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Celebrating 10 years of the Keir Choreographic Award

Critical Path 
with the Keir Foundation and Creative Australia invite you to
WHAT REMAINS: A celebration of 10 years of the Keir Choreographic Award

Saturday 17 August – Critical Path, Sydney

Saturday 24 August – Abbotsford Convent, Melbourne


Initiated in 2014 by The Keir Foundation in partnership with Dancehouse, Carriageworks and Australia Council, the Keir Choreographic Award (KCA) commissioned 40 new short dance works, and to date, represents the largest public-private investment in contemporary dance in Australia and a model much-envied internationally. WHAT REMAINS is a celebratory program that revisits and amplifies some of the major contributions the award has made to the Australian dance ecology.

Responding to the WHAT REMAINS provocation, a selection of KCA choreographers will perform what is still embodied of their KCA pieces. The celebration will also include a book and a website launch, original video work and photo installation, live SCRIBES, and a party.

IMAGE: Atlanta Eke in Body of Work 2014. Inaugural winner of the Keir Choreographic Award. Photo by Gregory Lorenzutti.

Date & Location

  • Saturday 17 August, 5pm - Saturday 17 August, 2024 11pm
  • Drill Hall, 1C New Beach Rd, Darling Point NSW 2027

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Critical Path

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