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Out of the Studio

Emma Harrison and Callum Mooney present new dance works emerging from DirtyFeet's Out of the Studio program.

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Out of the Studio

Date: 10 Sep 2019

In a city that seemingly presents many barriers for emerging independent choreographers, DirtyFeet’s Out of the Studio season continues to be the only funded opportunity for choreographers to present their work.

Now, in its 6th season DirtyFeet is bringing their successful Out of the Studio season to a new venue for 2019, the East Sydney Community Arts Centre.

“Out of the Studio is one of the only funded programs available for emerging artists to present their work,” says DirtyFeet Director Anthea Doropoulos. “Completely supported by the DirtyFeet team, we offer the artists an industry mentor and up to four collaborators which is crucial to the program’s success. DirtyFeet are proud to fund artists in Sydney making new work that is crucial to kick starting their careers.”

After a competitive application process, the Out of the Studio 2019 choreographers are Emma Harrison and Callum Mooney.

Emma Harrison will continue exploring her work titled MADONNA and the cultural icons and powerhouse women behind the name.

Callum Mooney will begin his process into his new dance theatre work COSMOS, which explores the three levels of consciousness of a human brain, creating a vivid dreamscape of energy.

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