Exhibition Space

Taylor Parham, am/pm

 Taylor Parham, 9:29pm, 2018, pigment print

Taylor Parham, 9:29pm, 2018, pigment print

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Please join us in The Exhibition Space for am/pm, an exhibition by photographer Taylor Parham.

Opening night Friday 16 November 6-8pm
Continues 16-30 November 2018


‘We understand our environment and relate to it through experiences. I aim to capture moments that are in both appearance and experience a contrast to what the vast majority of us are accustomed to seeing. Throughout the night, buildings and locales that are typically hosts to a range of commotion during the day, take on an entirely different aesthetic and feel when devoid of people, cars and general activity. This transition from an energetic experience throughout daytime hours to a silent, near abandoned one come night, is one that I aim to capture in this ongoing project.’  -Taylor Parham

Artist biography
Taylor Parham is South Australian photographer. He holds a Bachelor of Visual Arts having graduated from University of South Australia in 2018. His work examines the concepts of experience and context, capturing views of ordinary locations from a perspective which is both familiar yet unfamiliar. Taylor often spends his nights exploring the city and suburbs, enjoying the solitude that comes with it. He was the 2016 recipient of the University of South Australia’s Pro Vice Chancellor’s Acquisition Prize. He has exhibited at the Helpmann Academy Graduate exhibition in 2016 and 2017. 

Exhibition Space

Expression of Interest - Exhibition Space 2018/2019

The Mill is calling for Expressions of Interest for our gallery program for late 2018-early 2019.

Expressions of interest are now open for exhibitions to be held in The Mill’s Exhibition Space. We invite artists, collectives and curators to apply. A number of exhibition opportunities are available in late 2018 and the first half of 2019. Gallery Hire is $500 based on a four-week term including bump in and bump out time.

 Work by Zoe Kirkwood in The Exhibition Space

Work by Zoe Kirkwood in The Exhibition Space

Masterclass Series

'Salt' – Eko Supriyanto OzAsia Festival Masterclass

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The Mill and OzAsia Festival 2018 present

Dance Masterclass with Eko Supriyanto, choreographer of 'Salt' in the 2018 OzAsia Festival, hosted at LWDance Hub as part of OzAsia's Dance Lab. https://www.ozasiafestival.com.au/events/salt/

Masterclass Details:
Date: Monday 29th October
Venue: LWDance Hub, Lion Arts Centre, Crn Morphett St and North Tce, Adelaide
Time: 11am-12:30pm
Cost: $20.00
Level: Professional/Tertiary Dance

Bookings:

 

https://www.facebook.com/events/227898977882012/

https://saltozasiafestival.eventbrite.com.au

About Eko Supriyanto
Founder and artistic director for EkosDance Company and Solo Dance Studio in Surakarta Indonesia, Eko is the leading Indonesian dancer and choreographer of his generation.
Trained in Javanese court dances and the Indonesian martial arts of Pencak Silat since the age of seven Eko’s performance career spans major works and tours throughout Indonesia, Europe, America and the Asia Pacific. Eko holds a PhD in Performance Studies (2014) from Gadjah Mada University and Master of Fine Arts (MFA) in Dance and Choreography from the UCLA Department of World Arts and Cultures (2001).
Eko’s performance career stretches between major commercial productions to dance research projects. He was enlisted as a dance consultant for Julie Taymor’s Lion King Broadway production and choreographed and performed for major international productions including Peter Sellars Le Grand Macabre, John Adam’s Opera Flowering Tree in Vienna, the Barbican Centre in London and the Lincoln Center in New York, Garin Nugroho’s Opera Jawa, MAU Lemi Ponifasio’s Tempest, Solid.States with Arco Renz, and was a featured dancer in Madonna’s 2001 Drowned World.

His recent major work is Cry Jailolo with seven youth dancers from Jailolo North Maluku and will be touring in Japan, Australia and Europe in August- October 2015. Most recent performance research on the Body Embodiment of Indonesian Dancers is connected to his work on maritime culture entitled The Future of Dance is Under Water.

http://www.ekosdancecompany.com/#eko-supriyanto

Masterclass Series

'Dancing Grandmothers' - Eun-Me Ahn OzAsia Festival Masterclass

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The Mill and OzAsia Festival 2018 present:

Dance Masterclass with Eun-Me Ahn

Eun-Me Ahn is the choreographer of 'Dancing Grandmothers' in the 2018 OzAsia Festival, hosted at LWDance Hub as part of OzAsia's Dance Lab. https://www.ozasiafestival.com.au/events/dancing-grandmothers/

Masterclass Details:
Date: Sunday 28th October
Venue: LWDance Hub, Lion Arts Centre, Cnr Morphett St & North Tce, Adelaide SA 5000
Time: 11am -12:30pm
Cost: $20.00
Level: Professional/Tertiary Level Dance

