Image by Chris Herzfeld

Image by Chris Herzfeld




From the catwalks of Paris, to the office boardroom, FEMME is a new solo theatrical dance work by choreographer/performer, Erin Fowler. Drawing on her experiences as a fashion model and business woman, FEMME is one woman's search for self within the cacophony of gender and sexual conditioning that surrounds us.

FEMME explores concepts of femininity and female sexuality, the female body, the gender roles we conform to, or break against, and what it means to be powerful in a largely masculine dominant culture.

Performed for all in the Mill’s intimate Breakout Space, Erin tries on different ideas of femininity. What does it take to stop performing and be true to yourself?

Presented at Imagination Workshop Hub,  The Intercontinental, George St

August 5th & 12th 7pm


The Gaia Movement is a platform for people around the world to engage creatively with the themes of climate change and the environment - through the arts. It also provides a platform for environmental sustainably, advocacy and activism within, and between, local communities.

The Gaia Movement was developed following the release and success of the 2014 short environmental dance film, Gaia. Created by the Gaia Movement founder/ dancer, Erin Fowler, in collaboration with film-maker and environmental activist, Nick Graalman, Gaia offers a point of inspiration for environmental advocacy through the arts. Made in South Australia, it has screened in over 23 film festivals around the world. //


The Gaia Movement education resources are currently being developed in accordance with the Australian Curriculum. These resources are intended as a tool for teachers to bring together sustainability, the environment and the arts in the classroom.

If you are a teacher and are interested in using the education materials in your classroom please get in touch via

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