Jacob’s mother’s Country is Daly River Country, west of Darwin. He grew up in Brisbane but has spent the last twenty years living in Sydney on Eora land. His work crosses over between theatre, film, television, fine art, and public art and he uses all these experiences to create iconic images that talk about Australian stories, people, and Country from First Nations perspective.
Jacob is currently the Head Designer at Bangarra Dance Theatre and has been working with the company since 2010. He has designed the sets for all of their productions since that time, some of these works include; BENNELONG, OUR: land people stories, PATYEGARANG, INFINITY/WARAMUKIN THE DARK NIGHT and OF EARTH AND SKY. He has co-directed along with Stephen Page all of Bangarra’s digital content for the Vivid Festival, which has been projected onto the pylon of the Harbour Bridge annually from 2014 -2018. Jacob has also production-designed Stephen Page’s feature film SPEAR and short film SAND and in 2017 Jacob was the Production Designer for ABC’s sci-fi drama series CLEVERMAN.
SITE AND SITUATION PRESENTATION | WITH JACOB NASH
An insight into the design, public art, and visual storytelling.
Cost | FREE Event – Bookings Essential – Tickets are Limited
When | Tuesday 22nd June 2021
Time | 6.30pm – 8.30pm
SITE & SITUATION FULL DAY WORKSHOP | WITH JACOB NASH & RUSSELL CAREY
Join Jacob and Russell for an immersive full-day workshop exploring various applications of storytelling through art.
Cost | FREE Event – Places Limited – Apply via EOI (see below)
When | Wednesday 23 June, 2021
Time | 10am to 4pm
Where | Studio Space, Burleigh (address will be sent to participants)
How to apply | If you are a Gold Coast resident and would like to attend the workshop complete the EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST FORM. Successful applicants will be notified via email. There are limited spaces.
Submit your EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST FORM BY 30 APRIL 2021 at midnight.
Questions can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org