Erin Fowler is an Australian artist and producer working across the dance, music, film and theatre industries. Erin’s choreographic work includes FEMME, which premiered at the 2019 Adelaide Fringe (and won the overall Best Dance Award), and toured to the 2019 Reykjavik, Edinburgh and Stockholm Fringe Festivals. It recently won the “Made in Adelaide” award at the 2020 Adelaide Fringe. Other works include Gen-y (2018) commissioned for the Adelaide Dance Festival; Epoch (2016) created on Australian Dance Theatre for their Ignition season; The Ten Thousand Things (2016) created on the 2nd year Adelaide College of the Arts students, and the dance film, Gaia (2014), which she made in collaboration with filmmaker Nick Graalman. which has currently screened in over 23 international film festivals. Gaia won numerous awards on the festival circuit including ‘Best Experimental’ at the London Film Awards and the Byron Bay Film Festival. Her performance work includes seasons with BalletLab and Patch Theatre Company. Erin regularly teaches movement to the Flinders acting students and also is a certified teacher of Qoya, a holistic movement practice for women. Erin has also been engaged as a choreographer/dancer for a number of Australian music film clips and is a member of the band Sitara. She is also the Co-Founder and previous Co-Artistic Director of The Mill, a creative hub for Adelaide’s local artists.
Erin worked at the ICC to develop FEMME in the lead up to its 2019 premiere as well as to redevelop the lighting design for its season at the Adelaide Festival Centre, now occurring June 2021.
For more info visit www.erinfowlerprojects.com or follow @Erin_Fowler_Projects on IG.
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