Georgia Tuckett has been dancing since the age of three starting at Joanne O’Kelly School of Dance.
There she trained in Cecchetti classical ballet, jazz and contemporary. In 2015 she moved to Sydney to complete full time training at Ev & Bow Dance Training Centre, where she sought to further her contemporary dance.
In 2016 she was accepted to study Bachelor of Fine Arts (Dance) at the Victorian College of the Arts in Melbourne. There Georgia discovered a keen interest in contemporary dance as well as improvisation and choreography. At the VCA she performed in works choreographed by Australian contemporary choreographers such as Rebecca Hilton, Sandra Parker, Anna Smith, Gideon Obarzanek, Lina Limosani and Lee Serle.
In 2017 she received the Norma De Gruchy Scholarship Award for classical ballet. In 2018 Georgia assisted Gideon Obarzanek in the choreography of music video “Fire” for actress and singer Geraldine Hackwell. Georgia also performed in the Stephanie Lake Dance Company’s work “Colossus” debuting at the Arts Centre Melbourne in September 2018 as part of Melboure Fringe Festival. Upon graduating from the VCA Georgia was awarded the Dr Philip Law Travel Scholarship. This aided her to travel to Israel for six months in September 2019. She was accepted into their International Dance Journey Program at the Kibbutz Dance Company. There she learnt alongside, and was taught by, dancers from all around the world. She learnt and performed repertoire by Israeli Choreographer Rami Be’er. As well as choreographing her own work “Not Done Yet” and premiering it at the International Choreographers Showcase in Kibbutz Ga’aton. In between this she has been teaching and choreographing dance.