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2016 RESIDENCY PROGRAM

2016 Artists in residence

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CREATIVE MEETING POINTS: MELBOURNE x HONG KONG

14 November 2016 - 30 November 2016

CREATIVE MEETING POINTS consists of 6 residency exchanges between Melbourne and Hong Kong, to be held between 2017 to 2019. A total of 4 artists (2 from each partner organisation) will be mutually selected for the project.

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ASSEMBLING ASSEMBLAGE #1

15 November 2016 - 27 November 2016

Free Housemate artist-in-residence public program - Matthew Day

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HOUSEMATE PERFORMANCE RESIDENCY 2017

02 June 2016 - 07 July 2016

Find out more about our Housemate Residency program

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SUMMER SPACE GRANTS 2016/17

08 November 2016 - 30 November 2016

FOUR 30-hours residencies for working further on an existing or new idea.

 

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ROOM TO MOVE

06 May 2016 - 03 December 2016

ROOM TO MOVE is about exploration of ideas in the making in front of a live audience and about generating critical dialogue around an artist's project and practice.

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_IN RESIDENCE

09 November 2016 - 21 November 2016

After Xavier le Roy in 2015, who trialed this program, Dancehouse has invited NY choreographer Yanira Castro to be this year's artist _in residence. You are invited to join her in the exploring and making of CAST.

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KEIR AWARDS PUBLIC PROGRAM

The Keir Choreographic Award Dancehouse Public Program aimed to contextualise the moving body within the framework of contemporary culture. Watch and listen here.

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KCA - DANCEHOUSE PUBLIC PROGRAM - WRITING CRITICALLY ON DANCE with DEBORAH JOWITT (USA)

25 April 2016 - 29 April 2016

Deborah Jowitt: "In this workshop, we'll read and discuss reviews written by the participants about dances shown during the KCA season"

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KCA - DANCEHOUSE PUBLIC PROGRAM - WALK & TALK NO.19 with PHILIPP GEHMACHER

06 April 2016

Philipp Gehmacher: "The proposal for a different lecture performance format was partly a reaction to listening to theorists discussing choreographers' works and physicality ... walk+talk is intended as a format neither fully written nor improvised yet a wander along a score that needs to be instantiated to create presence."

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