Past Sunshine Coast Event: VOL 24

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VOL 24

November 14, 2017
@ Majestic Cinemas

The Creative Alliance – Sunshine Coast presents

Sunshine Coast Pecha Kucha Night #24


What does it take to live a creative life, to make it as an artist, to create a vibrant local arts scene? What should be in a plan to help this happen?

Place: Majestic Cinemas, Nambour

Date:  Tuesday 14 November

Time:  6.00 for 6.30 pm

Tickets: $10/$5.00 members/concession

Tickets available at:   

  • Russell Anderson – Artist and designer
  • Florence Teillet – Theatre maker
  • Phil Graham – Head of School/Musician
  • Delany Delaney & Glen Sheppard
  • Mason Hope - Muso
  • Dr Lynne Bradley – Director/theatre maker
  • Melissa Lanham - Choreographer/teacher/facilitator
  • Nicole Voevodin-Cash – Visual artist
  • Mic Black – Maker/Experiential technologist
  • Mia Hacker – Artist/photographer, Community Arts Worker, Mum, Teacher
  • Megan Williams - Manager, USC Gallery
  • Steven Lang – Writer 

This Pecha Kucha Night is being supported by the Sunshine Coast and our season sponsor CQUniversity.

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Creating performance entrepreneurs

@ VOL 24 ON NOV 14, 2017

Lynne Bradley has worked as a director, choreographer, performer and actor-trainer in Brisbane and abroad for the past 30 years. In 1992 she founded Zen Zen Zo Physical Theatre with Simon Woods, and spent two decades building Zen Zen Zo into an internationally renowned performance and training centre. Lynne is passionate about physical theatre, cross-cultural arts collaboration, innovation, sustainability, and mentoring - which is why she took on her current role running the new Master of Professional Practice (Performing Arts) at USC. 

Her goal during the course of the one-year program is to assist emerging and mid-career artists to become more sustainable, using the model of the “Creative Entrepreneur”.

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Arts/life, Dance/life

@ VOL 24 ON NOV 14, 2017

Melissa Lanham is an independent dance artist with over 25 years in the arts industry both here and overseas. Based on the Sunshine Coast, she has been in constant work as a teacher and Choreographer.  Her latest work 'Vincent' which Premiered at the Adelaide Fringe Fest 2016 and to Newcastle and Melbourne to rave reviews originated here on the Sunshine Coast. In this presentation she shares some of her tips and inspiration! 

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From a different angle

@ VOL 24 ON NOV 14, 2017

Photography has been apart of Mia Hacker's life since her Grand-dad gave her her first camera as a young child. Mia's lifelong learning has enabled her to see things from different perspectives including through a camera lens. 

Mia Hacker
Artist, Self Employed in Cooran
Melissa Lanham
Choreographer, Self Employed in Sunshine Coast
Lynne Bradley
Theatre Director / University Lecturer in Brisbane
Nicole Voevodin-Cash
Artist Sculptor, Self Employed in Sunshine Coast