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A promotional image for Emma Fishwick's 'From Here, together' which shows a young woman and a black greyhound standing on a large piece of what looks like aluminium foil. What to SEE: From Here, Together
What to SEE

What to SEE: From Here, Together

1 June 2022

Emma Fishwick’s work has been described as “dance to savour” by Seesaw Mag critic Rita Clarke. Now the choreographer is inviting audiences to peek at her new project-in-progress.

Reading time • 9 minutesDance
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Mitch Harvey. Photo: Matsu Photography A dancer stands, his stance wide and knees bent, his body writhing and arms flying. He is lit from behind by a series of bright lights Dystopia in a Northbridge warehouse
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Dystopia in a Northbridge warehouse

4 November 2021

At once urban and animalistic, Mitch Harvey cuts a powerful figure in his new solo work, says Nina Levy. But can he fill the vastness of his performance venue?

Reading time • 5 minutesDance
Chrome by Sarah Chaffey as part of IN HOUSE presented by Co3 Contemporary Dance_Photo by Simin Soyer(2) Sarah Chaffey holds herself aloft on a pole. Fertilising the dance ecosystem
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Fertilising the dance ecosystem

3 September 2021

It’s encouraging to see one of WA’s flagship dance companies taking steps to support independent choreographers, says Nina Levy.

Reading time • 6 minutesDance
Raewyn Hill's ARCHIVES OF HUMANITY, Co3 Contemporary Dance. Photo_ Stefan Gosatti (1) Restless, relentless and intensely rewarding
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Restless, relentless and intensely rewarding

21 February 2021

At a time when it’s not possible to host international guests at Perth Festival, WA’s Co3 Contemporary Dance has risen to the challenge with a world-class production, writes Nina Levy.

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Photo: Christophe Canato Half the length, double the impact
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Half the length, double the impact

20 November 2020

Changes to programming give audiences more opportunity to appreciate the impressive physicality of WAAPA’s dance students, says Lauren Catellani.

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FourByFour creative team Four dancers move in front of a line of people Stepping outside the box and into VR
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Stepping outside the box and into VR

19 November 2020

Bringing together VR, film, dance, music and art, FourbyFour is a brave new project that not only provides much-needed employment opportunities for artists but has opened up the options for a much-loved film festival. Ara Jansen reports.

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WA dancers grace the national stage
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WA dancers grace the national stage

29 October 2020

The shortlisted nominees for the 2020 Australian Dance Awards have been announced and West Australian artists have made their presence known.

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Arts must stay young at heart
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Arts must stay young at heart

29 October 2020

Investing public money in youth arts companies and programs should be a no-brainer, writes Nina Levy. Here’s why.

Reading time • 10 minutesMulti-arts

Cleaver Street Studio

Cleaver Street Studio

Cleaver Street Studio