Creation Creation

Creation Creation is a unique and one-off opportunity to recreate the world during the July school holidays.  This artist residency at the Chaffey Theatre, Renmark will include public film screenings, drawing, animation and sculpture workshops for young people of the Riverland.


It’s the Riverland’s turn to play God and help create a brand new world.

Visual artist Fleur Elise Noble and designer Jonathon Oxlade will work with director Rosemary Myers (Windmill Theatre) on a new artwork about how the world began.

It will be a creation about creation.

There will also be an art competition where you can draw, knit, cake-decorate or write – in fact any creative expression you feel best encapsulates how you think the world was created, or what a perfect Renmark might look like.

You can even audition for the role of God in a performance about the beginning of time.

For more information about the artists, their process and the workshops for the public stay tuned to “The Dirt”.


03. 02. 2016

Creation Creation – Watch the video

Lead by Rose Myers (Windmill Theatre) and involving two designers / artists, Fleur Elise Noble and Jonathan Oxlade and Technologist, Pierre Proske, Creation Creation is a project that will explore big ideas about life and the universe. The project began with a series of workshops in Renmark where young people could interact with the artists. […]


Matthew Bennett

Matthew Bennett


In Development 2015


Artists in Residence with Community Participation


Windmill Theatre and Sandpit


Chaffey Theatre, Renmark

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