Holly Craig

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Holly Craig is an emerging dancer, performing artist  and maker living with vision impairment. In 2016, Holly joined Shopfront Arts Co-ops’  Harness Ensemble,  co-creating and performing in the award winning theatre production ‘Dignity of Risk’ which premiered at the Australian Theatre For Young People (2017) and was performed as part of Way Out West Festival at Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre (2018). Also in 2017, Holly worked with Kristina Chan and Sarah Houbolt at Sydney Dance Company, collaborating on  a practice based research project which explored how people who are blind or vision impaired learn dance.

 

Holly has participated in Dirty Feets’ Choreographic Lab three times; working with Emma Harrison (2017), Elle Evangelista (2018) and Emily Flannery (2019). In 2018, Holly completed an eight week residency at PYT Fairfield and took part in workshops facilitated by Vicky Malin, Sarah-Vyne Vassallo  and Marrugeku.


In 2019, Holly has participated in workshops facilitated by James Batchelor and Amrita Hepi. She has also engaged in intensives with Elle Evangelista and Linda Luke. Additionally, Holly participated in Constant Relay as part of March Dance Festival; through which she began investigating a method of using sound to map and navigate space.

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