Bookings:

https://www.facebook.com/events/679434972418741/

https://dancinggrandmothers.eventbrite.com.au

About Eun Me Ahn:
Eun-Me Ahn has found new, unexpected and exciting ways. This first comes from her itinerary, marked as much by the learning and exploration of shamanistic tradition as by the many years spent in New York or a profound friendship with the missed Pina Bausch (who invited her many times in Wuppertal). Korean and cosmopolitan, figure of the avant-garde but also choreographer of the very official 2002 FIFA World Cup opening ceremony in Daegu and presented in the most important international festivals, she knows how to improve the beauties of contrast, mow polka dots, stripes and flower, how to play with the most pop colors before switching to the most solemn austerity, how to play with the most subtle shades of androgyny or une slowness to make trance rhythm burst...

Educated at the school of rigor, precise, demanding and of a all Korean discipline, Eun-Me Ahn is also a daredevil performer, ready for all kind of piracies. One have seen her jump from the top of a crane to attack a piano with axe and scissors, rip off herself her fairy dress made of white ties to distribute the pieces to the audience while performing a teddybear dance, bury herself with a clown costumes under a rain of baloons, locked up behind bars in a duet with a chicken, or dressed up as a mushroom... But one would be wrong thinking it is provocation. It is rather the affirmation of a curiosity and a freedom held by work and style pushed to their most unexpected limits.

https://www.gadjaprod.com/eun-me-ahn-en

Masterclass Series

Andropolaroid 1.1 – Yui Kawaguchi Oz Asia Festival Masterclass

The Mill in partnership with OzAsia  Festival & ACArts present a masterclass with Yui Kawaguchi performing Andropolariod 1.1 as part of The 2018 OzAsia Festival.
https://www.ozasiafestival.com.au/events/andropolaroid-11/

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Masterclass Details:
Date: Wednesday 7th November
Time: 11am - 12.30pm
Venue: Adelaide College of The Arts/TAFE, 39 Light Square Adelaide, Level 3, Rehearsal Studio
Cost: $20
Level: Professional/Tertiary Level
Inquiries: programming@themilladelaide.com

Bookings essential via Eventbrite:
https://andropolaroid.eventbrite.com.au

or Facebook

https://www.facebook.com/events/2221157104827056/

About the Masterclass:

Berlin-based dancer-choreographer Yui Kawaguchi has worked extensively in the global arena and collaborated with many different types of artists. In this masterclass, she focuses on how the body communicates with the outside world through interaction with music, words and space. Exercises related to joints and abdominal muscles help participants understand the condition of their own body while breathing techniques and other approaches improve balance and precision. Physical capabilities are then explored through improvisation before undertaking a choreographed work that celebrates the sheer joy of dancing.

About Yui Kawaguchi:

http://www.mendora.com/yui/yui_cv.htm
Yui Kawaguchi, choreographer/performer, has studied Classical Ballet, Jazz, Hip-Hop and contemporary dance, acting and singing. She danced by H.art.chaos (1998-2000) , Kota Yamazaki/Rosy, co (2000-2002) and Motoko Hirayama (2007), performing in Japan, the USA and Europe. She also has worked with film directors such as Makoto Tezuka, Yoshimasa Ishibashi. She choreographed for the opening festival of East Asian Olympic 2001, and has also worked with music videos, TV-CF, films, concerts and fashion shows. Between 2001- 2003, she worked as a choreographer and performer with the “media drive unit 66b/cell". Together with this multimedia performance group, she was engaged in developing the three-year project, "test-patches", which integrated composers, visual artists, system engineers with performers. The project was invited to perform at ARS Electronica (Linz), Seoul International Dance Festival and Japan Virtual Reality Conference, etc. Since 2005, she works in Berlin. She performed by Ismael Ivo, Helena Waldmann, NICO AND THE NAVIGATORS, Michaela Lucenti and Tomi Paasonen, among others. Her own piece have featured at a number of festivals. In 2006 she received the Jury’s Prize at the Yokohama solo-duo competition.
In 2008 her Solo REM - Black Cat was presented in New National Theater Tokyo. Since 2008 she works in collaboration with Jazz pianist Aki Takase. She is also engaged in research project with a sociologist and a cognitive scientist. Together with them she developed the Audio-Dance-Performance "HEREing Loss" and gave workshop in Keio University, Japan. She is the original cast of the successful cross over project "Flying Bach“, by Christoph Hagel and Flying Steps in New National Gallery Berlin, in which she choreographed contemporary part. This project won the "Echo Klassic Sonderpreis 2010". In May her new solo performance "andropolaroid“ was premiered in Cologne and become awarded "Der Kölner Tanztheaterpreis 2010".

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Masterclass Series

Andrew Dearman Masterclass 'The Afghan Box Camera' // SALA Festival 2018

The Mill in partnership with SALA Festival present a masterclass with Andrew Dearman (SA).

