The Program

Bakehouse 2008 Program

Mu – Meson Archives presents:
CULT SINEMA with Jay Katz & Miss Death

Bakehouse’s launch night will take place at The Annandale Hotel where the main bar will be transformed into a cinema as Jay Katz & Miss Death present of night of rare film & oddities!

To kick the night off Mu-Meson Archives will screen some educational shorts that were foisted onto the public to educate them on the developmentally & physically disabled, hence giving the public misinformation & praying on their fears to further isolate them from the mainstream.

Following the shorts will be Chained For Life (1951). Unique as the first & only feature film starring Violet & Daisy Hilton, British-born Siamese twins who were joined at the lower back. The Hilton Sisters had been before the camera once before, in a small role in Tod Browning’s 1932 Freaks. Catch a glimpse into the lives and loves of this extraordinary pair!

WHERE The Annandale Hotel, Cnr Parramatta Rd and Nelson St, Annandale NSW

WHEN Monday 13 October 2008

TIME 7:30pm – 10:00pm

COST By donation. No need to book, just turn up!

FOOD Wok ‘n Roll Thai Restaurant (within The Annandale Hotel) has $7.50 meals available from 5-7pm. Bar Snacks available till 9pm.

ACCESS Wheelchair access from Parramatta Rd. Accessible toilets.

MORE INFO For further screenings & events check out:


CarriageWorks is a bold new arts centre dedicated to the development and presentation of contemporary arts. Over four days three of the residing companies; erth, Performance Space & STALKER along with sliced bread attraction will run a series of workshops targeted towards people with a disability.

COST All workshops are $10 per participant

BOOKING Bookings are essential as places are limited.  To enrol contact Alison on 0410 152 341 or [email protected]

VENUE All workshops take place at CarriageWorks, 245 Wilson st (cnr of Codrington st), Eveleigh NSW.

ACCESS CarriageWorks is a fully accessible venue. Closest station is Redfern (8 minute walk).

AUSLAN An Auslan interpreter can be provided for all workshops upon request.

sliced bread attraction presents:

Discover the world of film making in this hands-on & practical workshop. Through practical demonstrations you will learn basic camera operation, shot types & shooting techniques to get yourself on the way to being a budding film maker!

WHEN Monday 13 October 2008

TIME 9:30pm – 2:30pm

TUTORS Craig Anderson & Genevieve Clay

Craig is an actor, director, producer & writer. He co-wrote & directed the AFI winning comedy series Double The Fist & has just finished making the second series. Craig recently produced the international award-winning shorts The Picnic and The Sister. He was also Associate Producer on the next big ABC Comedy series- Review with Myles Barlow. Genevieve is an actor and director and is currently completing a degree in Media Arts and Production at UTS. She is currently working on a documentary for Down Syndrome NSW to be shown at Sydney Opera House in 2009.

STALKER presents:

Want to be taller? Learn from one Australia’s premier stilt walkers, David Clarkson how to stilt walk, skills in release based dance & improvisation in this safe, supportive & fun workshop.

WHEN Tuesday 14 October 2008

TIME 9:30am – 11:30am

TUTOR David Clarkson

David Clarkson co founded Stalker in 1988 and during that time has led Stalker to become one of Australia’s top internationally touring outdoor theatre companies. David has over 25 years experience as a physical performer and devisor whose work has ranged from Olympic Opening Ceremonies to large scale community outreach projects. He was recently awarded the Rex Cramphorn Scholarship for an outstanding life long commitment to innovative theatre.


Ever wanted to be a B-Boy or B-Girl? Come learn in a supportive and inclusive workshop some of the foundations skills and moves that make this street-based dance so popular.

WHEN Tuesday 14 October 2008

TIME 12:30pm – 2:30pm

TUTOR Nick Power

Nick Power has been representing Australian Hip Hop for the past 15 years as B*Boy (Breakdancer and Activist). He currently works with several companies across Australia as a dancer, choreographer, teacher & producer. He most recently was the Artistic Director of Platform 1 Hip Hop Festival, a large-scale, 2 day festival featuring over 70 artists held at CarriageWorks.

MORE INFO For more information on STALKER check out:

Performance Space presents:
CONTACT IMPROVISATION: Connecting & Dancing -Body awareness through touch & movement

Participants will learn Contact Improvisation skills (coming in & out of contact) and will engage in individual movement meditation, body work, group movement games and free dancing.

WHEN Wednesday 15 October & Thursday 16 October 2008

TIME 9:30am – 11:30am each day

** Note: This is an inclusive workshop allowing everyone to participate, regardless of level of movement ability or physical capacity. No previous experience is needed. Carers will be required to participate in the workshop.

TUTORS John Addis & Mircalla Havier

John Addis is founder and Director of Danceplay Australia, a non profit organisation of dance, theatre and improvisation and is a passionate dancer in the community. Mircalla Havier is a dancer & a teacher with Danceplay Australia. & is currently completing a Masters of Dance/Movement Therapy and Counselling specialising in autism/Aspergers in children & depression in adults

MORE INFO For more information on Performance Space check out: and for more info on Danceplay email: [email protected]

erth presents:

Participants will be given a glimpse into the machinations of making visual & physical theatre. A tour through erth’s studio laden with masks, puppets and props will prelude a session that will allow the students to wear, explore and perform in an array of masks and costumes.

WHEN Wednesday 15 October & Thursday 16 October 2008

TIME 12:30pm – 2:30pm

TUTOR Scott Wright

Scott is the Artistic Director of erth. He has been a theatre maker all his life and has worked with the mask and puppetry art forms for most of this time. As an artist and teacher Scott’s experience is vast and encourages a positive and conducive environment for exploration, development and learning.

