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Artist Profile: Margot Politis

Margot is a recognized leader in inclusive arts practice as an actor, choreographer, movement teacher and devisor of new dance work. She graduated with an Honours Degree in Creative Arts And Drama Performance from Flinders University Drama Centre SA.

Margot has been funded over the years by various funding bodies to travel, carry out research, make new performance, and work with a number of artists and organisations. These include Restless Dance Theatre, Axis Dance and The Gabrielle Roth Moving Centre (USA), dance artist Tricia Brouk (NYC), the Autism Community Network NSW, and Shopfront Contemporary Arts & Performance, where she is funded by Arts NSW as Accessibility Director.


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