THE GROWTH OF AN IDEA
At the Kollective Idea, it all starts with just an idea. We are a youth company who are dedicated to give performers the understanding they need to meet the challenges and requirements of their industry. We will provide you the inside perspective and experience to help build your idea into a future in dance.
THE START OF AN IDEA
We always start somewhere unfamiliar, unknown and unexplored. If we already knew where we were, what to do and how to do it, there would be no experimentation, learning and adventuring in life. We started The Kollective Idea with the simple idea to share our experience with others. Whether you are at the start or further along, we have been there too. The Kollective Idea is made up of award winning experts who have already developed in your field and are ready to guide you through the process needed to grow your idea and succeed in the creative industry.
Kei IshiiKei started dancing at ‘The Ritz Performing Arts’ at the age of 7 years.
A graduate from ‘The Space Performing Arts’, in Melbourne, Kei went on to take a place at the world-renowned ‘Ev & Bow’ Full-time Contemporary Dance Course in Sydney where he trained with Sarah Boulter for two years. During this time Kei assisted Sarah in choreographing many events including Dance Academy and the Arabian Games and was also offered a secondment with the Internationally famed ADT (Australian Dance Theatre) in Adelaide.
Kei was a member of ‘Legs on the Wall’ Contemporary Dance Troupe, performing in their production of ""Puncture" at the Sydney Festival in 2014. He has choreographed many short works which have been performed at festivals such as ‘Sydney Fringe Festival’ and ‘Short Sweet Dance’ and was also awarded ‘best choreographer’ at ‘Fast + Fresh 2013’.
Since returning to Queensland, Kei shares his knowledge in various contemporary techniques with dance schools around Brisbane. He has started his own youth company ‘The Kollective Idea’ to give young aspiring dancers the chance to perform in a company setting.
Nadia is a dance performance artist who also creates her own multidisciplinary works integrating film, theatre and visual art. She is inspired by a vision to create a more compassionate world by engaging people in experiences that encourage self reflection and empowerment. She has produced, choreographed and performed works for national and international audiences; is a graduate of QUT’s BA Dance Performance (distinction); a recipient of Arts Qld Individuals fund 2017, and winner of Darts Short Film Festival Judges Award in 2018. As a teaching artist, Nadia has presented workshops and master classes across Brisbane, Toowoomba and regional areas of Queensland and New South Wales.
Georgia is a Brisbane-based artist who performs, choreographs and teaches
contemporary dance. Since graduating from QUT with a BFA Dance Performance
(Distinction) in 2017, Georgia’s work has been presented at House Conspiracy’s Techne,
Mad Dance House’s Up Close, Anywhere Theatre Festival and Supercell Festival of
Contemporary Dance. She has performed at festivals in Austria, Beijing and Brisbane and
has experience in a variety of contexts including film, transdisciplinary work and
improvisation. Georgia’s choreographic interests currently lie with explorations through film
and investigating how to engage audience members both with and without dance
Georgia has years of teaching experience in contemporary, classical, jazz and tap. In 2017,
Georgia travelled to teach and choreograph in Malaysia and she currently teaches in studios
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