Media Releases

'winery psalms' Premiere: February 2016

Tickets on sale now for the Premiere of winery psalms in the Swan Valley, April 2016

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Nurture Group Initiative: Progress Report, November 2014

Click here to read more about Katie Chown's Nurture Group Initiative in Yangon, Myanmar. 

Meeting Places @ The Fremantle Festival: November 2014

Ticketbooth Remnant Dance event image - landscape copy

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Hpan Myay Hman Myay: April 2014

Reflections of Myanmar in film, dance performances, and visual art exhibition.

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The Glass Palace: February 2014

Art/Dance Co-Lab looks at Glass, the Body and Connectivity  

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Remnant Dance NEWS FLASH: 17 June 2013

Jarrod McKenna joins Remnant Dance Discussion Forum. Download media release here.

Remnant Dance welcomes founder of Myanmar charity to Perth

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June 2nd, 2013

Remnants found in you...

Perth, Western Australia. Premier of the new triple bill, 15 February 2013 at the Fly by Night Musician's Club in Fremantle. For more information and to access the media release, click to view the PDF.

For the 2013 Adelaide Fringe Festival media release for 'Remnants found in you' at the Nexus Cabaret 19-21 Feb 2013, click on the PDF.

Moving Stories

Sharing Vietnam

Vietnam Television Corporation International News Coverage


Broadcast Date: 7 July 2012 at 8:30pm; 8 July 2012 at 00.30, 6.30, 9.30, 15.30 Broadcast Channel (digital): VTC10 Interview Date: 29 June 2012, Friday at 10am Interview Location: VTC10 Station:65 Lac Trung Street, Hai Ba Trung District, Hanoi, Vietnam Interviewer: Ms. Trần Minh Ngân, Reporter Interviewees: Lucinda Coleman, Ellen Avery, Esther Van Baren

Culture Mosaic

Vietnam Television International News Coverage


Broadcast Date: 24 June 2012 Broadcast Channel: VTV4 Interview Date: 23 June 2012, Saturday at 6:45pm Interview Location: Vietnam Youth Theatre (Stage and Lobby) 11 Ngo Thi Nham Street, Hai Ba Trung District, Hanoi, Vietnam Interviewer: Ms. Helen Hoàng, Reporter Interviewees: Lucinda Coleman, Ellen Avery, Charity Ng; Audience members Marie Poulos, Pippa Wood; VYT Dancer Nguyen Hoang Tung; Australian Embassy Second Secretary David Skowronski.

The VTV4 news footage was originally broadcast on 24 June 2012. This footage was included on the the “Culture Mosaic” interview. Broadcast Date: 1 July 2012 Broadcast Channel: VTV4 Interview Date: 28 June 2012, Thursday at 2pm Interview Location: Vietnam Youth Theatre (Lobby): 11 Ngo Thi Nham Street, Hai Ba Trung District, Hanoi, Vietnam Interviewer: Ms. Trần Thùy Dương, Reporter Interviewees: Lucinda Coleman, Caroline Stevenson



Print Media

Dance Film connects Perth Artists with Burmese Community 

By Satima Flavell; 13 November 2014

Perth-based arts collective Remnant Dance premiered a unique dance film as part of a combined performance and art exhibition at this year’s Fremantle Festival.

To read the rest of the review, please click here

Myanmar News

Click here to see a local news article about the art exhibition opening @ the River Gallery II in Yangon, Myanmar.

Vietnam News Coverage

Hanoi Grapevine (15 June 2012): Australian Dance Company Performs in Hanoi
Saigon English edition (16 June 2012):
Vietnam Net (19 June 2012): Australian Dance Troupe to Tour Hanoi
Vietnam News, the National English Language Daily (22 June 2012): Modern Aussie Dance Set to Wow Hanoi


Perth's Remnant Dance Steps Up

By Satima Flavell; 31 December 2011
Perth's newest small dance company, Remnant Dance, is preparing for its biggest adventure so far – a tour of the east coast between Sydney and Brisbane.
The group has been working together for just over a year. As much an artists’ collective as a dance ensemble, it began to coalesce when the founder, Lucinda Coleman, found herself with the sad task of getting rid of her precious old piano that had belonged to her grandmother. “What do you do with something that used to be functional and beautiful but is no longer seen to be so?” Coleman asked herself.She got her family and artistic colleagues together to demolish the piano.
To continue reading the review by Satima Flavell published in ArtsHub, click on the PDF article here.


Gomer in Sydney

By Juanita Jelleyman; 10 February 2012
I remember how the heat outside seemed to sink as I entered the building. Lifting my sunglasses, I found my curiosity about the other women who were also arriving, reflected back at me in an array of faces. As I scan the group, I notice a dark haired woman standing in the centre of the room. For some reason my first look in her direction tells me it is Luci. Our eyes connect with a smile.
To continue reading the reflective article by Juanita Jelleyman, click on the PDF article here.