DIRTYFEET STAFF

ANTHEA DOROPOULOS

Director & Co-Founder

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Anthea co-founded DirtyFeet in 2005 with Sarah Fiddaman and takes pride in providing opportunities for artists in Sydney. Since that time Anthea has directed the orgranisation, managing and delivering a successful annual program for ten years. Highlights have included co-producing Out of the Studio, managing The Choreographic Lab and working as an artist support worker for The Right Foot.

In addition to DirtyFeet’s own productions, Anthea has worked with Sydney companies and choreographers including Stompin, DanceTank, Dean Walsh, Kay Armstrong, Anton, Vicki Van Hout, Paul Cordeiro and Sarah-Vyne Vassallo.

Anthea graduated from The Victorian College of the Arts with a Bachelor of Dance in 2004.

MELINDA OMOKARO

Program Manager - The Right Foot 

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Melinda Omokaro graduated from UNSW (2006) with a BA (Dance/English)/BEd. She is a Dance Specialist teacher for the Catholic Education Diocese of Parramatta's Captivate program. 

 
Her credits include: ‘Game of Seven’ (Chester and Champion 2013/14), ‘Cultivate/Culminate’ (Force Majeure 2013/14), ‘In Transit’ (Vassallo 2014), 'Winds of Woerr' (Gela 2014-2016), ‘The Likes of Me (Shilcock/Walsh 2015), ‘Catalyst’ (Accessible Arts 2015/2016), ‘Tangi Wai’ (Hunt 2015), ‘Mura Buai’ (Gela and Micich 2015), ‘Fragments of Malungoka’ (Gela 2016), ‘Days Like These’ (Vassallo 2017-18), ‘Alkemic Konnections’ (Shilcock 2018), ’Silent Trio Beats’ (Handa 2018), ‘Chairs and Stools’ (Riana Head-Toussaint 2019). 
 
She is actively engaged with DirtyFeet programs, taking on the role of Project Manager and Artist Support Worker for The Right Foot.

MEGAN EXTON

Funding and Development Manager

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Megan graduated from the West Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA) in 2012 with an Advanced Diploma in Performing Arts (Dance). In 2013 she was a member of LINK Dance Company receiving a Bachelor of Performing Arts (Dance).

Now an arts manager and producer based in Sydney, Megan has worked primarily at the University of New South Wales, Sydney Festival and is the Deputy Director of DirtyFeet. With varied experience and roles within the arts sector, Megan always comes back to a strong passion for dance and the creation of opportunities for dance artists.

ZOE MORGAN

Marketing Manager and Program Manager Choreographic Lab

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Zoe completed her Bachelor of Arts (Dance and Performance) at  Macquarie University in 2019. With a passion for dance movement and the  freedom it brings to both dancers and their viewers; she is excited to support emerging artists in their dance explorations, as DirtyFeet’s Choreographic Lab Program Manager.

Zoe is particularly passionate about non-exclusive dance opportunities and practices, encouraging artists to connect with themselves through movement expression; empowering them with confidence extending to all  aspects of life. Zoe hopes to engage in further professional dance training and studies in Dance Therapy in the future. 



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