2019 EOI Recipients

Advocating for Dance in Queensland

ADQ has the pleasure of sharing with you the outcomes of the EOI process for our 2019 opportunities:

SEED Residency
Supporting Community Engagement and Dance Participation activities

  • Ripe Dance with the Treading Traces project
  • Sandi Woo & Collaborators with The Quest project

Travel and Training
Supporting professional development in dance contexts outside of Queensland

East Coast Festival & Conference Tour

  • Nerida Matthaei with BOLD Festival and March Dance

Hofesh Schecter Masterclass @ STRUT Dance

  • Nadia Milford

 Kadenze – The Basics of Teaching Artistry short course

  • Jacob Watton
  • Andrea Lam
  • Julie Barns

Bell Tower Residency
Short-term choreographic Residency and contributory funds for QLD indie artists

  • Gogi Dance Collective for a development of a new children and families work
  • Taree Sansbury* for the re-development of Mi:Wi and an engagement strategy + touring kit

*Supported by BlakDance

4 Walls Residency ADQ x EDC
Hosted by Expressions Dance Company and couched within the support of the organisation, an extended choreographic development for established QLD indie artists.

  • Michael Smith for a new work Fertile Ground
  • Lisa Wilson and Nathan Sibthorpe for the development of The Bunker Project
  • Leonard Mickelo* for the development of a first stage research and movement project

*Supported by BlakDance

ADQ would like to thank the peer review panellists for their time and expertise during this process. A full list of the panellists can be found here.  We look forward to following the progress of these projects and celebrating the wonderful activities of dance in Queensland.

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