In recent years much of our work has focused on interactive and immersive participatory experiences that push the boundaries between the audience as observer and contributor.
The sample of images presented here represent a small cross section of pieces developed for a range of festivals and events.
Our driving passion is to tap into the vast energy, talent and hunger for artistic and self-expression that exists inside every community. We are about providing a solid, accessible vehicle for the deepening and strengthening of ideas, collaborative artistic practices and social relationships.
The Locker Room for Knox City Council was a Prevention of Violence against Woman project. A 40-foot shipping container became the staging ground onto which the imprint of violence against women, loss, resilience and courage was overlaid. The project team comprising a sound designer, video designer, writer, lighting designer, animator, graphic designer, theatre director and numerous technicians all worked closely with seven local survivors who courageously shared their stories. The Locker Room continues to tour throughout Victoria and is widely recognised for its innovation, creative scope, its ambition and depth of content.
small revolutions, was a Fringe Festival collaboration that identified the need to provide inner city cultural groups with an arts project or platform that linked its youngest and its oldest members in ways that demonstrated interconnection, commonality and bonds shared. We led the consultative, artistic and community cultural development process where communities of young and old, a kinetic sculptor, artists, film-makers and mechanical engineers conjured a surprising take on what connects us all using a symphony of composition, sound design, video documentary and sculpture.
A teaser with more to come…
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TROPFEST Finalist - Winner of two craft awards
Fashion, Portrait, Wedding, Landscape, Events, Food, Architectural, Action, Theatre and Live Performance, Travel, Street and Art.
Our job is to make sure we capture the people, places and moments that matter most to you.
Hundreds and thousands of people have seen, engaged with, witnessed and participated in a small revolution’s event. We have directed for Melbourne City Council’s Moomba Parade; Robyn Archer’s, Light in Winter at Federation Square; produced, written and directed for Melbourne Fringe and Melbourne International Arts Festival; programmed the largest Carols event outside the Myer Music Bowl and curated for the longest running sustainability festival in the Southern Hemisphere.
The scale of innovation, quality and diversity of entertainment is what we are renowned for.
We conceive, develop and produce multi-disciplinary work for live performance (theatre, installation, music and dance), photographic exhibitions and street parades.
Our passion lies in connecting ideas, people, places, art and community in ways that inspire, enrich and uplift.
The small revolutions team are pioneers and acclaimed practitioners in theatre and the interdisciplinary arts.
Whether directing Melbourne’s MOOMBA Parade, designing immersive experiences for children on the autism spectrum, working up a flat pack health hub for Local and State Government or simply making your special day unforgettable, we know just how do it. We’ve been creating ideas, crafting spaces and connecting people through the power of play for the longest time.
We are winners of Green Room Awards, Fringe Festival and Tropfest Awards and LG PRO finalists.
Our clients, collaborators and partners - past, present and future.
With backgrounds in theatre, film and television, Jeremy is extraordinarily well versed in creating compelling content across the live and digital spectrums. He has a remarkable creative instinct. This, combined with his authentic approach and long list of professional experience is why he creates such a unique connection with his audiences. Clive Burcham, CEO, The Conscience Organisation.
I love this team! They pour their heart, soul, humour and beauty into everything they do. They’re also a pleasure to work with. Julian Clavijo, Winner Best Global Artist Award
It’s been years since I’ve seen a more creative, integrated and energised Moomba Parade. Tamara Speldewinde, Event Manager, Melbourne City Council.
Pod Trading (Michael and Jeremy Angerson) was a concept born out of a need to provide humanitarian aid to communities affected by natural disasters. The ambition was to create an agile system that had the ability to respond and contribute to the reconstruction of villages, townships and cities with maximum efficiency, safety and dignity.
Work produced and directed by small revolutions’ founders has been featured on George Negus Tonight, The Age, Sunday Age, Melbourne Inside out, The Australian, Herald Sun, The Advertiser, Frankie, local papers, for radio (774 - John Faine, 3AW, 3RRR, Joy FM) and on major television networks (Channel 7, 9, 10) and the ABC.
Whether we are curating and programming for festival stages or writing, devising and directing original work for theatre, the highlight of our practice involves dynamic collaborations (across multiple disciplines), bridging age and cultural gaps and drawing into unity artists, program partners and communities who share a common passion for cultural and creative exchange.