Dance Integrated Australia are seeking your support to assist with their first ever Pozible campaign. As a non-funded co-operative, the organisation takes on 100% of the financial risk for projects such as the Beyond Technique Residency, held for the second year running at Bundanon Trust.
27 artists from Australia, New Zealand and Hong Kong attended the BTR#2 at Bundanon’s Riversdale property from 30 June – 4 July 2014. Solo artists including Daniel Monks, Zac Mifsud and Tara Coughlan worked with Lee-Anne Litton (Strings Attached) and filmmaker Tim Standing (Daylight Breaks) to develop the starting point for their new short works. The remainder of the group worked with Philip Channells (creative director) to develop ensemble work in and around the Boyd Education Centre (BEC) and dormitory.
A showing of the work Peep Show (pictured) was part of the finale for the week-long residency which saw dancers perform intimate solos and duets in the confines of their accommodation, the amphitheatre and the BEC building.
The money raised from this crowd funding campaign will go towards creating a short film of the Beyond Technique Residency #2, which will be used to attract funding for the residency to enable Dance Integrated Australia to return to Bundanon in 2015. Please give generously – every little bit helps.
Click here to go to the Pozible campaign link
Photo: Philip Channells / Dancers: Jianna Georgiou, Georgie Goater & Alisha McLennan