Performing Arts

 

A platform for the development of the performing arts

 

Linnaeus Education Fund works with a range of regional, national and international performing artists and partners. Linnaeus supports the creation of new theatre through Northern Rivers Performing Arts (NORPA)  Generator Program supporting the creation of new works such as Dreamland (2016), Railway Wonderland (2015), performed on the tracks of the disused railway station in Lismore,  and Cockfight (2015).

Linnaeus partners with the Australian Chamber Orchestra, hosts residencies for musicians and an annual program of string Master Classes for Northern Rivers School Children.

Linnaeus has hosted numerous individual artists, such as Richard Tognetti, Kate Miller-Heidke and Katie Noonan.