The Mill – Choreographic Futures | Mentoring Workshop -Choreography Across Disciplines

Led by Canadian choreographer Ame, this residency brings together 12 artists to engage with methods and ideas distilled from contemporary choreographic practice. The goal of the residency is to explore how choreographic thinking – spatial, temporal and sensory – can enhance a diverse range of artistic practices.

The program is for professional artists working in disciplines other than dance who are leaning towards choreographic ideas, and for dance practitioners investigating choreography in dialogue with other art forms. Applications will be open nationally to makers, with a focus on South Australian makers and an interest in uniting the dance and making communities.

Critical Path is partnering The Mill to offer two bursaries for artists from outside of SA to attend.

Ame Henderson is an independent artist, facilitator and mentor based in Toronto. She is an associate artist with the innovative collaborative company Public Recordings and has a longstanding relationship with Toronto Dance Theatre.  Her internationally acclaimed work, taking shape as performance, publication and exhibition, has been developed and presented at home and abroad in a range of contexts.

Choreographic Futures is a dance mentorship program produced by The Mill which invites nationally or internationally acclaimed dance artists to participate in a mentorship program focused on connecting South Australian artists with aesthetics and activity happening in artistic fields outside the state and around the world. Previous mentors have been Israel Aloni and Lee Brummer from ilDance (Sweden) and Kate Champion from Force Majeure (NSW, Australia).

EOI via application form to [email protected]
Deadline Tuesday 13 June 10am
You can download an application form from the

Image: Ame Henderson, work title – rehearsal_performance. Photo credit Erin Brubacher 

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