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Studio Artists and Creative Businesses

The Mill provides artists, makers and creative enterprises with affordable CBD tenancies, immersed in a community that understands and values creative process.

[image: Daniel Purvis]

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The Breakout Residencies

The Breakout Residencies are an open project development platform available to artists working in the performing arts. The aim of the residencies is to offer place and space for artists to develop and show new or existing work as part of a supportive, creative community.

[image: Morgan Sette]

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Expand

Expand is process and development program, with interest in challenging artists to explore interdisciplinary, site-specific and audience-focused new work.

[image: Chris Hertzfeld]

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Masterclasses

Masterclasses are our professional development program for artists, offering masterclasses and forums with established international and national touring artists.

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Exhibition Space

Four featured residencies. Artists programmed for the Exhibition Space will work towards deepening practice through discussions, forums, workshops, research and artist talks.

[image: Daniel Marks]

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Curated Programs

A subsidised, responsive, diverse and vibrant public platform, featuring performances, forums, artist talks, live music, events, openings and exhibitions in The Mill’s public spaces.

[image: Morgan Sette]

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Writer In Residence

The Writer in Residency is focused on fostering arts writing and criticism by emerging arts writers.

[image: Daniel Purvis]

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ilDance Professional Development Opportunity

The ilAward is a unique, 3-month residency with longtime collaborators IlDance and Helpmann Academy, open to dance graduates from Adelaide College of the Arts and Flinders University.

[image: Hedda Axelsson]

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Engage

Engage is an annual program of opportunities uniting national dance sectors and providing professional development for dance-makers across Australia.

[image: Chris Hertzfeld]