Robert McCredie is an artist.

Robert McCredie worked in costume design and studied theatre in Sydney, before moving to Melbourne to study Dance at the Victorian College of the Arts. Rob has performed in live works by Harriet Ritchie, Neil Adams, Red Cabbage, Janine Ayres, Gabrielle de Vietri, Heidi Barrett, Kate Stanley, and Danelle Lee, and in dance films by Tracie Mitchell, Lucy Farmer and Dance Museum. Rob performed in Natalie Cursio’s The Album Project: Remastered in pieces by Carlee Mellow and Michelle Heaven, and also performed Alisdair Macindoe’s solo show, Pay No Attention to the Man Behind the Curtain, at the Malthouse. He has also been revisiting design, creating the set for choreographer/ performer Jo Lloyd’s solo show, Melbourne Spawned a Monster, and creating a set installation for Fiona Bryant, for her work Abrielle, and I’ll Crane For You, by Deborah Hay. Most recently Rob worked with Melbourne Fringe on Reverb and Take Off your Skin.

Rob’s choreographic works have been performed at the Australian Choreographic Centre, MARS Gallery (Melbourne Art Rooms), The Ralph Wilson Theatre, Dancehouse, and Theatreworks. He made and performed a solo called Here We Go for Lucy Guerin’s Pieces for Small Spaces 2007, which won him a sponsorship through SIPart, and was recently included in Finucane & Smith’s Salon De Dance at La Mama. In 2008, he created two interactive works for the Next Wave Festival’s Nightclub Project: Everybody’s Free. Rob was part of Next Wave’s Kickstart Program in 2009, developing Who Knows What, with the support of residencies at Performance Space and Lucy Guerin Inc.