Steps Youth Dance Company

Movement Safari was a ground-breaking project in several ways. It saw Steps Youth Dance Company engage a youth ensemble of which 6 were paid (emerging artists who choreographed and performed) and 24 youth performers. Under the mentorship of experience professional performance makers, the six emerging artists created on the Steps youth ensemble activating corridors, rooms, foyers and main spaces at Old Customs House, Fremantle. Taking place in early 2003, this production presented six short interdisciplinary dance installation works to public audiences, sharing insights from the ‘edge’ that is youth physical and political expression.

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Great Southern Dance pays its respects to the original owners of the land upon which we work, the Muwinina and the Mumirimina people.

We acknowledge the Tasmanian Aboriginal Community as the continuing custodians of lutruwita (Tasmania) and honour Aboriginal Elders past and present. We value their history, culture and resilience and acknowledge that sovereignty has never been ceded.

lutruwita milaythina Pakana – Tasmania is Aboriginal Land