The Dancing Sydney: Mapping Movements: Performing Histories is a skills development program for independent Sydney dance makers to explore best practice in archiving their processes for future audiences, and what a reflection on their archive might mean for their future work. Critical Path has supported 12 artists through this program since 2017. The 12 artists/artist collectives are Alan Schacher, Anandavalli, Branch Nebula, Dean Walsh, Frances Rings, Julie-Anne Long, Kay Armstrong, Martin del Amo, Narelle Benjamin, Rakini Devi, The Fondue Set and Vicki Van Hout.
Click through the links below to view reflections from Rakini Devi, Martin del Amo & Anandavalli, Kay Armstrong and Alan Schacher on their Dancing Sydney: Mapping Movements: Performing Histories archive projects.
Dancing Sydney: Mapping Movements: Performing Histories, instigated by Amanda Card (USYD), Erin Brannigan (UNSW) and Julie-Anne Long (Macquarie), in partnership with Critical Path. Dancing Sydney Archive Project is supported by City of Sydney in 2019 & 2020.