International Centre for Choreography

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International Centre for Choreography

The ADT International Centre for Choreography (ICC) facilitates support for local, interstate and international dance artists in the creation of new dance and the development of innovative discourses on choreographic practice through a range of diverse initiatives. These include workshops, discussion panels, residencies, collaborations and other professional development opportunities.The primary mission of the ICC is to facilitate open research and experimentation in a supportive and professional environment. This is enhanced by its connection to Australian Dance Theatre – an established dance company operating at the core of this research structure. The nexus of ADT and the ICC provides an enriched and fertile environment for artists to interrogate the ontology of choreography and other allied fields of enquiry.

The ICC is generously supported by the Tanja Liedtke Foundation.

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