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Masterclass Details:
Date: Saturday 25th and Sunday 26th August, 2018
Time: 12.00am - 3:00pm daily
Venue: The Breakout at The Mill
Cost: $150
Participants: no photography or developing experience required
Inquiries: programming@themilladelaide.com

Booking essential: https://andrewdearman.eventbrite.com.au

In this masterclass, led by SA-based photographer and visual artist Andrew Dearman, participants will build their own 'Afghan Box Camera' from easy-to-find materials.

On day one, Dearman will lead the class through building the cameras with participants using their handmade contraptions to shoot and develop photographs on day two. No darkroom is required - these cameras are mini darkrooms too!

About The Artist: Andrew Dearman is an Adelaide based artist and analogue photographer, who teaches Art History & Theory at Adelaide Central School of Art. See his work by following the link:

https://www.facebook.com/Andrew-Dearman-Art-Stuff-1561598780783158/

Masterclass Series

Chris Orchard Masterclass 'Identity and the Avatar' // SALA Festival 2018

The Mill in partnership with SALA Festival present a masterclass with Chris Orchard (SA).

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Masterclass Details:
Date: Saturday 11th and Sunday 12th August, 2018
Time: 10.00am - 4:00pm
Venue: The Breakout at The Mill
Cost: $400
Participants: some drawing studio experience is a minimal requirement.
Inquiries: programming@themilladelaide.com

Booking essential: https://chrisorchard.eventbrite.com.au

An old aphorism states that every time we make a representation of a head we are representing ourselves. This 2-day studio-based workshop will navigate notions of identity through the drawing of the head. For hundreds of years artists (in particular), have made images and objects based on the head, from observation and invention. The Avatar, the invented being is often a character the artist uses to examine the human condition and elements of Identity.

Participants will be guided through a series of strategies that provide opportunities to make small and large scale drawings of the head, their own and others and through repetition observe the evolution of the physiognomy of the entities drawn. In part I remain fascinated by the variability of the hand made, the slippages that become doors to invention.

Artists to consider include DaVincis’ Grotesques, Holbein, Antonia Carriera, William Blake, Goya, Van Gogh, De Chirico, Giacometti, Botero, Dobell Paula Rego, Mike Parr, Barry McGee, Jenny Saville, William Kentridge, Godwin Bradbeer.

Easels and Drawing boards provided. Participants are expected to provide:

12, Sheets Bulky Newsprint. NOT Butchers paper.
12, Sheets 200 gsm Cartridge.
1, box natural charcoal, thick sticks, about pencil thickness.
2 Charcoal pencils, medium.
2, Sticks compressed charcoal, medium & soft.
White latex erasers.
Masking tape.
Retractable blade utility knife.
A rag, napkin size, old Tshirt or bed sheet.
Small personal mirror, like a compact mirror to fit the palm of the hand.

About The Artist:
Chris Orchard held his first solo exhibition 1975. 1982 Founding member of Central Studios Adelaide. Over 60 solo and group exhibitions to the present. Former Head of Drawing at Adelaide Central School of Art. 1984-1987 joined Air and Space Studios Berry St London. 2000 residency at Gunnery Studios Sydney. 2002 taught Drawing at the New York Studio School. 2011 Awarded the Arts SA Fellowship. 2012 Three month studio development of new work at Present Company, Brooklyn, NY. In 2017 awarded the SALA feature artist with a publication by Wakefield Press, “Christopher Orchard, The Uncertainty of the Poet with text by Peter Goldsworthy, Margot Osborne, Julia Robinson, Roy Ananda and Rod Taylor. Maintain studio practice in Adelaide and New York to the present. Represented in Adelaide by BMGArt, in Sydney by Wagner Contemporary Galleries and in New York by Stephen Rosenberg Fine Art.

www.bmgart.com.au
www.wagnercontemporary.com.au
www.lintonandkay.com.au

Breakout

Who Run The World? - Umbrella Festival at The Breakout // May 2018

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A potent showcase of female South Australian musicians, curated over two nights in July

Who Run The World is the idea of local female musicians Erin Fowler and Emily Bettison, who both reside at The Mill (Erin as Director and Emily as singer, songwriter and producer at her recently built sound studio.)

Bettison and Fowler have each curated an evening of music featuring a bevvy of local female artists.

Thursday July 12: PASSION POP: Shining a light on female pop artists, curated by Emily Bettison Artists: NAKATOMI // FERRNS // KADO

Three of Adelaide’s finest female-fronted pop outfits. Indietronic, alternative future-pop duo NAKATOMI combine the fully-charged vocals of Em Smart along with musical partner Hamish Cox. Bettison’s eclectic, alternative pop act FERRNS will also grace the stage, exploring electronic pop with soul and R’n’B stylings to create vibrant, infectious tunes to promote joy, empowerment and movement. Kaitlin Feagan of KADO (formally Alice Girl), who blends glitter with alcoholism to bring you nostalgic tunes in the style of alternative alco-pop.

