In 2014 Philip Channells received an AMP Tomorrow Maker award for his work with Dance Integrated Australia. The glass art trophy, courtesy of Adelaide’s The Jam Factory was awarded to 47 recipients from across the nation who demonstrated perseverance and dedication in their field.
An expert panel were looking for people who had demonstrated that they have been working hard towards a goal and, importantly, one that would benefit Australia. AMP Tomorrow Makers are more than just dreamers, they are also doers.
Click here for an article about these awards.
In 2012, with more than 15 years in my career dedicated to social justice in the arts, I had the honour to be part of an award-winning collaboration featuring one of South Australia’s emerging talents, Lorcan Hopper as the subject of an extraordinary photograph.
Photographic Award – over 18’s (November)
Photographic Award – over 18’s
The Australian Human Rights Commission, Human Rights Awards 2012
Photographer / Co-Creative Director – Katie Pashley, Co-Creative Director – Philip Channells, Dancer – Lorcan Hopper (with Michael the doll).
This short film features the winners of the Human Rights Awards 2012. Skip through to 4.45 – 5.34 min to view Katie, Lorcan and myself accepting the award together at the Hilton Hotel, Sydney.