Rebecca Hilton is a Melbourne based dancer, teacher, choreographer and community artist.
She has performed in and contributed to the work of many artists across the globe including Stephen Petronio, Tere O’Connor, Jennifer Monson, John Jasperse, Michael Clark, Mathew Barney, Russell Dumas and Lucy Guerin.
She has taught in schools, at festivals and for companies worldwide and has created performance work in a variety of contexts, from small contemporary dance companies to large-scale community events.
Most recently she has curated the annual program for Stompin (Tasmania’s youth dance company), facilitated Danza Para Todos for a multi generational cast of 100 Argentines (Mestizas, Rosario), toured to New York, Austria, Russia and Australia with the collaborative performance work Becky, Jodi and John (John Jasperse Company, developed an international folk dance concept with NABI Korea and begun working on HELLO, a long distance dance collaboration with six young and regional Mexican performers to be presented in the 2012 Mexico Festival (La lagrima, Hermosillo).
Becky is the recipient of a 2010/11 Fellowship from the Dance Board of the Australia Council and she is (slowly) generating a book about what we dance, how we dance and why we dance.