OVERTURE by Jo Lloyd

14 - 19 Aug

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2019 - 2020

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Refuge 2018: Pandemic

29 Aug - 1 Sep

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The Terrifying Lessons of a Pandemic Simulation

What would you do in a pandemic? A daylong pandemic simulation was held by the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security in the US to find out how the Government and a nation would respond in a global pandemic. Read the full New York Times article.

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CultureLAB EOI now open

A message from our Artistic Director, Emily Sexton about our 2019 – 2020 CultureLAB EOI. Applications close September 6.

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Watch a short trailer of OVERTURE with dancers Jo Lloyd, Deanne Butterworth, Shian Law and Rebecca Jensen.

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A playlist for the future

one step at a time have curated a playlist with all your favourite tunes that reference the future.

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A choreographic overture

“This work, it’s about creating an overture for these people that longer walk alongside us. If you had that chance again, what would you say to someone before they go? ” Read the full Melbourne Critique interview with OVERTURE creator, Jo Lloyd.

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Why the Menace of Mosquitoes Will Only Get Worse

How is climate change altering the environment in ways that increases the potential for viruses and infectious disease? The New York Times investigates and this is also the premise of Refuge 2018.

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