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Artist Call Out - BRINK Productions Theatre Residency

The BRINK Productions Breakout Residency is an open project development platform available to artists working in the performing arts and mixed arts disciplines. In 2019 this theatre residency is co-presented by The Mill and SA based theatre company, BRINK Productions.

BRINK Productions

BRINK Productions


The aim of the residency is to establish a platform for theatre artists to develop new or existing work with mentorship from an established theatre director. Successful applicants will receive one week's access to The Breakout (at no charge) for one week, plus an honorarium of $500 (from The Mill) and mentorship from Brink Productions Director Chris Drummond. Dates preferable Weeks beginning April 29th or July 22nd 2019.

Call Out Details

Online Applications Open: 20th March 2019
Applications Close: 4th April, 2019
Notification: 16th April, 2019

Inquires contact The Mill Director Katrina Lazaroff via email to director@themilladelaide.com

Chris Drummond

Chris Drummond

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Artist Call Out // Spotlight: Breakout Residency 2019

The The Mill’s Spotlight Breakout Residency is an open project development platform available to artists working in the performing arts. The aim of the residency is to offer place and space as part of a vibrant arts community, for artists to develop and show new or existing work. Successful applicants will receive 2 - 3 week’s use of The Mill’s Breakout space, $2000 artist honorarium, profiling and support from The Mill. To apply for this unique opportunity, artists must complete and submit the following online application form.

Image: Theatre Republic Creative Development: Lines, Photo by Olivia Zanchetta

Image: Theatre Republic Creative Development: Lines, Photo by Olivia Zanchetta

Call Out Details

Online Applications Open: 20th March 2019
Applications Close: 4th April 2019
Notification: 16th April 2019

Inquires contact The Mill Director, Katrina Lazaroff via director@themilladelaide.com

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Artist Call Out // Free Range: Breakout Residency 2019

The The Mill’s Free Range Breakout Residency is an open project development platform available to artists working in the performing arts. The aim of the residency is to offer place and space as part of a vibrant arts community, for artists to develop new or existing work. Successful applicants will receive 2 week’s use of The Mill’s Breakout space, profiling and support from The Mill. To apply for this unique opportunity, artists must complete and submit the following online application form.

Image: Theatre Republic Creative Development: Lines, Photo by Olivia Zanchetta

Image: Theatre Republic Creative Development: Lines, Photo by Olivia Zanchetta

Call Out Details

Online Applications Open: 20th March 2019
Applications Close: 4th April 2019
Notification: 16th April 2019

Inquires contact The Mill Director, Katrina Lazaroff via director@themilladelaide.com

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The Mill Market at Christmas

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Join us for The Mill Market at Christmas this December!

Saturday December 15, 10am-4pm

 Local makers, Live Art, Coffee, Food, Music 


Come along and enjoy a myriad of stalls overflowing with beautiful and unique pieces handcrafted by SA creatives. Showcasing local craftspeople, designers and makers, this market has something for everyone. 

The building wide event also includes live music, a live mural painting by Matthew Fortrose our December Artist in Residence, and much more! 

Don't miss this chance to see what The Mill is all about, and buy local this Christmas.

EVENT DETAILS


The Mill Market at Christmas


Saturday December 15, 10am-4pm


The Mill Adelaide


154 Angas Street, Adelaide SA 5000

STALL HOLDERS


Tanis Blines AKA Needs More Dragons, silver Jewellery

Robyn Wood Designs, furniture and objects

Kate Cuthbert AKA Satin ‘n’ Tat, collage art cards and prints

Sam Gold, ceramics

Matea Gluscevic, footwear and accessories

Erica Sandgren, polymer jewellery

Caitlin Goldfinch, origami and photo jewellery

Annabel Hume, Ceramics
Malinda Jenner & Oliver Gerhard, prints
Mary Quigley & Lucy Thomas, Zines

 

PLUS Coffee by the Hutt Street Coffee Cart, Food from Cliche cakes and Izzy Wood, Wine from Hither & Yon

STUDIO TOURS
ever wanted a backstage pass for The Mills artists studios? Join us for a tour of our building! 
1pm and 2pm 

AND MORE….


