Alice Heyward is a dancer and choreographer. Graduated from the Victorian College of the Arts in 2013, she has presented her work at Dancehouse, Melbourne (Keir Choreographic Award, 2016), Murray White Room, Sophiensaele in Tanztage 2017 (Berlin), Kunsthaus KuLe (Performing Arts Festival Berlin), adastudio at Uferstudios (Berlin), Next Wave festival 2018, Bus Projects and The Watermill Center (USA), and collaborates regularly in the work of other artists as a dancer and performer.
Megan Payne is a dancer, choreographer and writer living in Naarm. After graduating from the Victorian College of the Arts (2013), they danced with Russell Dumas’ Dance Exchange at Larret Cultural-Centre (France), The Body Festival (Christchurch), for Reorienting the Post Colonial Symposium at Institute of PostColonial Studies and for Dance Remains at Monash University Museum of Art. Megan has co-authored work with Ellen Davies for Melbourne Fringe Festival, TCB Art Inc; with Leah Landau for Memphis Gardens; with Alice Heyward for FUR Hairdressing, Bus Projects in Lessons from Dancing, curated by Zoe Theodore; and TO DO/TO MAKE at 215 Albion Street, Brunswick curated by Zoe Theodore and Shelley Lasica. Megan also works in the processes of other artists.