Arts House Season One Picks

So Arts House have announced the first half of their 2015 season and its a tasty smorgasbord of artforms, events and talks, featuring 8 world premieres and 3 Victorian premieres. The program also incorporates the dance and choreography summit Dance Massive as well as an Indigenous Choreographers Residency and and an international exchange program. Of course there’s a […]

Alumni for Dance Massive

Dance Massive is an initiative of Arts House, Malthouse, Dancehouse and Ausdance Victoria. It’s also a jam-packed 13 day celebration of dance presenting over 40 curated shows, events and activities, including 14 world premieres. Dedicated to Australian makers, Dance Massive 2015 showcases an incredibly strong group of local choreographers and performers, including, of course, a smattering of Next […]

NW Pieces for Small Spaces

NWF 2014 artist Sarah Aiken and NWF 2008 alumni Luke George will present new works as part of Pieces for Small Spaces – Lucy Guerin Inc’s annual program to support choreographers working outside funded company structures. This unique development program offers five choreographers production and administrative support, studio space, a small fee and the time and space to perform. Over five […]


Following the critical acclaim of NOW NOW NOW which recently toured to Norway, the Netherlands and Sydney, award winning dancer/choreographer and NW alumni Luke George presents his debut solo work, NOT ABOUT FACE. Stemming from his fascination with the codes of performance, NOT ABOUT FACE questions the nature of the unseen and unspoken agreement between audience […]

NW Alumni in Melbourne Fringe

The Melbourne Fringe Festival is coming!! This years program is jam-packed with offerings from a host of NW artists past and present NWF 2012 festival hit Blindscape is back to pull you into a dark alternate world, where the boundaries between reality and technology blur. With the help of your iPod Touch, you search for […]

Now Now Now tour CAC

People seek to be in the moment, yet through the pursuit of this, move further and further away from it. How much of what happens on stage, in real time, is part of the construction? Choreographer and NW alum Luke George explores this idea in his new full length dance performance, NOW NOW NOW at Campbelltown Arts Centre. […]