Arie Rain Glorie
Arie is a curator, producer and artist, with an honours degree in Fine Art, from RMIT in 2015.
As a curator, he experiments with exhibition-making, events and audience engagement. He has a passion for helping artists develop new and experimental work and learn new professional skills which contribute to a long term career in the arts. Since 2016 he has been the program director and curator of temporary infrastructure project Testing Grounds. He has produced his own festivals, produced public programs, creative development programs and exhibitions.
As an artist, he makes video, live-art and installations, predominately in festival contexts. He also has an illustration practice centred around mental health and humour.
Mark Pritchard is the dramaturg and
Arie Rain Glorie is the curator and we live and work
We established the Centre together to explore the wider applications of dramaturgy and curation, and what we can learn from each other.
Mark is a dramaturg trained at Victorian College of the Arts and University of Wollongong. He is a New Work Manager & Resident Dramaturg at Malthouse Theatre (2014- current), managing the company's new work development, artist development programs, and providing dramaturgical support across the company's activities.
Recent projects included K-BOX by Ra Chapman, The Return by John Harvey, Hello, World! By Natasha Somasundaram, Atomic by Amelia Chandos Evans, Going Down By Michele Leet, Heart is a Wasteland by John Harvey, and Little Emperors by Lachlan Philpott.
He was a founding member of New Working Group, and co-director of interactive theatre outfit NO SHOW. Mark is chair of the Green Room Association Awards' Independent Theatre Panel, a participant in the Australia Council's Future Leaders Program.
Curatorial support on Wet Nurse by 110% Collective.