IDC is back for its third year in the ReadyMade Studio. Classes begin this week with the amazing Ivey Wawn; “Class will start with a party, before moving into modes of investigative work with the joints, flesh, muscles and bones, then finding functional patterns toward standing, where we may engage in some toe pointing, galloping, swinging and swaying, before ending in some state of ecstatic party once more.
Led by Tess de Quincey 17–19 FEBRUARY 2016 ReadyMade Works Studio, Ultimo This is a new workshop devoted to the practice of ‘Wind’ that is a significant underlying thread in BodyWeather practice, embodying its essential principles. Previously taught only in her long-term residential intensives, Tess is wanting to impart her knowledge of the complexities of this work and has therefore decided to lead this
Calling all dance and movement makers! ReadyMade Works is very excited to be able to support seven residencies throughout 2017 – offering 10 weeks of free space and a $1,000 honorarium per week to help cover costs whilst in the space. Residencies will be one or two weeks in duration. The residency aims to give dance and movement makers time and space to explore and develop new work. The residency is open to pro
Applications for DirtyFeet’s 2017 Choreographic Lab Program are now open! This is an amazing program for emerging choreographers and RMW is very proud to support this program in 2017. 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
ReadyMade Works would like to take this opportunity to thank each and every one of you for your support in 2016 and to welcome in a brand spanking new year that will be filled with imagination, dancing and possibility. First up we would like to share some staff changes; Thank-you Linda Luke Our Associate Director Linda Luke has stepped down in this position to focus more on her artistic and teaching practice in 2017.
ReadyMade is excited to announce its three Moving Ideas Residents for 2017 who will be in the studio throughout October. They are Kathryn Puie, Sara Black and Melvin J. Montalbann and Thomas Bradley. Supported by the City of Sydney the program offers three individuals or groups of dance artists a chance to have 50 hours of free space at the ReadyMade Studio and $2000 to assist with costs whilst in the space. We woul
ReadyMade Works is excited to announce its Moving Ideas Residency Program for 2016. Supported by the City of Sydney the Residency Program will offer up to 50 hours of free space and $2000 to develop a new idea in dance or movement. Open to emerging and established artists it is a no frills residency to get in the studio and make – do – talk and celebrate any moving ideas that you have cooking. The residen
The CPL at UNSW is hosting dancer and choreographer Adam Linder to deliver a lecture and workshop focusing on his ‘Choreographic Services’. This series hires the artist to clients by the hour to perform specific tasks, Adam will be performing these works for the 20th Biennale of Sydney at the MCA. Adam Linder’s practice spans dance works made for theatre and ‘Choreographic Services’, which can be hired by
ReadyMade Works is very excited to present Happy Hour This neat program has been created to support the independent dance ecology in Sydney by providing a platform for new work whether they be slices of a larger work or completed pieces. 2016 will feature three HAPPY HOUR events throughout the year. Our first Happy Hour is curated by dancer, choreographer and film maker Diane Busuttil on the theme “WHERE THEY FROM” W
ReadyMade Works is excited to present a two half-day workshop with Croatian Choreographer BRUNO ISAKOVIC. The workshop will be held on the 8–9 March 2016 from 2pm–5:30pm each day. It is an exciting chance to work with this fantastic choreographer while he is visiting Australia.The workshop is open to emerging and established dancers, choreographers, actors and theatre makers. RMW is also subsidising the workshop so