Past Productions, Performances & Events

2020   SIGNATURE & Fog Theatre Display at South Melbourne Market’s SO:ME Space, Oct-Nov 2020

2020   Fog Theatre at 10@10>, VALID’s performing arts peer action group event, promoting inclusion in the performing arts , August 2020

2020   The Scope Approach- a Fog Theatre commission for Scope Australia’s Leadership Forum, Arts Centre Melbourne, Feb 2020

2019   SIGNATURE Creative Development Showing, Temperance Hall, April 2019

2019   SIGNATURE Display and Screening at St Kilda Library, March-April 2019

2019   SIGNATURE Exhibition screening at The Project Space, Deakin University, Geelong as part of the Disability Services Commissioner’s The Together Project

2018   SIGNATURE- Duets with Audio Description, City of Port Phillip NDIS Expo, SKTH Auditorium, July 2018,

2017   Rock. Paper. Scissors. A showing of work at Betty Day Community Centre, December 2017

2016   Where’s The Cake? Fog Theatre celebrates 25 years of inclusive arts. As part of IDoPWD at St Kilda Town Hall Auditorium.

2015   John Pulli’s 27% exhibition, performance for International Day of People with Disability, Brightspace Gallery, St Kilda

2015   From Door to Applause, group-devised comedy performance for the inaugural Melbourne Jewish Comedy Festival, Bubup Nairm, Balaclava

2015   Shine a Light films, performance and talk presented at VALID’s Having a Say Conference, Deakin University, Waterfront Campus, Geelong.

2014   Children’s Week performance for Bubup Nairm Family and Children’s Centre

2014   Community Performance for Lynden Aged Care Facility, Camberwell

2013   Shine A Light, Live Art and Films presented at International Day of People with Disability, St Kilda Town Hall, Fog Theatre and MetroAccess Partnership, City of Port Phillip

          Films include-         

          Please Ring, devised and performed by Fog Theatre. Artistic Direction by David Wells. Film maker Cara Lipson Dvorjak

          I’m On My Way, performed by Danny Quinlivan. Directed by Katie Lockett. Film maker Cara Lipson Dvorjak

          A Man with Two Names, performed by Travis Chan. Directed by Katie Lockett and Myf Powell. Film maker Cara Lipson Dvorjak

          Fierce, performed by Michael Buxton and Melissa Slaviero. Directed by Myf Powell. Film maker Cara Lipson Dvorjak

2013   United in our Dreams, St Michael’s Aged Care Facility, Murrumbeena

2013   Open House, community arts project including showing of new performance and film works,The Latvian House, Elwood

2013   SEE ALSO- Youtube Project Films screening, St Kilda Film Festival, Astor Cinema

2013   Fog Theatre perform at Diversity Day, City of Port Phillip, St Kilda Town Hall

2012   Exhibition of works by Fog Theatre’s resident visual artist, The Latvian House, Elwood

2012   Fog Theatre perform at International Day of People with Disability, City of Port Phillip, St Kilda Town Hall

2012   FOG Forecast Community Inclusion Workshops in Frankston and South Melbourne

2012   3.15 to Brunswick (Youtube Project film), Other Film Festival, Arts Access Victoria, Arts House-North Melbourne Town Hall

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5h_mXlQ-tCg

2011   cumulus nimbus, as part of Melbourne Fringe Festival, Theatre Works

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Q-0G_CVi9w&feature=c4-overview&list=UUEjWI3h-gVBq8FADt420_Sw

2011   Dust, a sublime film vignette of two Fog Theatre performers from their production cumulus nimbus at Theatre Works, St Kilda

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cyiDnT87AEg

2011   FOG Theatre/Melton Mentoring Project and showing, City of Port Phillip and Melton Shire Council

2011   Youtube Project, Accessible Flashmob, Federation Square

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_OqKdh95gX8

2011   Youtube Project- short films made for Youtube broadcast

         The Blender Project: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=THx1gIC65ho

          3.15 to Brunswick: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5h_mXlQ-tCg

2010   A Showing of New Work, South Melbourne Commons

2010   Art for Every Body- Public Event, Arts Centre Forecourt

2010   The City of Port Phillip Diversity Day Celebrations, St. Kilda Town Hall

2009   The Forest of Gongs, Theatre Works

2009   The Forest of Gongs, work in progress, Gasworks as part of the 2009 Art of Difference Festival.

2008   Hang on a Minute (excerpt), The Galley, St Kida Town Hall, as part of the Launch of Paul Dunn, A Fifteen Year Retrospective of Access Arts

2008   HS Carer's Week Forum, Dandenong Municipal Centre

2007   Hang on a Minute (expert), International Day of People with a Disability, DHS Head Office

2007   Hang on a Minute, Theatre Works

2007   Photosensitive, Interactive Workshop as part of the Daylesford Foto Biennale

2007   Club Wild, North Melbourne Town Hall

2007   Hang on a Minute – work in progress, Springvale Indo-Chinese, Disability Awareness Day

2006   Carpet Boogie, Centre for Creative Ministries

2006   Launch of Carer’s Week, Knox Municipal Offices

2006   Moomba Waterfest Parade

2006   DHS Launch ‘Disability Accommodation Service’, Southern Golf Club

2006   Community Development Forum, Bay view Conference Centre

2005   Live performance pre screening, and premier of Just Us Film - Moishe’s Warm Up, Theatre Works

2005   Sophisticated Boom Boom, Creative Ministries Network

2005   Federation Parade, Giant Puppet Parade

2005   DHS Bi –Annual Community Inclusion Forum, Kingston Links Golf Course

2004   Showing, Art of Difference, Gasworks Arts Park

2004   Global Garden Party, St Kilda Botanical Gardens

2004   Carpet Boogie, Centre for Creative Ministries

2004   Live percussion performance, Global Garden Party, St Kilda

2003   Box Fish, Cromwell Road Theatre

2003   Box Fish - work in progress, Gasworks Theatre, as part of the’ Art of Difference’ Festival

2001   Saturday Drama Mayhem, St Kilda Baptist Church

2000   This is Your Lives, Centre for Creative Ministries

1999   Port Melbourne Festival

1999   Surfers and Mermaids, Centre For Creative Ministries