We acknowledge the traditional owners of this land and in particular the Gunnai Kurnai, Bidawal and Monero-Ngarigo people who all have special connections to the country that DIRt is located on.


Rosalind Crisp’s fellowship as artist-in-residence at Orbost Exhibition Centre is assisted by the Regional Arts Fund. The Australian Government's Regional Arts Fund is provided through Regional Arts Victoria, administered in Victoria by Regional Arts Victoria. 

Rosalind's solo DIRtywork is accompanied in its continual renewal by DIRt collaborators Vic McEwan, Andrew Morrish and Peter Fraser, and is currently assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council for the Arts, its arts funding and advisory body.

DIRt/DIRtywork have been presented by Sydney Opera House, Warrnambool Art Gallery, Dance Massive festival (Melbourne), Critical Path (Sydney), Artlands festival Victoria, East Gippsland Art Gallery, Dance Limerick (Ireland), Bath Spa University, and supported by WAG/Chunky Move (Melbourne), Dancehouse (Melbourne), ReadyMade Works (Sydney), The Cad Factory (Narrandera), Orbost Exhibition Centre and the Victorian Government through Creative Victoria.