collective reminds us that we're all, in essence, children of this blue planet and connected in our existence; one and the same.
Collie's own Kate Hindle’s pain and triumph are the inspiration behind her latest release ‘Ready For The Ride’.
The mini album touches on melancholy at times with her latest single ‘Loneliness’ and ‘My Whiskey Lullaby’.
The sadness never lingers too long, giving the listener time to absorb the raw emotions, but then to be uplifted by the fresh upbeat themes.
Aquarius Productions is an award-winning Western Australian company based in Margaret River, that produces provocative factual programming, specialising in character-driven, social issues and conservation documentaries that have a positive impact on people, society and the environment.
Andrew Frazer Designs
Andrew Frazer is a multidisciplinary artist from Bunbury, Western Australia.
Inspired by stories of hope, despair, redemption, pain and forgiveness, Andrew's narrative-based art draws upon experiences that connect us all.
From public murals, illustration, hand lettering, design and arts management, Andrew's arts practise continues to expand and refine as a testament to his passion for personal growth.
Dean has been working in the Australian television industry since 1983, has worked freelance for all of the major Australian television networks and has been running Lomax since April 2001.
Since opening Lomax, Dean has worked across many forms of media production including tv commercials, event coverage, tv news and corporate, promotional and training video production and aerial vision using UAVs.
Coordinator of the Music Artist Stream at the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts.
WAAPA is recognised nationally and internationally for the quality of its graduates.
It provides the most comprehensive range of performing arts training in Australia.
Managing Director of Perfect Pitch, an independent Australian music publisher with offices in Perth and the Gold Coast who have developed a sizable local and international catalogue.
Always evolving, reinventing and rejuvenating Perfect Pitch currently represents in excess of 25,000 copyrights.
As a freelance musician, performer, composer and educator, Joe has built an excellent reputation in Perth.
Performing in several successful original bands, theatre shows, cover bands and jazz bands, and playing support for big name Australian acts, such as The Hoodoo Gurus, James Raine, The Rubens, Nathaniel, Johnny Ruffo, Samantha Jade and Shannon Noll.