Kultour is a national organisation committed to advancing cultural diversity in the arts in Australia.
Kultour is supported by the Australian Government through the Australia Council for the Arts, its art funding and advisory body.
|CANBERRA - Chenoeh Miller|
Chenoeh Miller is artistic director of Little Dove Theatre Art. She is interested in the creation of a new kind of spectacle that uses philosophy, emotional intelligence and biology to make shows and events that truly connect with audiences.
Chenoeh is artistic director of the CBR Music Awards (2011-present), Sound and Fury (2011-present)- an annual performance art festival at NewActon, and the recently appointed director of the Canberra Multicultural Fringe (2015). She has created programmes for the Edinburgh Fringe Festival bars (2007) and continues to be mentored by Hartley Kemp, the Artistic Director of Edinburgh Fringe's largest chain of venues CVenues. Chenoeh is a producer of local live music, and she recently ended her contract as Manager of Retail and Events for Lifeline Canberra.
Previous works include: Six Women Standing in Front of a White Wall, (La Boite, 2006; National Multicultural Festival 2007; Edinburgh Fringe 2007; Melbourne Fringe 2009; 2High Festival 2009). Awards for Six Women include: Scotland on Sunday Best Director Award, Herald Angel Award, Melbourne Fringe Best Dance, and Gasworks Award. As associate artist and tutor with Canberra Youth Theatre, Chenoeh devised and directed Six Billion Love (2009) and Battlefield (2010, 2011). 2011 saw the premiere of her original script CORDELIA at The Street Theatre, Canberra 2011 supported by Arts ACT and The Street Theatre.
Current projects include It Only Takes a Moment for Lifeline Canberra, a street art campaign to remind people that it only takes a moment to tell someone you love them. And on October 29th Chenoeh will unveil a new live art work commissioned by Canberra Museum and Gallery (CMAG) as part of their exhibition PULSE, entitled 'From this'. 'From this' has received further funding from Arts ACT for an extended version in winter 2015 entitled 'From this: Rhizome'.