HOTA Housemates

One of the ways that we support artists is by providing access to short-term development space, technical support, producing advice and more to develop new work or further develop existing work. When you hear music around HOTA at odd times you know that creatives are bringing new ideas to life.


‣ Ela Bartilomo - Only Bones 1.7

‣ ARC Circus - Let Them Eat Cake

‣ Corrina Bonshek & collaborators – Yalla! Let’s Go (upcoming)

‣ The Farm – Stunt Double (upcoming)

‣ Daniele Constance – Looks Like A Tourist (upcoming)

‣ ARC Circus – Another Bee Story (upcoming)

‣ Jenna Robertson & collaborators – Spirit Orphan (upcoming)

‣ Kayah Guenther with Philip Channells, Stone/Castro, Lewis Major, Gavin Webber – Tall Man (upcoming)


‣ White Rabbit Theatre Ensemble – Needles and Pins

‣ ARC Circus – In the Arms of Morpheus

‣ We also hosted residencies for 17 new contemporary dance works in development in partnership with Supercell: Festival of Contemporary Dance through The Makers Program 2021.


‣ Michael Smith & Ashleigh Musk – Fertile Ground

‣ Liesel Zink & collaborators – Us and All of This

‣ David Carberry & collaborators – Smash Parade

‣ Daniele Constance, Matt Cornell & Dan Koop – Hear, Here

‣ Shaun Charles & collaborators – A Night at the Pink Poodle

‣ Shock Therapy Productions – Viral: Live Studio Audience (livestream to Mumbai)

‣ The Farm – Stunt Double

‣ Karul Projects – SILENCE

‣ Gogi Dance Collective – Lufthaus

‣ While our doors were temporarily closed in mid 2020 due to Covid-19, we also supported 51 projects to be developed from home through our Rage against the V(irus) program. 


‣ Kate Harman & Toby Angus – This Ain’t No Pussy Show

‣ The Farm – Hold me closer Tony Danza (HOTA were a proud creative development partner on this work as part of the 2020 Keir Choreographic Award).

‣ We also supported 12 projects to be developed through our Creative Development Program , with a little help from our friends at City of Gold Coast.

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Interested in being a HOTA Housemate?

If you don’t have an existing relationship with HOTA, consider introducing yourself and your work to us. Please keep in mind that we can only support a limited number of projects each year through this program.

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