The Mill is an accessible space. Disability access is available via Angas Street, and a disability toilet is also available. If you have any questions or additional acessibility requirements, please contact us at Info@themilladelaide.com

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Who Run The World? - Umbrella Festival at The Breakout // May 2018

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A potent showcase of female South Australian musicians, curated over two nights in July

Who Run The World is the idea of local female musicians Erin Fowler and Emily Bettison, who both reside at The Mill (Erin as Director and Emily as singer, songwriter and producer at her recently built sound studio.)

Bettison and Fowler have each curated an evening of music featuring a bevvy of local female artists.

Thursday July 12: PASSION POP: Shining a light on female pop artists, curated by Emily Bettison Artists: NAKATOMI // FERRNS // KADO

Three of Adelaide’s finest female-fronted pop outfits. Indietronic, alternative future-pop duo NAKATOMI combine the fully-charged vocals of Em Smart along with musical partner Hamish Cox. Bettison’s eclectic, alternative pop act FERRNS will also grace the stage, exploring electronic pop with soul and R’n’B stylings to create vibrant, infectious tunes to promote joy, empowerment and movement. Kaitlin Feagan of KADO (formally Alice Girl), who blends glitter with alcoholism to bring you nostalgic tunes in the style of alternative alco-pop.

Bringing pop to the fore, audiences can be sure to have their feet moving and dance the night away.

Thursday July 19: STORY AND SONG: An evening of storytelling and song, curated by Erin Fowler Artists: NAOMI KEYTE // SITARA // HANNAH YATES

A stunning line-up of artists with  unique and intimate ways of telling a story – be it through song, poetry, film or dance. Award-winning singer songwriter from the Adelaide Hills, Naomi Keyte will work with multi-award winning photographer (and The Mill Associate Artist) Che Chorley, who’s passion and affinity for the ocean sees him create mesmerizing photography and film. Chorley's recent exhibition THE SEAN AND SHE was a stunning celebration of the female form. Fowler's band SITARA  - with sister Tess - will perform their 2017 visual album, Alchemy, against their projected 40 minute film,  incorporating Tess’s experience in theatre and screen, and Erin’s work as a choreographer and dancer. To complete the line up, is local songstress Hannah Yates who floats storytelling lyrics on nylon string lullaby rhythms to soothe you through deep nostalgia and into an eerie and uncomfortable place. Hannah interweaves storytelling, folk and haunting soul with a hint of cheeky with the purpose of preserving the Kaurna language and culture of the Adelaide Plains.

Doors and food from 5:30pm
Music from 6:30pm
Food trucks (vegan options available): Soza’s Sri Lankan Street Food (July 12th) // The Taste of Spain (July 19th) Drinks and mulled cider by SPARKKE // Hither & Yon

 

In conjunction with the two performance evenings, The Mill will also host 2 open dance classes for women, accompanied by recorded music from female South Australian artists. These will run be facilitated by Fowler – a trained Qoya teacher. Qoya is a movement practice specifically for women blending yoga, dance, feminine movement, ceremony and sisterhood. It is open to women of all ages, experiences and ability and music is a key part of a Qoya class.

Who Run the World has been supported by the Umbrella Winter City Sounds Festival, through Music SA as well as beverage company, SPARKKE.

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Artist Call Out - Free Range Residency

The The Mill’s Free Range Residency is an open project development platform available to artists working in the performing arts. The aim of the residency is to offer place and space as part of a vibrant arts community, for artists to develop new or existing work. Successful applicants will receive 2 - 4 week’s use of The Mill’s Breakout space (as per the artist’s requirements). To apply for this unique opportunity, artists must complete and submit the following online application form.

