Mish Grigor is an artist.

Mish Grigor is a Sydney-based artist. She is one third of the performance group post whose work has been seen across Australia. In 2009 post premiered Shamelessly Glitzy Work at Performance Space, Sydney, before touring to Brisbane Powerhouse and Melbourne’s Arts House. The piece was developed through residencies at Bundanon Trust, Culture LAB, and Performance Space. Their work Gifted and Talented won Best Performance at the 2007 Melbourne Fringe Awards, as well as the Adelaide Fringe Touring Award. In 2008 they were Kickstart recipients in the Next Wave Festival and presented Swimming Home in Heels. They are currently in development for their next show ‘Who’s The Best?’, through a Rough Draft residency at Sydney Theatre Company. In 2008/9 Mish was awarded a Spark mentorship to observe the work of director Bruce Gladwin. In 2009 Mish participated in the Splendid Arts Lab, leading to a commission for the 2010 Splendor in the Grass Festival, collaborating with visual artist Lauren Brincat. Mish is co-director of The Imperial Panda Festival, a festival of new works of theatre by young artists presented in non-traditional venues across the inner city of Sydney, which was nominated for Timeout Sydney’s Music Art and Culture’s SMAC of the Year Award. Mish is also co-director of Quarterbred, a resident ARI of PACT Theatre focused on finding funding, residency and performance contexts for emerging artists working in hybrid or experimental forms. The Quarterbred directors also co-curate the Tiny Stadiums Festival, and were recently named on the list of Sydney’s Top 100 Creative Catalysts by Creative Sydney.