Australian Dance Theatre are opening its doors during February and March for professional independent dancers to attend open morning classes (every week-day) with our company dancers.
Our teachers have extensive expertise in the following techniques: Contemporary, Yoga, Break-dance & Ballet. All the details are on our website & there’s no need to register. Cost is $10/class. Held at the ADT studios – located 126 Belair Road, Hawthorn, 5062.
Classes generally run from 9.30am-10.45am Monday – Friday. Regular updates are available via our Facebook website: https://www.facebook.com/AustralianDanceTheatre
Please note due to the regularly changing demands of the company the schedule is open to alteration and is updated accordingly.
For more information or enquires please contact us at email@example.com or phone 8373 7733 or head to: http://adt.org.au/education/professional-development/classes-for-professional-dancers/
Location: Leigh Warren & Dancers Studio
Following the incredible success of our holiday dance program we are thrilled to announce our tutors are back with classes on:
Tuesdays Feb 24, March 3,10,17 & 24 – Christine Underdown – Ballet
Wednesdays Feb 25, March 4,11,18 & 25 - Kialea-Nadine Wililams – Contemporary Dance
Saturdays Feb 28, March 7,21 & 28- Kialea-Nadine Williams – Body Conditioning and Contemporary Dance and Ryan Turner with Hip Hop.
Cost: $16 per class or $125 if you book 10+
For the full schedule click here
Vitals has launched our annual call for Adhocracy proposals, is open to multidisciplinary artists from around Australia.
We are also seeking expressions-of-interest for our Adhocracy 2015 residency project. This is an opportunity for South Australian artists only. Selected artists will collaborate with interdisciplinary artists Halcyon Macleod and Willoh S. Weiland on the creative development of live artwork and sound installation Crawl Me Blood.
All the info can also be downloaded at www.vitalstatistix.com.au.
Sydney Dance Company launches into 2015 with a powerful double bill – a showcase of deeply personal pieces from two acclaimedchoreographic talents: living legend William Forsythe and Sydney Dance Company’s own Artistic Director, Rafael Bonachela.
One of the most renownedcontemporary dance works of the 20th Century, Forsythe’s Quintett was created in 1993 in collaboration with Ballet Frankfurt dancers Dana Caspersen, Stephen Galloway, Jacopo Godani, Thomas McManus and Jone San Martin.
A tour de force for five dancers, Quintettis a deeply personal work, closely guarded, andrarely performed outside of Forsythe’s direct supervision.
Set on a stage filled with bright white light, the piece is a seamless flow of duets, solos and trios set to Gavin Bryar’s Jesus’s Blood Never Failed Me Yet, the movement brilliantly evoking Bryar’s themes of loneliness and the illusion of hope.
Acknowledged as Forsythe’s most poignant masterpiece,Quintett sheds light on a side of Forsythe that audiences don’t often get to experience: delicate, tender, sublime, lyrical, heart-wrenching,the piece is a moving tribute and glorious celebration of movement, light and life.
Sydney Dance Company are thrilled to have been invited to present the Australian premiere of this incredible production in 2015, as part of our premiere season, Frame of Mind, alongside a new work by Rafael Bonachela, set to a suite of powerful music by American composer Bryce Dessner – best known as a member of Grammy Award-nominated band The National, performed by internationally renowned TheKronos Quartet.
Inspired by his own recent personal experiences, Bonachela’s piece is an exploration of the ephemeral nature of living. What has appeared robust and dependable revealsitself as fragile and transient, when a single event or occurrence makes everything shift, quickly and forever.
The work sees Bonachela collaborate for the first time with esteemed Australian set designer,outgoing Belvoir artistic director, Ralph Myers, and will feature lighting by frequent Sydney Dance Company associate Benjamin Cisterne.
Frame of Mind opens at Sydney Theatre on March 6, ahead of seasons at Canberra Theatre Centre, opening April 30, and Southbank Theatre, Melbourne, opening May 6.
Book now for –
Sydney: www.sydneytheatre.org.au or 02 9250 1999
Canberra: www.canberratheatrecentre.com.au or 02 6275 2700
Melbourne: www.mtc.com.au or 03 8688 0800
Get MATCHED funding and double your crowdfunding dollars!
Do you have an artistic project to fund and an amazing crowdfunding campaign in mind?
Applications are now open for MATCH, Creative Partnerships Australia’s dollar-for-dollar matched funding program for Australian artists and artistic groups.
To be eligible artists must be able to undertake a crowdfunding campaign between 23 March and 29 May 2015. Artists run your campaign through the Australian Cultural Fund or any other crowdfunding platfform out there. It’s their choice!
For successful applicants, Creative Partnerships will match any funding raised through a project’s crowdfunding campaign, up to a total of $10,000 per project.
Head to creativepartnershipsaustralia.org.au for guidelines, application form and key dates. Applications close 9 March 2015.
Location: ARKABA HOTEL
2 amazing nights of parties and 2 jam-packed days of world-class workshops with Australia’s best! Check out the amazing lineup of artists.
From Salsa, Bachata, Cha Cha Cha, Afro-Cuban Rumba, Zouk, Samba, Kizomba, Reggaeton and more, it’s all under the one roof! There is a workshop for everybody!
