Philip is a highly sought after public speaker who engages his audiences with his unique charm and passion for dance. As an artist with a disability working across dance, education, disability and communities, he is committed to his vision for dance and is an established member of the Australian arts community.
Philip’s previous speaking engagements include:
‘Social and Cultural Rehabilitation of the Disabled’ at the Inclusive Dance International Symposium 2015 Moscow
World Dance Alliance: Asia-Pacific Dance Bridge – Connectivity through dance 2015 Singapore.
13th World Congress of Dance and the Child International (daCi) 2015: Twist & Twin – Dancing Identities Copenhagen.
‘Material Cultures of Resistance’ 2014 series at the Centre for the Arts and Learning, Goldsmiths University of London.
Accessible Arts | Arts Activated Conference 2014 Sydney
2 One Another – Dance Exchange | The Arts Centre 2014 Gold Coast
New Works Forum | West Kowloon Cultural District Authority 2014 Hong Kong
Kunstdidaktisk Forum | DansiT / Dansekunst i Trondheim – Multiplié Dance Festival 2014 Norway
Velkommen til fagdag i Den kulturelle barnehagesekken | Norwegian University of Science and Technology 2014 Norway
A personal perspective | Dance in all its forms – a trajectory for the future discussion for Dance Week WA 2013 Perth
Reflections from abroad | World Alliance for Arts Education Summit 2012 Finland
Global daCi/WDA Dance Summit, Taipei National University of the Arts 2012 Taiwan
Choreographic Process & Practice | Choreolab Professional Development Series 2012 Ausdance SA Adelaide
Accessible Theatre | This is not art / Crack Theatre Festival 2011 Newcastle
Dance in communities | National Dance Forum 2011 Melbourne
Keynote Speaker | Dance and Disability Conference 2011 Canberra
Catalyst Dance Symposium | Accessible Arts 2011 Sydney
Keynote Speaker | don’t DIS my ABILITY 2010 campaign launch Sydney
Speaker | Arts Activated National Conference 2010 Sydney
Searchlight Pitch (Beauty) | Australian Performing Arts Market 2010 Adelaide
Photo: Arne Hauge