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Associate Artists

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Between 2020 and 2023 Dance Hub SA appointed the following Associate Artists.

These Artists received significant time in our studio to
develop their work.

Our Associate Artists

Motus Collective

Motus Collective are Felicity Boyd and Zoe Gay, based in Adelaide facilitating connections between artists from diverse backgrounds and disciplines in a shared rigorous contemporary movement-based practice.

Alix Kuijpers

Alix Kuijpers is an emerging freelance choreographer, dancer and sound designer whose queer based work has garnered a strong reputation for creating contemporary dance in South Australia.

Lewis Major

Lewis Major is an award-winning choreographer, director and creative entrepreneur with a background in sheep shearing and a foreground in contemporary dance theatre.

He honed his skills in dancemaking over a decade spent working with seminal contemporary dance makers Akram Khan, Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui, Russell Maliphant, Hans van den Broeck (Cie Soit/Les Ballets C de la B), Hofesh Shechter and Aakash Odedra amongst others.

His company Lewis Major Projects presents surprisingly real dance works in multiple mediums to diverse audiences across the world, having created 17 different works both independently and on commission and having presented them on 6 continents to widespread critical acclaim.

Lina Limosani

Lina Limosani has had an outstanding career as a dancer, director, and choreographer.

An original member of Garry Stewart’s Australian Dance Theatre, she quickly championed the intense and athletic physicality before embracing an international performance career that has seen her tour to the Americas, Canada, Asia, Europe, and the UK with some of the world’s most established dance companies and independent choreographers; Lucy Guerin, Chunky Move, Narelle Benjamin, New Zealand Dance Company and Brink Theatre, Scotland’s David Hughes Dance, Al Seed, Cathy Marston, Plan B (Scot), Oceanallover (Scot) and Micha Purucker (Germ).

Dance Hub SA acknowledges the Kaurna people as the custodians of the Adelaide region and that their cultural and heritage beliefs are still as important to the living Kaurna people today.

We also pay respects to the cultural authority of Aboriginal people visiting/attending from other areas of South Australia/Australia.

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