MORE INFO For more information on erth check out:

sliced bread attraction, CarriageWorks & City of Sydney present:

Book into a group & be taken on a guided tour through a world that will bring your senses alive! Experience vibrations inside the Museum of Contemporary Art’s Good Vibrations Caravan, create music with The Special Access Kit, form your own noise band with Toydeath, stretch your body with Yoga in the Community, manipulate erth’s large scale puppets & get personal with a car like you’ve never seen before!

WHERE CarriageWorks
245 Wilson st (cnr of Codrington st)

WHEN Friday October 17th, 2008

TIME Yoga 9:30-10:30am

1 hour tour times 10:45am, 11:45, 12:45, 1:45


BOOKINGS Bookings essential. Book yourself or a group into Yoga and/or an
1 hour sensory tour. Contact Alison on 0410 152 341 or
[email protected]

CarriageWorks is a fully accessible venue.
Closest station is Redfern (8 minute walk).

For further information on CarriageWorks including how to get there please visit:

sliced bread attraction & Jac Bowie PR & events presents:

Dames, drinking, drawing & debauchery!

Dr Sketchy’s takes a mere drawing class & turns it into a cabaret extravaganza complete with burlesque dancers & models of all shapes & sizes! All bodies are beautiful so grab your sketch pad & pencil and come try your hand at drawing a one on a night not to be missed!

WHERE The Gallery Bar
The Art House Hotel
275 Pitt st

WHEN Tuesday October 14th, 2008

TIME 6:30-9:30pm

COST $15 (includes free drink)

BOOKINGS Places are limited. Bookings essential.
Book online at
Or email [email protected]

FOOD Bar snacks available

BRING Sketch pad/ pencils/charcoals
Limited amount of sketch pads/pencils available for $6 on the night.

Wheelchair access via Pitt st
Accessible toilets.
Auslan Interpreted

Accessible Arts presents:

Initiated by Accessible Arts, AART.BOXX is an exhibition and cultural initiative that highlights the creative contribution of emerging artists with a disability. Now in its 3rd year, AART.BOXX will feature artist talks, workshops and forums as part of the 3-week exhibition.

WHERE Tin Sheds Gallery
G04 – Wilkinson Building, 148 City Rd
The University of Sydney

WHEN Opening night Friday October 17th
AART.BOXX runs from October 18th – November 8th, 2008.
Gallery hours: 11.00-5.00pm Tuesday to Saturday

TIME 6-8pm


To RSVP for opening night & public programs contact
Josie Cavallaro on 9251 6499 (ext 4) or [email protected]

Wheelchair access is available through the street level entrance into the Wilkinson Building.
For more information on Tin Sheds Gallery included how to get there visit:

For more information on Accessible Arts visit:

Pine Street Creative Arts Centre, sliced bread attraction & Carriageworks presents:

Pine Street Creative Arts Centre is pleased to announce the 2008 Group Outreach Exhibition.
The exhibition will display works produced over the past 12 months and covers both 2D and 3D mediums, representing painting and drawing, printmaking, ceramics, mosaics and jewellery. The art works are created by people with physical and intellectual disabilities, people who are homeless, people recovering from addiction and those leaving rehabilitation and correctional centres.

Participating groups: The Bridge, CARITAS, Connections, Glebe House, Glebe Art Group, Guthrie House, Northcott Ceramics, Northcott Painting, Open Access Ceramics, Open Access Charcoal Drawing, Roomies Art Group, Sunnyfield and The Studio Project.

WHERE CarriageWorks
245 Wilson st (cnr of Codrington st)

WHEN Official Opening
Tuesday Oct 14th 3.30 – 5.30pm
Tuesday October 14th- Saturday October 18th

TIME 10-4pm


For more information on Pine Street Creative Arts Centre please visit

Powerhouse Youth Theatre presents:
HARD DAZE: Stage 1 Creative Development

Powerhouse Youth Theatre are collaborating with young people with and without a disability across Western Sydney to create Hard Daze; a new contemporary theatre performance for 2009. Hard Daze will be created from real life stories of young people living & working in Australia today, who face the challenges of finding a fair day’s pay for a fair day’s work.
Stage 1 of Hard Daze is the creative development stage whereby an audience is invited to share with the company and performers their work in progress. A discussion with the company and cast will follow.

WHERE Powerhouse Youth Theatre
Fairfield school of Arts
19 Harris st Fairfield.

WHEN Thursday 16th October, 2008.

TIME 11am – 12:30pm (with Q & A session)


BOOKINGS [email protected] or 9724 6077

Wheelchair accessible
Accessible toilet

For further information on PYT visit

Accessible Arts Western Sydney presents:
POW WOW – Inclusive creative program know-how

An arts & disability forum in Western Sydney presented by Accessible Arts. Hear a morning of dynamic presentations and engage in a lively panel discussion with key members from the Western Sydney arts, disability & local council sectors. A fantastic cross-sector learning experience, the forum will be of interest to artists, arts workers, disability service providers, arts organisations, and local councils interested in accessible and inclusive arts programs and practices.

WHERE Raffterty’s Theatre
Parramatta Riverside Theatre
Corner Church & Market Streets, Parramatta

WHEN Wednesday 15th October

TIME 9:30am – 1:30pm


CONTACT To register contact Jennifer Teo, Strategic Initiatives Coordinator, tel: 02 9251 6499 (ext 111) or email [email protected].

ACCESS INFO Accessible venue & toilets. Accessible parking.

MORE INFO Please visit for information on how to get Parramatta Riverside. For further information on Accessible Arts Western Sydney visit: