Kimberley Parkin began her fulltime dance training at John Curtin College of the Arts. She received her Bachelor of Arts (Dance) Honours in 2018 from the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA). During her time at WAAPA she completed student exchange at Taiwan’s TNUA (2016), and performed in a diverse range of contemporary dance works that toured nationally and internationally. Kimberley enjoys stepping out of her comfort zone and experimenting with dance-theatre. She is interested in delving into choreographic ideas that encompass the human condition, cinematic aesthetics, and pop-culture. She is a founding member of SYNDICATE and has debuted choreography alongside Jessie Camilleri-Seeber in the Fringe World premiere of Us, At The Moment (2018) and performed in The Kitchen Sync (2019). Kimberley choreographed for STRUT’s Short Cuts program in March this year with her work Nights in White Satin. She has recently performed in Jocelyn Eddie and Jessie Camilleri-Seeber’s second development of, fish feet, in The Blue Room Theatre’s Winter Shorts season.
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