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Choreolab 2019

Choreolab 2019

Applications have now closed for Choreolab 2019. January 15th – January 26th 2018 Te Auaha, Wellington Start your year in the best way possible. Footnote New Zealand Dance Choreolab is firmly established as the most significant professional development event for dance practitioners in New Zealand,…

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Movement Biography: Anu Khapung

Movement Biography: Anu Khapung

After a short break in programming, we present to you the fourth video in our Movement Biography series, where we explore the worlds of our company dancers. Anu Khapung grew up in Kathmandu, Nepal, before moving to New Zealand in her early-teens. She’s curious about…

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Balancing Point Reviews

Balancing Point Reviews

“The five Footnote dancers create cohesion and balance as an ensemble…” Brigitte Knight, DANZ Read more… “Their committed and finely tuned performances do full justice to this rewarding double bill.” Dr Ian Lochhead, Theatreview Read more… “A very contrasting programme showcasing two different works danced…

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Footnote 2018 Intensive

Footnote 2018 Intensive

Attention all dancers and makers! The time has come for us to announce our 2018 Intensive and invite you to join us for a week of exploration and sharing. From Tuesday 16th October to Saturday 20th October, Ross McCormack will lead Intensive participants through daily…

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Intoxicating collaborations create a unique Balancing Point

Intoxicating collaborations create a unique Balancing Point

Anu Khapung at Princess Bay on Wellington’s South Coast. Photo by Caroline Atkinson Photography. A consistently creative and experimental company of outstanding professionals are enticing new audiences to dance up and down the country. New Zealand’s longest running contemporary dance company, Footnote New Zealand Dance,…

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Search Engine Reviews

Search Engine Reviews

The dancers are magnetic. Georgia Beechey-Gradwell, Tyler Carney, Joshua Faleatua, Adam Naughton and Anu Khapung are genuinely mesmerising. Alana Dixon-Calder, Theatreview Both Beechey- Gradwell and Naughton are lovely to watch, their timing almost perfectly impeccable and their impassive faces focus the audience’s eye onto the…

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Secondment Notice: Footnote New Zealand Dance seeks expressions of interest

Secondment Notice: Footnote New Zealand Dance seeks expressions of interest

Footnote New Zealand Dance is delighted to be seeking expressions of interest for a number of secondment positions during 2018. Our secondments provide an opportunity for final year tertiary students to join our family for one week: this is a great opportunity to experience the…

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Movement Biography: Adam Naughton

Movement Biography: Adam Naughton

For the third video in our Movement Biography series, in which we explore the worlds of our company members, we’re profiling Adam Naughton. Adam started as an intern for Footnote in 2015 for Flip, Pivot, Boom by Malia Johnston and in 2017 became a full-time…

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Movement Biography: Tyler Carney

Movement Biography: Tyler Carney

For the second video in our Footnote Movement Biography series (see Georgia’s here), we’re featuring NZSD-trained Tyler Carney. Tyler is a total animal lover/cat-lady and is our resident style guru. Read our quick-fire interview with Tyler and watch her video below to learn more about…

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Increasing access to the Arts

Increasing access to the Arts

As part of a programme that began in 2016 in partnership with Arts Access Aotearoa, we have been working on building conversations around accessibility into the planning of our New Zealand tours whenever possible. We believe that contemporary dance, and art in general, should be…

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