Co3 Contemporary Dance is an artistic house, proudly based in Perth, Boorloo, on the lands of the Whadjuk Nyoongar people.

Co3 (pron. Koh-three) produces contemporary dance, delivered by national and international leaders, at the forefront of Australasian art. The company is the creative home for dance pioneer Raewyn Hill, a working artist, maker, educator, performer, and director. The annual artistic program centres on the development, creation and touring of major and minor scale works that are uniquely physical, multidisciplinary in nature, and technological in focus. As a core priority for the company, Raewyn developed the Pathways Program, partnerships with WAAPA and the independent dance sector, demonstrating a commitment to empowering and inspiring the next generation of artists.


To inspire and enrich lives through contemporary dance.


A leading contemporary dance company in the Australasian region.


A courageous, artistic house at the forefront of Australian art.

Co3 Contemporary Dance is recognised and valued as Western Australia’s leading contemporary dance company. We champion the dance sector and forge key partnerships with leading creatives, companies, venues and festivals across the country.


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We actively strive for diversity in our teams, in the stories we share on stage and across all areas of our operating, programming and interaction with community. Co3 is an inclusive and safe environment for people from diverse backgrounds. All peoples are considered without regard to age, sex, religion, national origin, sexual orientation or disability. We strongly encourage all nationalities to submit their interest in working with the company when professional opportunities become available and in participating in our youth and education programs.

We recognise there is still a lot more work to be done and will continue to address systemic racism, cultural misappropriation, unconscious bias, access and inclusion. Exploring strategies and policies to address this and engaging in open and safe debate is key to this process. There are many challenges in the arts and cultural sector right now, more so than ever before. However, as a sector, we must come together and rise to these challenges and always do right by all in our community.