Choreographers: Applications for DirtyFeet’s 2018 Choreographic Lab Program are now open. Go to http://www.dirtyfeet.com.au/choreographic-lab for all the information or email firstname.lastname@example.org, due midnight Monday 5 March.
The Choreographic Lab provides a safe environment where early career professionals can come together to explore their creative practice. The Lab builds relationships between artists, facilitates the development of methodology and skills, and can be the first steps towards the creation of new work.
“Thank you for a wonderful year of exploration with DirtyFeet last year! Reflecting back it was such an awesome experience. It has given me that extra confidence to create myself and to meet such amazing and talented people with interesting ideas, was very inspiring.” Natalie Pelarek, DirtyFeeter
“I had an amazing week and I learnt so much about my own practice. I really appreciated the relaxed, open, respectful environment and felt comfortable attempting everything that was asked of us.” – Kirsty Fromholtz, DirtyFeeter
Previous Choreographic Lab recipients have included:
Ashley Barton, Sofie Burgoyne, Ian Colless, Matt Cornell, Sarah Fiddaman, Alysha Firbank, Emi Forster, Cloé Fournier, Kirsty Fromholtz, Leeke Griffin, Emma Harrison, Brianna Kell, Thomas E.S. Kelly, ‘Lucky’ Lartey, Chanel Leaudais, Laura Levitus, Rob McCredie, Jodie McNeilly, MakeShift Collective, Venettia Miller, Rhiannon Newton, Kathryn Puie, Carl Sciberras, Chimene Steele-Prior, Jeni Sutton, Tamarah Tossey, Tanya Voges, Ivey Wawn, Rosslyn Wythes and Miranda Wheen.
The Choreographic Lab is proudly supported by Shopfront Arts Co-Op and ReadyMade Works.