Bringing pop to the fore, audiences can be sure to have their feet moving and dance the night away.

Thursday July 19: STORY AND SONG: An evening of storytelling and song, curated by Erin Fowler Artists: NAOMI KEYTE // SITARA // HANNAH YATES

A stunning line-up of artists with  unique and intimate ways of telling a story – be it through song, poetry, film or dance. Award-winning singer songwriter from the Adelaide Hills, Naomi Keyte will work with multi-award winning photographer (and The Mill Associate Artist) Che Chorley, who’s passion and affinity for the ocean sees him create mesmerizing photography and film. Chorley's recent exhibition THE SEAN AND SHE was a stunning celebration of the female form. Fowler's band SITARA  - with sister Tess - will perform their 2017 visual album, Alchemy, against their projected 40 minute film,  incorporating Tess’s experience in theatre and screen, and Erin’s work as a choreographer and dancer. To complete the line up, is local songstress Hannah Yates who floats storytelling lyrics on nylon string lullaby rhythms to soothe you through deep nostalgia and into an eerie and uncomfortable place. Hannah interweaves storytelling, folk and haunting soul with a hint of cheeky with the purpose of preserving the Kaurna language and culture of the Adelaide Plains.

Doors and food from 5:30pm
Music from 6:30pm
Food trucks (vegan options available): Soza’s Sri Lankan Street Food (July 12th) // The Taste of Spain (July 19th) Drinks and mulled cider by SPARKKE // Hither & Yon

 

In conjunction with the two performance evenings, The Mill will also host 2 open dance classes for women, accompanied by recorded music from female South Australian artists. These will run be facilitated by Fowler – a trained Qoya teacher. Qoya is a movement practice specifically for women blending yoga, dance, feminine movement, ceremony and sisterhood. It is open to women of all ages, experiences and ability and music is a key part of a Qoya class.

Who Run the World has been supported by the Umbrella Winter City Sounds Festival, through Music SA as well as beverage company, SPARKKE.

Writers in Residence

Employment Opportunity - Visual Arts and Community Engagement Co-ordinator

The Mill is seeking a Visual Arts professional to add to our small, capable team. This is an exciting opportunity for a visual artist or curator to pursue their own passion for visual arts by delivering exhibitions and events that contribute to contemporary discourse around professional creative practice. The Mill is looking to attract applicants who exhibit strong artistic vision, and will utilise the existing machinery and momentum of the organisation to deliver this to an exceptional level.

Writers in Residence

Call Out - Writer in Residence

Call Out Details

Online Applications Open: 5th June 2018
Applications Close: 29th June, 2018
Notification: 13th July, 2018

The Mill's Writer in Residency fosters arts writing and criticism by emerging South Australian arts writers. The program provides a 12 month studio residency at The Mill on Angas Street, and four pieces of commissioned writing for circulation via our publication partners.

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The residency has two main aims - to ensure that critical writing remains a valued mode of engaging with the arts AND to support writers in their professional development.

This is an opportunity for a writer to establish a permanent base from which to pursue their own artistic project/s alongside producing works commissioned by The Mill. The Mill is interested in engaging with writers whose work is cross-disciplinary in nature or, in some way intersects with different creative forms.

This program aims to create a broader audience for arts writing.

The Writer in Residence is provided with;

  • A dedicated writers' studio for 12 months, embedded in The Mill's creative community.

  • Access to The Mill as an Associate Artist, including 24-hour access to their studio, wifi via GIGCity, use of the meeting area, kitchen, exhibition and event spaces.

  • Opportunities to meet and collaborate with a artists from a diverse range of disciplines and creative backgrounds, who use The Mill as a permanent or casual base for operations.

  • Four pieces of work, commissioned by The Mill, and developed in conversation with the artist, The Mill and our publication partners.

  • An opportunity to grow creatively and professionally with support from The Mill and our networks.

Selection is made by a panel consisting of Associate Artists and members of The Mill management. Successful applicants will be chosen based on the following criteria;

Essential Criteria:

Applicants must:

  • Have a demonstrated commitment their writing practice.

  • Show interest in arts writing, and/or in being aligned with the creative community at The Mill.

  • Provide details of a major creative project / work-in-progress to be developed during the residency, with support from The Mill.

  • Propose at least one of the four commissioned pieces in their application, and commit to delivering all four in line with publication guidelines. This writing should contribute to national conversations around visual and / or performing arts - aesthetics, practice, curation, etc. For example, writers may choose to respond to / critique specific visual art works or exhibitions, comment on trends developing across creative or curatorial practice, investigate innovative modes of creation, present research into an area of professional artistic practice.... etc. Pieces should align with the writer's interests in visual or performing arts and give consideration to potential publication outcomes.

  • Articulate the impact this opportunity will have on their artistic and professional development

  • Be committed to contributing to the diverse writing community in Australia.

