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Erin Milne is an independent producer whose practice, Bureau of Works, specialises in the development of new work. Erin has extensive experience as a producer of live and interdisciplinary performance, and has recently been working on projects involving radio, new media, visual art, music, and literature. Erin also works with organisations on strategic planning, business development, policy and research projects. Erin is lead producer for artists one step at a time like this; Triage live art collective; Slown, Smallened & Son; and Jodee Mundy Collaborations. Cureent projects include: Sex & Death (Samara Hersch), The Ghost Project (Anna Tregloan), Animal (InFlux Theatre), Contest (Emilie Collyer), Imaginary Architecture (Lara Tumak), Punctum and Bunk Puppets. In 2015-16 she worked with City of Melbourne to establish Yirramboi, a new First Nations Arts Festival, as well as a range of participatory arts projects for the city. Past projects and artist collaborations include: Arts About Us (Artistic Merit / Vic Health), Aphids, Born in a Taxi, Inside There Falls (Mira Calix, UK), Lemony S Puppet Theatre, Nat Cursio, Real TV, Ridiculusmus (UK), The Bluebird Mechanicals (Too Close to the Sun), The People’s Weather Report (Arts House / ABC RN), The Substation, Deakin University, Performing Lines, Chamber Made Opera, Lucy Guerin Inc, Dance Massive and Festival of Live Art. Erin is currently a Board Member of Chamber Made Opera; and member of the current cohort of the Australia Council’s Arts Leaders Program.
In this episode: We chat about working as an independent producer, having your own producing business, admin and time management, the development and a strong understanding of the context of the work we are producing and we discuss the lack of producers in our industry and why that might be?
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