Julianne Pierce is a highly regarded and respected Producer and has delivered many outstanding and successful creative projects. She works across performing, visual arts and interactive media and is happy to talk through your Producing needs.

Child of Now is a massively co-authored story about the next century and the most ambitious portrait of the people of Melbourne ever created. A project by artist Robert Walton with partners Arts Centre Melbourne and University of Melbourne premiering in 2022. Produced by Julianne Pierce. Visit the website.

Kathy Lette’s Big Night Out In 2019 Julianne presented renowned author Kathy Lette at Adelaide Fringe followed by a national tour in 2020. Tales of love, lust, men, marriage, pregnancy, childbirth, mastitis, sexist bosses, teenage-daughter-wrangling, ageing, toy boys, making the Queen laugh and hiding Julian Assange in her attic. Watch the video.

and the earth sighed Immersive video installation by Leon Cmielewski and Josephine Starrs, Produced by Julianne Pierce. Premiered at Arts House Melbourne in 2016 and presented at SA Museum in the 2019 Adelaide Festival. Watch the video.

The Women’s Parliament In October 2017 Julianne produced and presented the inaugural Women’s Parliament held in Adelaide. The aim of the Women’s Parliament is to bring together women from diverse backgrounds and sectors to discuss ideas, develop an alternative political vision and implement an agenda for change. Read more.

Thom Buchanan discussing his street art work commissioned for the Street Art Explosion project.

Street Art Explosion In 2016 Julianne produced the Street Art Explosion program in my role as Creative Producer Adelaide Fringe. For 2017 SALA (South Australian Living Artists) Festival in August 2017, I hosted street art walking tours throughout the Adelaide CBD. These were free walks on three different routes – East End, West End and South West Corner.

Thom Buchanan discussing his street art work commissioned for the Street Art Explosion project.

Biomachines Presented as part of the 2000 Adelaide Festival, Artistic Director Robyn Archer AO. Biomachines was as anarchic and playful post-industrial carnival of machines, performances, sound and interactive games. Part factory, part performance space, part club featuring an international and Australian line-up of artists, pseudoscientists and mechanic pranksters. Read more.