  • Meet application requirements and be prepared to establish a writing studio at The Mill.

  • Agree to write an evaluation report at the conclusion of the residency.

Desirable Criteria:

Preference will be given to applicants who;

  • Demonstrate an interest to share creatively or collaborate.

  • Propose artistically strong, interesting work.

  • Show an interest in multi-disciplinary projects.

  • Have undertaken tertiary-level study in a writing field.

  • Show interest in being part of a writing community and network.

Frequently Asked Questions:

What is the value of this residency? The Writer in Residence is provided with a private studio space at The Mill for a period of 12 months (value $3,775), and is paid for each of the four commissioned works ($200 each).

What do you require from me? You will be required to meet regularly with The Mill and our publication partners to discuss pitches, progress and outcomes. You are required to submit four commissioned works over the 12 months of your residency, as well as two Associate Artist profiles for publication through our channels.

What hours do I have to be there? We don't expect you to work 9 'til 5, Monday to Friday, as we understand you may have a job or study commitments. However, we do expect you to make use of the space each week and be an active member of The Mill community while you are in residence.

When does this residency take place? The residency has set dates from August 2018 - July 2019. Dates will be confirmed with The Mill when the residency is allocated. Commissioned works will be spaced throughout the 12 months and delivered (quarterly-ish) in line with publication timelines. 

What is the major creative project? This residency is aimed supporting writers in their professional development. It provides an opportunity for you to delve into your own creative work to a new level, in a dedicated studio and surrounded by supportive artists and The Mill management. The major creative project can be anything you're currently working on, or aspire to create. It can be anything - creative, fiction, non-fiction, poetry, prose... Tell us what excites you about writing. The strength of your proposal will inform the selection process, but is not a defining factor. You are also free to make use of The Mill's other spaces in the pursuit your writing.

What are the commissioned works? Can I choose what to write about? The commissioned works are a way for you to engage with the creative community (locally, nationally and beyond) and contribute to critical dialogue surrounding artistic work that is of particular interest to you. You may choose to respond to visual art works or exhibitions, curation, performing arts practice, trends and modes of expression, or create written work researching a particular area of interest within professional artistic practice.

Who does the writing belong to at the end of the residency? Copyright of all work produced by the Writer in Residency, commissioned by or as part of the residency, remains solely with The Mill. Any other work developed by The Artist remains solely with them.  

For inquires contact Erin Fowler, The Mill Director via email

Fill out below online form to apply

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Thanks for your application and good luck! We'll be in touch

ilAward

ilDance Professional Development Opportunity in Sweden 2018: Felicity Boyd and Zoe Gay

The Helpmann Academy and The Mill have presented their ilDance Professional Development Opportunity, valued at over $17,000 per recipient, to two emerging South Australian dancers.

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Zoe Gay Photo By Sophia Calado

The opportunity will enable Zoe Gay and Felicity Boyd, both dance graduates from Adelaide College of the Arts to undertake a three month ilYoung residency with ilDance, an international and independent contemporary dance company based in Gothenburg, Sweden.

 Felicity Boyd: Photo by Sophia Calado

Felicity Boyd: Photo by Sophia Calado

Zoe and Felicity, who will depart Adelaide for Sweden in June, were selected for the residency following an intensive audition process with the directors of ilDance, Lee Brummer and Israel Aloni. The audition saw a dozen local dance graduates vying for selection to take part in the ilYoung residency program, ilDance's project based junior company.

The ilDance Professional Development Opportunity is the result of a partnership between The Mill and Helpmann Academy. The award provides an opportunity for emerging South Australian dancers to create strong and meaningful connections with both artists and organisations across Sweden and Europe and will potentially become a platform for future creative opportunities and cultural collaborations.
The residency will take a group of 10 young dancers, including Zoe and Felicity, from around the world, across Sweden where the cast, choreographers and creative team will engage with the local community in various activities whilst developing a new production by Israel Aloni and Lee Brummer.

Felicity Boyd said that winning the ilDance Opportunity was a dream come true. “It is an amazing opportunity to work with world-class choreographers and be exposed to a different dance community, and to collaborate with other dance artists. The value of the IlDance award cannot be overstated - to travel internationally and to have the opportunity to expose my practice to new concepts, physicalities and new ways of thinking about dance is a great privilege. I feel so lucky and grateful to have been chosen. I am ecstatic about taking up this chance to further my knowledge and am excited to see where this will take me.”

Zoe Gay said winning the ilDance Opportunity was an honour. “I am so excited to be given this opportunity to grow and develop as a dancer, under the mentorship of such inspiring choreographers. This experience will no doubt open doors and offer a whole new insight to how I want to portray myself as an artist, how I want to move, and I what I want to further explore.”

Erin Fowler, The Mill Co-Artistic Director, and Jane MacFarlane, Helpmann Academy CEO, said that it was important for young graduate dancers to gain exposure to other influences, build their networks and find opportunities develop as an artist outside of what they already know.

