Things happening

Some exciting news on the poetry front: 

My poem 'anthropocene poetics part 1' was published in Australian Poetry's 2020 Anthology Volume 8, alongside some really incredible poets. So stoked! 

You can grab a copy here 

My poem 'anthropocene poetics part 2' won the 2020 Venie Holmgren Environmental Poetry Prize. It was published on Holmgren Designs and in Rabbit Journal of Nonfiction poetry - you can read it here 

Currently working with beautiful friends Josten Myburgh, Mararo Wangai, Djuna Lee, Joshua Pether and Jameson Feakes on a spooky radio/stage play What Is Given Is Not A Fully Formed Song. Have a look at the process so far here

Current Artist in Residence at the Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts (July-September 2019) 

http://pica.org.au/show/noemie-huttner-koros-residency/

Developing a dinner party cross solo one-woman show called The Trouble Makers: 

You’re invited to the dinner party for the end of time; a dinner party for the rabble-rousers and closeted revolutionaries, for the late-night-singing-into-your-hairbrush-folks and all of us planetary inter-species limbo trying to hold each other while the planet burns and politicians twiddle their thumbs. The Trouble Makers is a new participatory performance work investigating community and hope-building amidst the rubble of the climate crisis. Come have a drink with us. There’s plenty of seats around this table as we plot a bold new way of kicking the Anthropocene in the butt.  

http://pica.org.au/2019/08/qa-with-noemie-huttner-koros/

Recent past projects:

Winter Nights 2019 at the Blue Room Theatre:

-Co-writer of Untitled Wars with Mararo Wangai

Play Reading on Thursday 1 August, 6pm 

https://blueroom.org.au/events/playing-up/

-Creator and performer of The Lion Never Sleeps 

Performances on 24/25/26 July 7:30pm 

https://blueroom.org.au/events/the-lion-never-sleeps/

Producer of  Unrule: presented by Hey!Precious and the Blue Room Theatre 

28 May-15 June 

https://blueroom.org.au/events/unrule/

Assistant Director of Love Me Tender 

Written by Tom Holloway

Directed by Katt Osborne

Performed by WAAPA 2nd year actors 

https://www.waapa.ecu.edu.au/performances-and-events/performances/2019/love-me-tender

14-20 June 

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 © by Noemie Huttner-Koros 

I acknowledge that I live, work and play on the unceded sovereign lands of the Whadjuk people of the Noongar nation. I acknowledge all First Nations Peoples across this country and pay my respects to their elders past, present and emerging. Always was, always will be Aboriginal land.

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