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IN.CONVERSATION enables us to stay active in the dance discourse. In 2023 we invite a curator to host our annual offering of facilitated conversations for the sector. These activities allow us to invite the wider sector and our audience into our performance home to discover, discuss and debate themes currently driving and disrupting our dance community.
If you are interested in attending, please select the following dates when booking your tickets. IN.CONVERSATION panel discussions will commence immediately following the performances listed below and are approximately 30-45min in duration. Topics will be announced closer to each season.
Friday 10 March
IN.HOUSE 2023// Killjoy
RR1, State Theatre Centre of WA
Hosted by Dr Renée Newman, Lecturer, Researcher and Research Supervisor Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA). The panel included Raewyn Hill (Co3 Artistic Director), Kimberley Parkin from Parkin Projects (IN.HOUSE recipient/ choreographer), and award-winning independent dance artist, Laura Boynes.
Discussions revolved around the challenges and joys of developing new contemporary dance work.
Friday 16 June
IN.RESIDENCE 2023// Façade
Hosted by Dr Frances Barbe, Associate Dean Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA). The panel will include Raewyn Hill (Co3 Artistic Director), Chrissie Parrott AO (IN.RESIDENCE recipient/ choreographer), and Emma Fishwick.
Discussions will revolve around artistic lineage and the evolution of work through creative practice.
Friday 13 October
ARCHITECT OF THE INVISIBLE
Heath Ledger Theatre, State Theatre Centre of WA
Our final IN.CONVERSATION panel for 2023 will be held immediately following the evening performance of ARCHITECT OF THE INVISIBLE on Friday 13 October and will be hosted by the esteemed Dr Frances Barbe, Associate Dean Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA). The panel will include Co3 Artistic Director, Raewyn Hill (Devisor and Director of ARCHITECT OF THE INVISIBLE) alongside key creatives Iain Grandage (Composer), Laura Boynes and Sam Coren (Rehearsal Directors).
The focus of our conversation will centre on the creative journey behind new works, the methods creators employ to explore and examine ideas, the insights other art forms and source material provide, and the collaborative synergy that drives the realisation of a unified vision.