“It can be difficult to find enough opportunities for development locally, so this award will hopefully allow a young dancer to have a significant experience to develop their career, and, to bring that back to the community here in SA.” Erin said.

“The Helpmann Academy is delighted to be collaborating with The Mill Adelaide to enable South Australian dancers to experience this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity with ilDance. “ Jane said.

Breakout

Artist Call Out - Free Range Residency

The The Mill’s Free Range Residency is an open project development platform available to artists working in the performing arts. The aim of the residency is to offer place and space as part of a vibrant arts community, for artists to develop new or existing work. Successful applicants will receive 2 - 4 week’s use of The Mill’s Breakout space (as per the artist’s requirements). To apply for this unique opportunity, artists must complete and submit the following online application form.

Call Out Details

Online Applications Open: 1st May 2018
Applications Close: 15th May, 2018
Notification: 22nd May

Inquires contact Katrina Lazaroff The Mill Programming Manager via email

Fill out below online form to apply

Your Name *
Your Name
Mailing Address *
Mailing Address
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Phone Number *
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D.O.B *
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Breakout

Artist Call Out - Spotlight Residency

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[image credit: Chris Hertzfeld]

The Mill’s Spotlight Residency is an open project development platform available to artists working in the performing arts. The aim of the residency is to  offer place and space as part of a vibrant arts community, for artists to develop new or existing work. Successful applicants will receive 2 - 4 week’s use of The Mill’s Breakout space (as per the artist’s requirements), plus an honorarium of $2000 provided by The Mill. This residency must result in a 'work in progress' performance outcome. To apply for this unique opportunity, artists must complete and submit the following online application form.

Call Out Details

Online Applications Open: 1st May 2018
Applications Close: 15th May, 2018
Notification: 22nd May

Inquires: The Mill Programming Manager Katrina Lazaroff via email

Complete the following form to apply:

Name *
Name
Mailing Address *
Mailing Address
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Phone Number *
Phone Number
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Breakout

Artist Call Out - Back Porch Theatre Residency

The Back Porch Theatre Residency is an open project development platform available to artists working in the performing arts and mixed arts disciplines. It is co-presented by The Mill and SA based theatre company, Back Porch Theatre.

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The aim of the residency is to establish a platform for CALD (Culturally and Linguistically Diverse) artists to develop new work. Successful applicants will receive one week's access to The Breakout (at no charge) for one week, plus an honorarium of $500 (from The Mill) and mentorship by Back Porch Theatre.  The focus of this residency is to establish a platform for culturally and linguistically diverse artists.

Call Out Details

Online Applications Open: 1st May 2018
Applications Close: 15th May, 2018
Notification: 22nd May

Inquires contact Katrina Lazaroff The Mill Programming Manager via email

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Fill out below online form to apply

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Exhibition Space

John Blines - Memorias Exspirare // June 01 - August 25 2018

The Mill is excited to welcome John Blines as the debut artists in our new visual arts residency series. 

Blines' work, Memorias Exspirare, explores intrusive childhood memories and their effect on mental health. The intent is to process memories that impact Blines' adult psychological health, through making. It is  personal therapy and experimentation within the broader arts in health framework.

Over the course of three months Blines will establish a ‘studio’ within The Mill's Exhibition Space and create  small objects, evolving and growing the collection as he delves deeper into memory. The exhibition also included previous ‘memory’ works as research, inspiration and nostalgia.  

Blines will be present in The Exhibition Space on Sundays, Mondays and Thursday mornings. For more details watch this space and find The Mill's John Blines Face Book Event page.

This exhibition will also feature public engagement sessions, workshops, discussions and participatory making sessions. (Dates and times TBC.)

 

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The Mill's Exhibition Space program presented in partnership with the City of Adelaide, highlights the practice of art-making and aims to make process more available to audiences.

Projects in The Exhibition Space aim to draw audiences deeper into the process of making, positioning them as central to artistic research. The Exhibition Space operates with a studio-like mentality where knowledge arises through participation and experimentation.

The Exhibition Space presents four 12-week residencies per year, alongside short feature exhibitions. Each resident artist will commit time to developing their practice through discussions, forums, workshops, research and artist talks - both with the artistic community and the general public. The Mill will expedite research by facilitating connections to community groups the artist may wish to engage with, to help broaden their practice.

The Mill believes art positions itself within transitions and passages; it opens opportunities for public incursions into the private and vice versa. Our residency program considers this as the potential performativity of practice.

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Breakout

Artist Callout - Umbrella Festival at The Breakout // May 2018

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The Mill is curating a program of live music for this year’s Umbrella Winter City Sounds festival (July 13 - 29). We're looking for songwriters, storytellers, balladeers and bards or bands with a cross-disciplinary tilt. 

