Kiarn Doyle

Dance Artist

  • New South Wales

Kiarn Doyle joined Bangarra as the 2020 Russell Page Graduate Program recipient after graduating from NAISDA Dance College in 2019 with a Diploma of Dance.



Kiarn Doyle is an Aboriginal man from the Dunghutti Nation. He was born in Mullumbimby (Bundjalung Country) and raised in the Blue Mountains (Darug/Gundungurra Country).



Kiarn connected with Bangarra in his teens, when he participated in our youth outreach program Rekindling in Blacktown, New South Wales. In the following years he performed in the New South Wales Public Schools Aboriginal Dance Company for the Schools Spectacular – also led by Bangarra's Youth Program Team.

Kiarn trained at Performing Arts Western Sydney from 2012-16, going on to pursue full-time dance training at the National Aboriginal and Islander Skills Development Association (NAISDA Dance College), and graduating in 2019.

Kiarn has performed in various areas of Indigenous contemporary dance, including Project Dance group which performed on Australia’s Got Talent. He has also worked with many Choreographers, for example; Natasha Crane, James Barry, Stephen Tannos, Rebecca Lui-Brennan, Frances Rings, Craig Bary, Sani Townson, Raymond D Blanco, Patrick Thaiday, Sidney Saltner and Chantal Kerr.

Kiarn joined Bangarra in 2020 as a Russell Page Graduate Program recipient.