The Phillip Adams BalletLab Wunderkammer

Kristina Arnott Current Events

Explore the Phillip Adams BalletLab Wunderkammer – a digital 360° exhibition of strange and beautiful costumes, set design pieces and art objects created over BalletLab’s 20-year history, set in the Temperance Hall studio. Originally created for BalletLab performance works including EVER, Aviary, Glory, Brindabella, Kingdom and Amplification, these wondrous curios have never been shared with the public outside of performance seasons, currently …

Temperance Hall Artistic Associate

Kristina Arnott Current Events

ANNOUNCING OUR INAUGURAL ARTISTIC ASSOCIATE, LUKE GEORGE The Artistic Associate role represents a new addition to Temperance Hall’s artistic team, an established independent artist to become engaged on a deep level with our organisation. The position supports the independent artist as a cultural agent, and is intended to create new pathways for artistic production. Aimed at achieving a deeper and …

Temperance Hall Choreographic Researcher

Kristina Arnott Current Events

ANNOUNCING OUR INAUGURAL CHOREOGRAPHIC RESEARCHER, MELBOURNE-BASED EMERGING CHOREOGRAPHER AND DANCER RACHAEL WISBY Commencing in 2020, Temperance Hall introduces the position of Choreographer Researcher. This position accommodates the individual artist with a central studio at Temperance Hall to facilitate research and collaboration specific to their choreographic disciplines. Our inaugural Choreographic Researcher, Rachael Wisby, was the winner of Phillip Adams Melbourne University …


Kristina Arnott Current Events

SICK is a collaboration between Phillip Adams and Ryan New in association with Rawcus, supported by the Ian Potter Museum of Art. SICK is a cross-generational dance and performance project that critiques acceptance and challenges expectations of artists with disability. This new work is a collaboration between award-winning performer Ryan New (Rawcus) and Australia’s foremost provocateur of choreography Phillip Adams. …

The Prelude

Briony Galligan Current Events

A new residency and collaboration between Walter Dundervill (NYC) and Phillip Adams.