Arda Barut began his writing career early with his first poem and talent recognised at only thirteen years of age. He has been involved in writing/directing for Theater early on in his artistic career. He co-directed and wrote a short work for UTP's Short'n'Sharp 3 in 2004 and worked as the director of photography and co-writer of the documentary Consumed in 2006. In 2009 Arda performed a live reading of his poems Bucket and the Sand Man at the Sydney Writers' Festival event Westside at the Wharf for the launch of the Westside New Series Volume 1: Fill Your Bucket publication. Arda has worked closely with Westside Publications to develop his strong literary background as a writer in Western Sydney. His writing reflects his determination to afford an authentic and literary voice to one of Australia's most misrepresented regions. Arda continues his work in poetry, photography and script writing and is eager to develop further outlets to express his artistic pursuits.
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Part of Out of place. Out of Place is a beautifully crafted collection of seven-minute monologues presenting young characters that laugh, tease and tell stories to make your toes curl. Out of Place is the latest instalment in the Voices Project, atyps overwhelmingly successful program designed to nurture and showcase the talents of Australias best young playwrights. each piece takes a captivating look at what happens when people are placed just outside their comfort zone.
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