As the COVID-19 situation unfolds and we move through uncertain times, Critical Path will continue to adapt and respond to ensure the safety of our team, artists, and the wider community. We have been communicating with artists, partners and industry peers this week to work out ways we can deliver our program over coming weeks while remaining sensitive to the situation.
The team at Critical Path send their thoughts out to those who are directly affected by the pandemic. We understand that the current social distancing measures are having significant consequences on the arts community.
If you are experiencing distress you can contact Support Act. The Support Act Wellbeing Helpline is a free, confidential counselling service that is available to anyone working in the Australian Performing Arts, who needs to talk to someone about any aspect of their wellbeing. WELLBEING HELPLINE: 1800 959 500
We believe that during this time of uncertainty we have the opportunity to think creatively and act radically to continue connecting with others and connecting with our practice. Critical Path will continue to look for diverse ways to support artist’s research and development going forward.
March Dance has been seriously impacted by the public safety issues of COVID-19 and as a result, all public facing activities have been postponed or cancelled. Please see individual CP activities below for details.
The Double Bill featuring Mess by Allie Graham & Skip Willcox and Re/Collect by Mikayla Nangle & Alexandra Ford will no longer be presented at the Drill Hall on Sunday 22 March.
The Dancing Sydney – Artist-led Dance Archives gathering will no longer be taking place at Glebe Town Hall on Sunday 29 March.