‘Told through sound, dance, movement, props and visuals, ‘Somebody Everybody’ was extremely well received by audiences and enriched each participant’s performance experience, further inspiring the ensemble to devise and produce new bodies of work.’
Tiffany Malthouse has been involved in accessible arts programs with Incite Arts since 2005. She attended Acacia Hill School and has been involved with many visual and performing arts programs. In the 2010 Alice Springs Eisteddfod Tiffany performed as part of the dance group ‘The Unstoppables’. Together they developed dance routines and performed at events and conferences in Alice Springs. Her first major production was the award winning ‘Close to Me’ in 2011. She has since worked with Director Kat Worth and local artists/mentors as a founding member of the ‘stArts with D’ (SWD) Performance Ensemble presenting the inaugural work ‘Somebody Everybody’ in 2013. In 2014 she was involved in collaboratively creating and performing in the SWD short film ‘Meet You at the Edge’, showcased at the Arts Activated conference in Sydney, Oct 2014. Tiffany was also accepted into the Nationally renowned, Weave Movement Theatre, intensive dance workshop program held in Melbourne, September 2014. Tiffany was one of only nine dancers chosen from across Australia to take part and the only dancer chosen from the Northern Territory. Tiffany’s creative talents and endeavours were recognised with a National Young Achievers Award from Life Without Barriers, Dec 2014.
Brandon Williams loves performing as a result of his involvement in his first major production, the award winning ‘Close to Me’ in 2011. He has since worked with Director Kat Worth and local artists as a founding member of the ‘stArts with D’ Performance Ensemble presenting the inaugural work ‘Somebody Everybody’ in 2013. In 2014 Brandon was involved in collaboratively creating and performing in the SWD short film ‘Meet you at the Edge’, which was showcased at the Arts Activated conference in Sydney, Oct 2014.
About Incite Arts:
Incite Arts is a community-led arts organisation that works with young people, people with disability, Aboriginal communities and other communities in Alice Springs and the central desert region.
– Explores ideas and creates new work
– Responds to community needs and aspirations
– Expresses and celebrates cultural identity
– Designs and delivers targeted arts programs across a range of art forms
– Collaborates and builds strong community partnerships
– Develops and shares central Australian stories
Our programs increase the reach of arts activities through finding new ways to engage people and share stories. Our commitment to equality and inclusion creates opportunities for communities to participate in arts activities they may not otherwise have access to (from local workshops to national exchanges).
We successfully design and deliver projects through investing in a shared vision of success with partners and participants, adapting to changing community needs and by supporting the value and importance of cultural traditions and knowledge.
We facilitate safe, culturally appropriate environments that support both first time and ongoing arts engagement. Participants and audiences grow through our ability to respond to and celebrate the sharing of community, cultural and self-identity.
We work to build community strengths, connect people to each other, enliven the arts and cultural life, promote healthy living and connect people to place.
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