Born in Melbourne in 2008, EL TARRO, the smallest performing space in the world, has grown to be an internationally recognised creative moving space where people come together to share and be part of new artistic ideas. At EL TARRO, people encounter an organic experience where many art forms appear and any human action can become an artform. It challenges the traditional divide between audiences and performers and between people, communities and artists. Audiences encounter a durational experience made out of performances, live music and acts that expand the parameters of what art is.
Officially selected as a Leading Project across the Southern Hemisphere by The South Project Inc (2010) and with performances in Melbourne, San Francisco, Berlin, Venice, Bogotá, Sydney and Buenos Aires EL TARRO has engaged more than 500 artists and audiences of over 6,000. In 2013 EL TARRO was successfully crowdfunded through a Pozible Campaign with 140 supporters.
Everyone is invited to try out experiments in the smallest performing space in the world. Write to firstname.lastname@example.org
Claudia Escobar & Jorge Leiva
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