Supported by The Mill, Motus Collective are in residence at The Mill’s Breakout space in 2019 as part of The Mill’s EXPAND Program.
Motus Collective are Felicity Boyd and Zoe Gay, based in Adelaide facilitating connections between artists from diverse backgrounds and disciplines in a shared rigorous contemporary movement-based practice. Motus Collective are creating new work in The Breakout space in 2019 and running public Jam Sessions;
Interdisciplinary Jam Sessions: Tuesday nights at The Mill’s Breakout Space. 7-9pm
This program is designed to create a space for artists to expand their own individual practice whilst being inspired and supported by other interdisciplinary artists. This ongoing workshop series will facilitate new explorations and connections between artists of diverse disciplines.
The aim of this program is to;
To bring the Adelaide arts community together.
To provide networking opportunities for artists of diverse disciplines.
To provide a creative space free from the pressure to perform, or to provide an
To enable a safe space for creative practice, in which all participants are equal.
To allow artists a place to develop their own individual practice with the support of fellow
local artists, to be inspired by others and excel at their own unique style.
To give artists a place to experiment and step outside of their comfort zones.
To enliven contemporary dance practice in South Australia.
Bookings/More info Contact;
Felicity Boyd - email@example.com
Zoe Gay - firstname.lastname@example.org