Our new performing arts venue, The Breakout, is an intimate CBD performance space and the perfect setting for SA’s finest songbirds to warble this winter. The Breakout is more a theatre than a bar, providing audiences with an intimate and up-close environment to really ~listen~ to music.

Umbrella Festival registrations close May 11. Please send us your EOI by May 7th (next Monday) so we can confirm your booking

Applications should include:

  • Your gig idea. We’re looking for storytellers, multi-disciplinary artists, and those doing something a little bit different with their performances (as well as great musicians).
  • A demo of you music, or a link to where we can listen online.
  • Your proposed dates and times.
  • The names of all artists / groups appearing at your event.

Details:

  • The hire fee is $400 per event (up-to 3 artists / sets), Tuesday-Sunday. Get together with some friends and share the cost!
  • The hire fee includes a sound technician, 16ch PA (please provide your own microphones, guitar amps, etc), lighting, staging, bar & front of house staff (for a maximum call of 3hrs).
  • Earliest showtime is 5:30pm, and bump out is to be completed by 11:00pm.
  • Artists are free to set their own ticket prices and take full box office profits.
  • The Breakout has a capacity of 50 - 80 pax.
  • The Mill will be selling warm, mulled cider and tasty treats at all Umbrella shows.
  • The Mill will list all gigs on themilladeliade.com, our social media accounts and circulate an EDM about the line up.

Breakout

Back Porch Showing in The Breakout // April 2018

A Charcuterie of Smoked Meats and Abnormalities

4 dates · 19 April – 22 April

We're doing some semblance of a performance.

FAQ Answers:

Bring cash for tickets and booze.

Tickets are $10. Set your expectations accordingly.

No you can't book tickets in advance, don't email us, we don't care. Just show up or don't.

There's no audience participation, you'd just slow us down.

It's a short show. We haven't timed it. It's short.

Don't think about it too much. We haven't.

Don't bring your kids. I mean, do what you want but that's on you.

If you're worried about getting a seat, don't be. We'll fit you in. Nice and snug.

Masterclass Series

Akram Khan Masterclass // Adelaide Festival 2018

The Mill Adelaide in partnership with The Adelaide Festival & AC Arts present a masterclass with leading international dance company Akram Khan Company (UK).

Akram Khan Company's season of XENOS is part of the 2018 Adelaide Festival, Her Majesty's Theatre March 16-18 https://www.adelaidefestival.com.au/2018/xenos

Masterclass Details:
Date: Friday 16th March, 2018
Time: 9am - 11am
Venue: Adelaide College of The Arts/TAFE, 39 Light Square Adelaide, Level 3, Rehearsal Studio
Cost: $25
Participants: aged 18+; suitable for students of full time dance program; trained/graduated dancers; semi professional/prof. dancers. It’s a wide range of qualification - in short, experienced trained dancers.
Inquiries: programming@themilladelaide.com

Bookings online via Eventbrite: https://akramkhanmasterclass.eventbrite.com.au/

About the Masterclass:
Rehearsal Director for XENOS, Mavin Khoo will lead a masterclass that will start with a warm up developed to facilitate the stylistic qualities of Khan’s work: speed, articulation of the body, rhythmic musicality and physical precision. Followed by a creative session drawing from motifs used in the creative phase of XENOS, dancers will be introduced to Khan’s process of devising solo material.

About MAVIN KHOO:
Mavin Khoo is internationally recognised as a dance artist, teacher, choreographer and artist scholar. His initial training was at the Temple of Fine Arts, Sutra Dance Theatre and Sri Wilayah Ballet School in Malaysia. He the pursued his training in Bharata Natyam intensively under the legendary dance maestro, Padma Shri Adyar K. Lakshman in India, Cunningham technique at the Cunningham studios in New York and Classical Ballet under Marian St. Claire, Michael Beare, Nancy Kilgour, Paul Lewis, Ayumi Hikasa, Raymond Chai and Tory Jestyn. As a contemporary dance artist he has worked with Wayne McGregor, Akram Khan, Shobana Jeyasingh, amongst others. His commissioned works include creations for the Venice Biennale and Canada Dance Festival to name a few. Images in Varnam (2001) was commissioned by the Royal Ballet Artists Development Initiative and was followed by another ROH2 commission Let me...with Royal Ballet dancer Kristen McNally.
Khoo is considered one of the few Bharata Natyam male soloists to have carved a niche for himself as an international touring solo artist, whilst still regularly dancing at all major venues in India, including the Music Academy and Kalakshetra in Chennai.
His own company, mavinkhooDance, was founded in 2003. Productions include Parallel Passions (2003), Chandra/Luna (2004-2005), Devi: The Female Principle (2006), Strictly Bharata Natyam (2006), Devi: In Absolution (2008), Dancing my Shiva (2010), 00.00 - 00.01 (2011), Akasha (2012), I am with you, Muruga (2013) and Intoxicating the Blue Lord (2016).
Khoo holds a MA in Choreography from Middlesex University. He was faculty member of the Dance Studies Department (at the School of Performing Arts) at the University of Malta. In 2014, he was appointed artistic director of ŻfinMalta Dance Ensemble, where he also choreographed and danced until 2017.
Khoo now maintains his touring work as a mature artist with a focus on solo Bharata Natyam performances and specifically commissioned contemporary duet works. He continues to act as Rehearsal Director for Akram Khan Company working on productions such as XENOS (2018), iTMOi (2013) and Giselle (2016) with English National Ballet.

