Rachel Arianne Oglei have loved the stars too fondly…
Rachel Arianne Ogle is a Western Australian dance artist with an extensive career spanning seventeen years as a dancer, performer, choreographer, educator and arts worker. Rachel has performed with a range of companies and independent artists, including Phillip Adams’ BalletLab, Tasdance, Buzz Dance Theatre, Hydra Poesis, Spare Parts Puppet Theatre, pvi collective and The Last Great Hunt.
Rachel has created work for Sydney Dance Company, Maya Dance Theatre (Singapore), Proximity Festival, Link Dance Company, WAAPA, Nat Cursio Company, STRUT Dance and STEPS Youth Dance Company. Her work has been presented in Australia, France, Netherlands, Singapore and Nigeria. Rachel’s full-length work precipice was nominated for both a Helpmann Award for ‘Best Dance Work’ and an Australian Dance Award for ‘Outstanding Achievement in Independent Dance’ in 2015.
Rachel has studied intensively with renowned artist David Zambrano, participating in his international project 50 Days in Costa Rica in 2010. She has been the recipient of an Asialink Residency (2016), an Australia Council International Residency at the Experimental Media and Performing Arts Centre (EMPAC) in New York (2017), and most recently, an Australia Council International Residency at Cite Internationale des Arts in Paris, undertaken in 2018.