One of Dancehouse’s primary missions is to support the mobility of dance artists and the circulation of their works and ideas, across a diversity of spaces, disciplines and geographies. Our thoughtfully curated international networks, built on an inter-organisational long-term relationship model are cemented by shared values of exchange and reciprocity. In the past 5 years, Dancehouse has supported over 35 dance artists to present work, attend workshops or residencies, work with international companies or simply network.
S.J. Norman & James Batchelor – Museum of Human E.Motions – two separate works at B.Motion Dance Festival Bassano Del Grappa Italy
Atlanta Eke – The Tennis Piece – B.Motion Dance Festival
Lilian Steiner – Siren Dance – B.Motion Dance Festival
Martin Hansen – If It’s All in My Veins – at Hong Kong Arts Festival & Recontres Choreographiques International Festival
Lilian Steiner – Noise Quartet Meditation – at Recontres Choreographiques International Festival
3 Australian artists (Becky Hilton, Amaara Raheem and Alice Heyward) part of the initial cast of Xavier Le Roy’s piece commissioned by Kaldor Art Project supported to perform as part of the Paris cast for the upcoming season of the work at Centre Pompidou
3 Keir Award artists (Atlanta Eke, Sarah Aiken and James Batchelor) presented at Les Plateaux, the Paris Dance Biennale Platform
Matthew Day and Natalie Abbott presented at the Festival d’Avignon OFF
A Cite des Arts residency in partnership with the French Embasssy, micadanses and IRCAM for Hellen Sky
Matthew Day and Sandra Parker presented in the Faits d’Hiver Festival in Paris as part of a long term partnership with the organising venue, micadanses.
Matthew Day presented in Antigel festival, Geneva as part of a partnership with ADC/Geneva