Alice Dixon

Alice is a Melbourne based contemporary dancer, choreographer and performer. She has worked with artists and companies including: Natalie Cursio, Monica Bill Barnes & Company (NYC), Chunky Move (under Antony Hamilton), Opera Australia, Victoria Chiu, Reckless Sleepers (BEL/UK), Phillip Adams, Walter Dunderville (NYC), Euginia Lim, Nebahat Erpolat, Deanne Butterworth, Victoria Chiu and One Step at a Time Like This amongst others.

With her collaborators Caroline Meaden and William McBride, she has made and presented six full length works: This is What’s Happening, Fallen O’er, Blowin’ Up, Let’s Go Up Here, Lady Example and Doors Shut. These works have received awards and nominations including Australian Dance, Green Room and Melbourne Fringe development and category awards. She was recently awarded a Green Room for Best Dance Ensemble for Doors Shut.

Most recently, Alice travelled to New York on an Australia Council Career Development and on her return performed in Victoria Chui’s The is what happened in Shanghai for ASIA TOPA.

Her work has been supported by The City of Melbourne, Lucy Guerin Inc., CHUNKY MOVE, The Substation, Darebin Arts Speakeasy, Arts House, Tasdance, Vitalstatistix, The Australia Council for the Arts, Creative Victoria, Creative Partnerships Australia, Vitalstatistix, City of Maribyrnong, Mosaico Danza (Turin, Italy) and Besen Family Foundation.