Gavin Webber

Gavin Webber

Co-Artistic Director of The Farm, Gavin Webber will return from a stint in Germany in January to work alongside Philip Channells (Dance Integrated Australia) for the second installment of The Corner Dance Lab, which is a week long dance event set in the surrounds of Jasper Corner – the cultural heart of the Federal village.

Last year’s Corner Dance Lab left a huge impression on everyone that was involved.  If you have the idea that dance goes beyond a series of steps or a technical exercise, then The Corner is for you! At The Corner we are all students together, learning and relearning in a beautiful environment, supporting and challenging our preconceptions with a fundamental desire to find out more about dance as a form of human expression. Gavin Webber

Expressions of interest close Monday 22 December 2014.

For more information, email Sean Campbell <> or telephone / text Philip Channells on +61 432 073 304.

The Corner Dance Lab 2015 will have Auslan interpreters available.


Gavin Webber is co-Artistic Director of  THE FARM, a dance-theatre collective based on the Gold Coast and Berlin. Throughout his career Gavin has worked between Australia and Europe and directed theatre, dance, circus, film and installation. He spent the majority of his early performance career with Meryl Tankard ADT and Belgian company Ultima Vez. As Artistic Director of Dancenorth in 2005 to 2009, he took the company from regional Australia to national and international touring and his work has received many awards including six Greenroom awards in a single year. He was co-founder of Collaborative ensemble Splintergroup and Animal Farm Collective, early incarnations of THE FARM, whose work has been seen across four continents. Since returning to Australia in 2013 Gavin has choreographed works for Dancenorth and QUT graduating students. THE FARM has a new work, Cut Away, which will be performed in Germany in December.

THE FARM currently have three new shows in the making and will be making their Gold Coast debut as part of Bleach* Festival in March 2015.

Photo: Maurice Korbel

The Corner Dance Lab 2015 was made possible by the Australian Government’s regional arts program, the Regional Arts Fund, which gives all Australians, wherever they live, better access to opportunities to practice and experience the arts.