choreographer, artistic director, contemporary performance festival curator
Julia Harvie graduated from UNITEC in 2003 with a BPSA in Contemporary Dance. Julia’s practice involves multi-disciplinary collaborations, civic engagement, architecture and improvisation. She tends towards challenging dominant power structures through non- theatrical settings which led to richer consideration of audience perspective and the female body as a powerful political site. This practice spans her work as a dancer, choreographer, teacher, writer, producer and her role as Artistic Director of Movement Art Practice and Ōtautahi Tiny Performance Festival.