Projekt Moxie 2022 is an initiative, led by South Australian choreographers Lina Limosani & Daniel Jaber, and is designed to connect and bridge the gap between recent graduates and professional practicing dance artists in Adelaide. Comprising of three components; Mentorship, Industry Development, and Performance Outcome, it primarily focuses on enabling talented graduating dancers to challenge their artistic practice in a stimulating professional environment while nurturing early career pathways. It is an opportunity for four creative individuals to develop and promote their voice in a supportive environment and tailor their experience towards their interests and career intentions.
The three components include:
– Industry Development:
Curated daily morning class led by industry professionals.
Masterclasses with Adelaide Festival & Adelaide Fringe Artists.
Hosting industry networking events.
One-on-one mentoring for four 2020/21 dance graduates, residing in South Australia, with a focus on developing future planning.
Group attendance to Fringe and Adelaide Festival shows.
Tailored professional development opportunities.
– Performance Outcome:
The creation of two new works by Daniel Jaber & Lina Limosani to premiere at the 2022 Adelaide Fringe Festival on four
2020/21 dance graduates (paid contract).
Through its multilayered approach, Projekt Moxie will ignite the local dance landscape and create opportunities for employment, dissemination of knowledge, and the sharing of practice between emerging and established artists locally, nationally, and internationally.
DONORS & FUNDERS
This project is proudly supported by Arts South Australia, the Adelaide Fringe Artist Fund, and the following Pozible campaign donors:
IngridHol Richard Bennett
Kialea Nadine Williams