DAIR 2018

Congratulations to our 2018 DAIR Round One Recipients

Sue Healey

Sue Healey is a choreographer and filmmaker based in Sydney.Experimenting with form and perception, Healey creates dance for diverse spaces and contexts: theatres, galleries and the camera.  Her work has toured to Asia, USA, UK and throughout Australia and New Zealand.Healey received a Creative Fellowship in 2014 from the Australia Council for Arts, and was made an Honorary Fellow of the Victorian College of the Arts, University of Melbourne 2015. Her films are widely acclaimed and have won awards including; 5 Australian Dance Awards for Outstanding Achievement in Dance on Film/New Media and Independent Dance, Winner Reeldance Australia and Il Coreografo Elettronico, Napolidanza, Italy.  She has created 10 major films with cinematographer Judd Overton, her key film collaborator, including the feature-length Virtuosi and the documentary The Golds.  Her 2017 films include En Route for the new Wynscreen public art project at Wynyard train station, City as Portrait Gallery currently being exhibited the Customshouse, Circular Quay. Sue is currently filming and creating On View: Asia, produced by West Kowloon Cultural District Authority, to become a major performance installation in Hong Kong, Japan, China and Taiwan in 2017/18 and 2019.  This work will open the Freespace theatre, one of the new theatres of the West Kowloon precinct in 2019.  The first stage performance installation will occur in Hong Kong in October 2017 at Artistree space in Hong Kong.

Sami Jane

Sami Jane (Samantha Jane Smith) is a contemporary dancer & choreographer that moves with a unique style of fluidity and strength, she prides in her individuality and experimentation in both choreography and freestyle practices.Over the last few years Sami has performed in productions ‘We are sound - Train of Thought’, ‘Opus’, One - Dancing for Jane’. She has explored and exchanged movement ideas in London, L.A, Germany, France, Spain and Italy. Sami performs regularly at events around Sydney and continues to work independently on solo ventures and projects that push the boundaries of normality and explore the endless possibilities of movement.Sami is passionate about feminism, sexuality and equality and will be researching these ideas in her DAIR residency. 

Jasmin Luna

Jasmin Luna is an Australian based, freelance, movement artist. Born and raised in Sydney, Jasmin has performed in The Dream Dance Company’s Enter The Vortex (2017) by Sarah Boulter, touring to Sydney, Wollongong, Adelaide, Canberra, Sunshine Coast and Wellington NZ. Jasmin has also performed in WeAreSOUND’s Train Of Thought (2017) by independent artist Callum Mooney in Sydney. She has participated in The Australian Dance Theatre Secondment Week, Body Weather De Quincy Company Training with Victoria Hunt, and El Danseu intensive in Les Piles, Spain. She has also been a part of developments with Callum Mooney, Lucy Doherty and Thomas Bradley. She has been a featured dancer in music videos such as The Future by Motez Feat. Antony & Cleopatra, Running to you by Amastro Feat. Ebony and Fine by IVES. Jasmin trained at Ev & Bow Full time Dance Training Centre and at The Sydney Dance Company Pre Professional Year, performing works by Narelle Benjamin, Kristina Chan and Rafael Bonachela, graduating in 2016.

Congratulations to our 2018 DAIR Round Two Recipients

Callum Mooney

1 week at Royal Academy of Dance

 

 

Eliza Cooper

1 week at ACPE

 

 

Emma Cosgrave

1 week at ACPE

 

Jamie Winbank

1 week at ACPE and 1 week at ReadyMade Works

 

 

Marissa Yeo

1 week at ACPE

 

 

 

Philip Channells

1 week at Bankstown Arts Center

 

 

 

Rhiannon Newton

1 week at ACPE and 1 week at Royal Academy of Dance

 

 

 

Ryuichi Fujimura

2 weeks at ACPE 

 

 

 

DAIR recipients received:

  • Residency space at host venue
  • Pre residency planning support from Ausdance NSW via a 30 minute phone call, Skype or face to face meeting
  • A studio visit from Ausdance NSW during the residency
  • Administrative support from Ausdance NSW for the showing of work during residency (if required)
  • Promotion of artist/residency through Ausdance NSW e-news and social media
  • Feedback session post residency with Ausdance NSW

 

 

AUSDANCE NSW WOULD LIKE THANK THE 2018 DAIR VENUE PARTNERS

ACPE

Royal Academy of Dance

Bankstown Arts Center

 

ReadyMade Works