YOUTH DANCE FORUM
How can we recognise and grow Youth Dance Practice in Australia?
This is a breakout seminar during PANPAPANPALYA WORLD DANCE CONGRESS.
A critical forum for the national sector to examine international models and discuss ongoing sustainability issues.
Wednesday 11 July, 10:30am-12:30pm
Carclew Ballroom, 11 Jeffcott St, Kaurna Country, North Adelaide
10:30am – Welcome
Tricia Walton, Chief Executive, Carclew (SA)
10:35am - Opening Address: National perspective of youth dance in Australia.
Ruth Osborne, Artistic Director, QL2 Dance Inc (ACT)
11am - Panel: How can we recognise and grow youth dance practice in Australia?
Panellists: Ruth Osborne | Alison Plevey, Lingua Franca/QL2 Dance (NSW/ACT) | Alice Lee Holland, Choreographer/Director (VIC) | Cadi McCarthy, Catapult Dance Choreographic Hub (NSW) | Kerrin Rowlands, Teacher/Dance practitioner (SA) | Caitlin Comerford, Stompin Youth Dance (TAS)
11:40am – Break
Facilitators: Ruth Osborne | Hannah Allert, Manager, Arts Programs, Carclew
12:30pm - Close
Join the conversation
Nelson Hedditch | funded $12,000
To undertake a six-month intensive residency and internship with record label Red Apples 45 in New York City, as well as a mentorship with Adam Bradley (New York Times bestselling author)
Daniel Thorpe | funded $11,750
For the development of a new staged work, XXX Neon Sign, and mentorship with Amy Beth Kirsten, Composer, Mary Prescott, Performer and the new festival Seed.
Chloe Higgins | funded $10,928
To undertake the first year of a Master of Arts in Classical Music Performance at the Zurich Hochshule der Kunste in Switzerland.
Murtaza Hussaini | funded $11,850
To undertake a mentorship in traditional miniature painting with artist Shah Abdullah Alamee in Pakistan.
Peter Beaglehole | funded $11,991
To write three monologues for the first draft of a new full-length play and mentorship with Mary Anne Butler.
Phoebe Paterson de Heer | funded $11,985
To undertake a mentorship in nonfiction writing and editing with Amy Middleton of Archer magazine, a ten-week online writing course with US-based Creative Nonfiction, attendance at the Emerging Writers’ Festival in Melbourne and a living allowance to enable dedicated time for writing and editing.
Mia van den Bos | funded $10,936
To attend the Goldsmiths ‘Curating the Contemporary’ 2018 Summer School in Rome, a 10-day Curatorial Internship at Frutta Gallery and development of a new curatorial project.
Read the Media Release about the 2018 Fellowship recipients here
Image: 2018 Carclew Fellowship recipients, L-R: Daniel Thorpe, Phoebe Paterson de Heer, Mia van den Bos, Velma Beaglehole (parent of Peter Beaglehole), Amina Hussaini (parent of Murtaza Hussaini), Nelson Hedditch, Chloe Higgins
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