Jane Fuller (Repentence Creek resident) returns to The Corner Dance Lab in 2016 in the role of Production & Design and will work with Sean Campbell on the look and feel of The Main Event performance.
She will also collaborate with Philip Channells (Dance Integrated Australia) and Gavin Webber (The Farm) and 30 other local, interstate and international artists.
The Corner Dance Lab will showcase the culmination of a 9-day program of dance, theatre, music and projections as part of The Main Event performance being held at Jasper Corner, Federal at 7:30 pm on Saturday 23 January 2016.
Jane Fuller (production manager) is currently the General Manager of BlakDance Australia, Programmer for NORPA and Development Producer of Micro Galleries. She spearheaded the inaugural 2014 Brisbane edition of the Australian Performing Arts Market (APAM) as Executive Producer. In early 2011, Jane joined the Ubud Writers & Readers Festivals in Indonesia as Executive Producer, and helped to deliver the 2 most successful festivals to date in the UWRF’s 10 year history. In 2010 Jane spent the year in central Java, Indonesia working with a local NGO as an Arts organisation developer, as well as a professional residency with the City Festival in Hong Kong as an Asialink Arts Management resident. Previously she was the Creative Producer for the Adelaide based theatre company: Vitalstatistix. Before that she spent 4 festivals with the Adelaide Fringe as the Creative Producer. As an Independent Producer, Jane has worked on producing the Sydney based collective; Brown Council as well as The Format Collective in Adelaide with BIG!. Prior to this Jane lived and worked in Sydney, and worked with companies such as Sydney Theatre Company, The Performance Space, Sydney Dance Company, City of Sydney (new years eve and Chinese new year), Sydney Gay & Lesbian Mardi Gras and Sydney Festival. Jane has Bachelor of Visual arts (RMIT) and a Masters of Creative Arts, University of Wollongong. She speaks English and Bahasa and loves snorkeling, reading and admires vintage motorbikes, eastern arts and her dog.
Photo: Philip Channells