Call Out Details

Online Applications Open: 1st May 2018
Applications Close: 15th May, 2018
Notification: 22nd May

Inquires contact Katrina Lazaroff The Mill Programming Manager via email

Fill out below online form to apply

Your Name *
Your Name
Mailing Address *
Mailing Address
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Phone Number *
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D.O.B *
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Artist Call Out - Spotlight Residency

[image credit: Chris Hertzfeld]

[image credit: Chris Hertzfeld]

The Mill’s Spotlight Residency is an open project development platform available to artists working in the performing arts. The aim of the residency is to  offer place and space as part of a vibrant arts community, for artists to develop new or existing work. Successful applicants will receive 2 - 4 week’s use of The Mill’s Breakout space (as per the artist’s requirements), plus an honorarium of $2000 provided by The Mill. This residency must result in a 'work in progress' performance outcome. To apply for this unique opportunity, artists must complete and submit the following online application form.

Call Out Details

Online Applications Open: 1st May 2018
Applications Close: 15th May, 2018
Notification: 22nd May

Inquires: The Mill Programming Manager Katrina Lazaroff via email

Complete the following form to apply:

Name *
Name
Mailing Address *
Mailing Address
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Phone Number *
Phone Number
D.O.B *
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Artist Call Out - Back Porch Theatre Residency

The Back Porch Theatre Residency is an open project development platform available to artists working in the performing arts and mixed arts disciplines. It is co-presented by The Mill and SA based theatre company, Back Porch Theatre.

Back Porch Theatre

Back Porch Theatre


The aim of the residency is to establish a platform for CALD (Culturally and Linguistically Diverse) artists to develop new work. Successful applicants will receive one week's access to The Breakout (at no charge) for one week, plus an honorarium of $500 (from The Mill) and mentorship by Back Porch Theatre.  The focus of this residency is to establish a platform for culturally and linguistically diverse artists.

Call Out Details

Online Applications Open: 1st May 2018
Applications Close: 15th May, 2018
Notification: 22nd May

Inquires contact Katrina Lazaroff The Mill Programming Manager via email

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Fill out below online form to apply

Name *
Name
Address *
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Phone *
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D.O.B *
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Artist Callout - Umbrella Festival at The Breakout // May 2018

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The Mill is curating a program of live music for this year’s Umbrella Winter City Sounds festival (July 13 - 29). We're looking for songwriters, storytellers, balladeers and bards or bands with a cross-disciplinary tilt. 

Our new performing arts venue, The Breakout, is an intimate CBD performance space and the perfect setting for SA’s finest songbirds to warble this winter. The Breakout is more a theatre than a bar, providing audiences with an intimate and up-close environment to really ~listen~ to music.

Umbrella Festival registrations close May 11. Please send us your EOI by May 7th (next Monday) so we can confirm your booking

Applications should include:

  • Your gig idea. We’re looking for storytellers, multi-disciplinary artists, and those doing something a little bit different with their performances (as well as great musicians).
  • A demo of you music, or a link to where we can listen online.
  • Your proposed dates and times.
  • The names of all artists / groups appearing at your event.

Details:

  • The hire fee is $400 per event (up-to 3 artists / sets), Tuesday-Sunday. Get together with some friends and share the cost!
  • The hire fee includes a sound technician, 16ch PA (please provide your own microphones, guitar amps, etc), lighting, staging, bar & front of house staff (for a maximum call of 3hrs).
  • Earliest showtime is 5:30pm, and bump out is to be completed by 11:00pm.
  • Artists are free to set their own ticket prices and take full box office profits.
  • The Breakout has a capacity of 50 - 80 pax.
  • The Mill will be selling warm, mulled cider and tasty treats at all Umbrella shows.
  • The Mill will list all gigs on themilladeliade.com, our social media accounts and circulate an EDM about the line up.

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Back Porch Showing in The Breakout // April 2018

A Charcuterie of Smoked Meats and Abnormalities

4 dates · 19 April – 22 April

We're doing some semblance of a performance.

FAQ Answers:

Bring cash for tickets and booze.

Tickets are $10. Set your expectations accordingly.

No you can't book tickets in advance, don't email us, we don't care. Just show up or don't.

There's no audience participation, you'd just slow us down.

It's a short show. We haven't timed it. It's short.

Don't think about it too much. We haven't.

Don't bring your kids. I mean, do what you want but that's on you.

If you're worried about getting a seat, don't be. We'll fit you in. Nice and snug.