12. There's a mumu over there | Annie Brockenhuus-Schack (ft. her Mum)
Annie Brockenhuus-Schack is an emerging creative producer and curator of Filipina and European heritage working on unceded Gadigal land. Working across multiple art forms, her practice engages with themes surrounding identity development and postcolonial models of creativity and collaboration.
She is a participant of Playwrights of Parramatta with NToP, SWEATSHOP Literacy Movement, StoryCasters for Diversity Arts Australia, Women in Film and TV (WIFT)’s MentorHer Program and Sport For Jove’s Producer Mentorship. She has pitched and received third place for I.C.E.’s Project Greenlight. Recent roles have included working as a Curatorial Intern/Exhibitions Assistant for 22nd Biennale of Sydney titled NIRIN and the Kudos Gallery Grants Committee. She is currently co-producing a Filipinx Writers Room, an initiative funded by Create NSW and is completing her Masters in Curating and Cultural Leadership
We talk about:
1. Annie's experience in theatre, acting and producing creative works
2. Filipinx creation stories and the difficulties of interpreting from a modern context
3. Filipinx superstitions with her mum
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