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Antoinette Barbouttis

Artist, Writer

Antoinette is a Sydney based designer, fine artist and now actor.

She has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the National Art School, an incomplete Bachelor of Fine Arts from NIDA and a Master of Fine Art from NIDA. She has assisted designed shows for Barrie Kosky and Benedict Andrews at the Komische Oper as a part of her Berlin New Music Award, granted by the Opera Foundation for Young Australians.

Recent design work includes Puntila/Matti (Doppelgangster/MKA), Where the Streets Had a Name (Monkey Baa), Wonderfly (ATYP). She has been nominated for two Sydney Theatre Awards for her design work on All’s Well That Ends Well (Sport for Jove) and for her acting in Puntila/Matti at bAKEHOUSE Theatre in Kings Cross in 2017.

“Håmlet” – a newer australian play
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ArchivedBondi Pavilion, Bondi, Sydney 10 - 14 Sep 2019

“Håmlet” – a newer australian play

Håmlet makes a return, reworked to cater to the ever-changing zeitgeist.

Nostalgia: Take a Dip
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ArchivedBondi Pavilion, Bondi Beach, Sydney 16 - 18 Jul 2019

Nostalgia: Take a Dip

Antoinette Barbouttis sets out to "kill the soft comforts of the devil that is nostalgia" in Cool Pool Party. Weapon of choice? An 11-year-old girl.

Making offers, not demands
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Conversation 11 - 11 Dec 2019

Making offers, not demands

In the fifth in a series of interviews celebrating the female designer, Antoinette Barbouttis talks to Anna Tregloan.

Bondi Feast: “Håmlet” a new australian play
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ArchivedBondi Pavilion, Bondi Beach, Sydney 24 - 25 Jul 2018

Bondi Feast: “Håmlet” a new australian play

Antoinette Barbouttis hates Hamlet. What better reason to perform it?

Jennifer Irwin: “I was in the right place in the right time to learn”
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Conversation 11 - 11 Dec 2019

Jennifer Irwin: “I was in the right place in the right time to learn”

In #5 in a series of conversations with leading Australian female designers, Antoinette Barbouttis meets an industry legend.

“My life is my job”
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Conversation 11 - 11 Dec 2019

“My life is my job”

In our series of interviews celebrating Australia's leading female designers, Antoinette Barbouttis talks opportunity, craft and career with Melanie Liertz.

“I enjoy designing spaces that are transformative, interactive and full of surprises”
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Conversation 11 - 11 Dec 2019

“I enjoy designing spaces that are transformative, interactive and full of surprises”

In the third in a series of interviews celebrating Australia's leading female designers, Antoinette Barbouttis talks life and art with Isabella Andronos.

“Design is so much more than making things look pretty”
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Conversation 11 - 11 Dec 2019

“Design is so much more than making things look pretty”

In the second in a series of interviews celebrating Australia's leading female designers, Antoinette Barbouttis talks life and art with Anna Gardiner.

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