Image Credit. Show Image XENOS

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Masterclass Series

Bangarra Dance Theatre Masterclass // Adelaide Festival 2018

The Mill in partnership with The Adelaide Festival & ACArts present a masterclass with Bangarra Dance Theatre (NSW).

Their season of BENNELONG is part of the 2018 Adelaide Festival, Dunstan Playhouse, Adelaide Festival Centre March 15-18. https://www.adelaidefestival.com.au/2018/bennelong 
 

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Masterclass Details:
Date: Tuesday 13th March, 2018
Time: 10.30am - 12noon
Venue: Adelaide College of The Arts/TAFE, 39 Light Square Adelaide, Level 3, Rehearsal Studio
Cost: $20
Participants: should have a minimal of 5 years dance training and have a solid understanding of contemporary and classical ballet.
Inquiries: programming@themilladelaide.com

Bookings essential via Eventbrite: https://bangarradancetheatremasterclass.eventbrite.com.au/

About the Masterclass:
This class will be led by four Bangarra Company dancers'
Tara Robertson, Tyrel Dulvaire, Rika Hamaguchi and Baden Smith! This masterclass is designed for dance students/professionals with formal dance training. After a brief introduction about Bangarra, a short warm up will follow in the Bangarra contemporary style. The workshop will then progress to the teaching of selected repertoire from the current season or from the vast body of work created by the company over the past 20 years. A brief Q &A session with the dancers will end the session.

About Bangarra
Bangarra is an Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander organisation and one of Australia’s leading performing arts companies committed to engaging with the community beyond the performance. They are widely acclaimed nationally and around the world for our powerful dancing, distinctive theatrical voice and utterly unique soundscapes, music and design. Authentic storytelling, outstanding technique and deeply moving performances are Bangarra’s unique signature.

Image Credit; Show BENNELONG, by Vishal Pandey

Masterclass Series

Clown Academy: Clowning Playshop // April 29 2018

Clown Academy Playshops with David Cronin

Access your inner Clown. Enjoy being you. Appreciate the power of laughter and joy!

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What to Expect:
Each workshop covers three main elements:
1. Physical Movement: mime, slapstick, movement, dance.
2. Improvisation: The role of Status, short and long form improvisation; structure of game playing; developing your unique character; regional styles of clowning; theory types of laughter.
3. Technical Work: Circus skills, mask work, making fun music, manipulation of everyday objects, puppets. Creating routines: the process, structure and content of solo, partner and group performances. It is suggested that you wear loose comfortable clothing as the sessions are interactive.

Benefits of Clowning:
Spontaneity – the ability to think on your feet can be developed.  
Get in touch with your Body – Trust your instincts!

Who can participate:  
Everyone - no matter your age or profession, with or without previous clowning experience. Artists - to broaden their range as professionals. Guidance is provided for the creation and staging of acts. Social/Health Workers- to integrate the art of clowning as a medium of intervention and healing through fun and laughter.

About David Cronin:
In the 1970’s there were three stunt performance groups in Adelaide, ready for the film industry to take off. David Cronin trained and performed with two of them and three years later was teaching the craft in Sydney. David trained in mime, acrobatic and circus skills with Boris Svidensky from the Moscow Circus in a Drama School in Israel, then continued with Cornelia Vladimir Rodzianko in their Berlin theatre ensemble ‘Stimme und Bewegung.’ David went on to work freelance and started teaching theatre in Europe. Further training with polish theatre group ‘Gardienize’ [Grotowski training] and other artists & directors, e.g. Yoshi Oida. Across his colourful and varied career David has: studied mask, mime and Clown at the International Theatre School in Rome with Emanuel Gallot-Levalee, had a long lasting career as a solo, duo and group clown and entertainer and a sixteen year career as a Clown Doctor in Adelaide. He currently: teaches and coordinates Laughter Yoga Adelaide, is a corporate speaker for humour and health in the work place/school, directs and produces shows and performs in libraries, schools and festivals.

It is suggested that you wear loose comfortable clothing as the sessions are interactive.

For more information visit on David visit  www.davidcronin.love   

Workshop queries email: davidcronin3@bigpond.com

 

Full Sunday Intensive Workshop

Date: 29th April 

Time: 9.30am - 4.30pm

Cost: $75

Places limited    

Clowning is the courage to be vulnerable