Jessica Kuit is an emerging independent artist based in Sydney Australia. She holds a Diploma of Performing Arts from ED5International and is in her final year of tertiary studies at The Australian College of Physical Education (ACPE), studying a Bachelor of Dance Education, becoming a secondary Dance and PDHPE teacher.
As a commercial artist Jessica has performed nationally and internationally and is the Dance Captain of squads in the NRL and NBL leagues. Most recently, Jessica choreographed for Premiership winners the NSW Swifts, in the Suncorp Super Netball league.
Jessica is a proud founding member of Dance Makers Collective’s (DMC) youth company Future Makers, who are a group of motivated and enthused emerging independent dance artists in Sydney. Jessica’s professional contemporary debut was with DMC performing The Rivoli (2020) in the Sydney Festival, which paid tribute to the culturally diverse social dance histories of ‘The Riv’. Since, Jessica has worked collaboratively with Nadia Odlum in Correspondence (2020) to create a site-specific work at the Art Gallery of NSW, which used bodies to explore and interpret the Kaldor Public Art Projects achieves in new and experimental ways. More recently, Jessica collaborated with Julie-Anne Long to perform a site-specific solo in In Situ (2021), in the Sydney Festival, which responded to the rich stories and landscapes of Parramatta Park.
Jessica is passionate about facilitating authentic, transformational experiences for audience members and is grateful to share the gift of movement and storytelling.