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
The forum is open to anyone, whether you're registered for the main PANPAPANPALYA WORLD DANCE CONGRESS or not. Attendance is free but registration is essential.
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
Announcing the 2018 Fellowship recipients
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