Photo: Chris Herzfeld
Choreographic Futures Dance Residency
Presented by The Mill Adelaide, in association with the Klein Family Foundation, Force Majeure and the Helpmann Academy.
Adelaide College of the Arts graduate Alicia Min Harvie has been named the recipient of the inaugural Choreographic Futures Dance Residency, an initiative run through a partnership between The Mill, Helpmann Academy, Klein Family Foundation and Force Majeure.
This coveted program offers the unique opportunity to develop a new or existing project, undertake creative research, explore individual and collective practice and receive highly sought after mentorship from Kate Champion.
“Kate Champion has always been one of my most admired Australian choreographers.,” says Erin Fowler, dancer and The Mill creative director “Her work across dance and theatre, as well as other artistic disciplines, ties in well with the cross-disciplinary approach of The Mill and so when she agreed to be involved it was very exciting. Adelaide rarely has opportunities to connect with the eastern states, and it will also be great for Kate to see what is happening here.”
In connection with the residency, Kate Champion hosted a masterclass, Devising Physical Theatre, aimed at performers interested in physically-based theatre.