Critical Path

Australia’s leading centre for choreographic research and development

 

Supporting independent Australian choreographers to push the boundaries of contemporary practice.

FEATURED

Cloe Fournier

SPACES FOR STREET DANCE – REPORT LAUNCH

 

The Spaces for Street Dance research and feasibility study was  a year-long research on the diverse styles and cultures of Sydney’s street dance community, led by Dr Rachael Gunn (Macquarie University) and Feras Shaheen, and supported by City of Sydney.

The project culminates with the Report which will be launched on Tuesday 5 March, 6pm at the Redfern Oval Community Room. You are very welcome to attend, please follow through to register your attendance as capacity is limited.

Wayout in Kandos

2024 RESPONSIVE RESIDENCIES

Our 2023 Responsive Residencies recipients are: Keila Terencio, Paul Walker, and Victoria Hunt.

Keila is working on the research project: “Choreography for Two Bodies One Mind” which investigates forms of choreography through the artform of puppetry.

Paul Walker is exploring the act of slowing down and resting as a practice to bring the planet into healthier relationships of care.

Victoria Hunt is considering “how I am able to grow my capacities to hold space for others”. And: How do we embody the urgent grief cry of the world?

Emele Ugavule

Artist Picnic 2024


We invite you to join us from 11am on Sunday 3 March in and in front of the Drill Hall, to meet our team and 2024 resident artists, learn about our program and opportunities, and celebrate the power and joy of dance and community.

MCd by Azzam Mohamed, with participation of Keila Terencio, Paul Walker, Victoria Hunt, and Lee-Anne Litton.

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Critical Path

The Drill, 1C New Beach Rd,
Darling Point (Rushcutters Bay), Sydney

Critical Path respectfully acknowledges the Gadigal, the traditional custodians of the land where the organisation is based.

Critical Path respectfully acknowledges the Gadigal, the traditional custodians of the land where the organisation is based.

We acknowledge and uphold the UN Declaration on the rights of Indigenous peoples, which states that; “Indigenous peoples have the right of self-determination. By virtue of that right they freely determine their political status and freely pursue their economic, social and cultural development.”

We support the freedom of First Nations expression and decision making within our organisation and acknowledge that First Peoples have been dancing, creating, and forging important research on these lands for time immemorial.