Party tickets cost just $25 per night – amazing value! Spectacular dance performances, free dance class and dancing with the best Latin dancers from all corners of Australia for just $25!
This will be a sell-out event so secure your tickets today! You can buy them online, in person at Latino Grooves Dance Studio, 308A Pulteney St Adelaide OR, call us in 0423 294 881.
For more information, head over to www.adelaidelatindancefest.com.au
Look forward to sharing a spectacular weekend of dance with you!
Location: German Club
Adelaide’s Bavarian Dancers, The Bund der Bayern Inc, have the pleasure to be hosting the upcoming Volkstanzfest in Adelaide and Hahndorf from 3 – 6 April 2015.
They are passionate about their dancing and culture and keen to share with others.
For more info phone 0423 496194, email firstname.lastname@example.org or www.bundderbayern.org
Location: Sydney Olympic Park Sports Centre
Experience the Ultimate Dance Workshop which specifically challenges dance abilities of all levels and leaves participants with a memorable sensation, as GDC brings the industry’s elite master teachers direct from LA to share their wealth of knowledge for one immense weekend of fun, high-energy classes.
Offering the Australian dance community more classes than any other of its kind, GDC also features a unique Teacher Convention; a full day of resources, including classes and discussions, for Dance Teachers, Assistant Teachers and Studio Owners only.
With Encouragement and Major Awards across Beginning, Intermediate and Advanced levels, this truly is one inspirational, motivational and educational weekend of dance not to be missed.
All convention details, faculty bios and registration information can be found at:
Location: Mount Barker Recreational Centre
As a part of the ‘What Dreams are Made of Tour’, the Dream Team are coming to Adelaide, Saturday 11th April. The Dream Team will be performing their winning showcase numbers. There will also be opportunities to meet and greet the Dream Team and listen to their training and overseas travel for competitions stories. www.rockitperformingarts.com.au Entry Cost $10
Location: Leigh Warren & Dancers Studio, Lion Arts Centre – cnr Morphett St and North Terrace
A one week professional work placement for tertiary students.
Train through technique classes, develop through a series of workshops and masterclasses, and gain professional industry experience through participating in the creative development of new works by two of Australia’s most respected dancers/choreographers.
$330.00 per person.
To book your place email expression of interest to LWD Company Manager Jo Jacobs on email@example.com or call 08 8212 5660
Location: Leigh Warren & Dancers Studio, Lion Arts Centre – cnr Morphett St and North Terrace
A dance student’s dream!
Train in ballet, contemporary, jazz, partnering, repertoire and choreography with two of Daniel Jaber’s leading dances.
-$300.00 per person
-Suitable for pre-tertiary students
Phone Number: 08 8212 5660
Location: Tracks Dance Studio, Frog Hollow Centre for the Arts
Tracks Dance are looking for 30 local Darwin energetic community dancers over the age of 16, to rehearse over a 10-week period from the end of May leading up to the two-week performance season in August.
If you would like to experience working with this exciting dance company and with local and national choreographers, please check out www.tracksdance.com.au/last-light
This is an event that is not to be missed!
The World Dance Festival, held in France is an exceptional international event, showcasing Salsa, Hip Hop, Argentino Tango and more!
Registration of dancers: firstname.lastname@example.org
Purchase public seats: www.festival-mondial-danse.fr
Location: Belconnen Markets
Do you have a class, workshop, display or other dance event during Dance Week?
Ausdance ACT would love to help you promote it. Please fill in and return THIS FORM by 3 April 2015 to be included. Participation and promotion is FREE!!!
There are 2 display opportunites at Belconnen Markets on 2 & 9 May.
Location: Bali Mountain Retreat
Applications Close: http://balidanceretreat.com/
Venue: Bali Mountain Retreat, Mt Batukaru, Tabanan, Bali
Cost: Early Bird: $1100 after the 1st December: $1250
Bali Sacred Dance Retreat – Dancing with the Sacred Wheel of Life
This retreat brings together three things which we love and have found to be of value in our own “Wheel of Life” journey and which we warmly invite you to share with us and to celebrate on Mount Batukaru at the Bali Mountain Retreat.
• To dance in a Sacred way is to enter into a communion of heart, mind, body and soul
• To retreat invites a safe inner space for contemplation, revelation, transformation and illumination
• To be in Bali, is to enter a place of beauty which is honoured and Blessed in the Sacred traditions of that culture.
For more information click here.
Location: Rimbun Dahun
Applications Close: 31 December 2014
Venue: Rimbun Dahan, outside Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Bookings: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B7s0i5YHJd0VOTdu M0Z3QXBKaFU/view?usp=sharing
Emerging contemporary dance choreographers from Southeast Asia are invited to apply to attend an international facilitated choreographic laboratory at
Rimbun Dahan, outside Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, from 30 May to 7 June 2015.
15 chosen choreographers will live, work and explore together in the arts community of Rimbun Dahan for 9 days, with supportive guidance from our international facilitator, Brussels-based German choreographer Arco Renz of Kobalt Works. Applicants should be citizens and residents of Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Brunei, Burma/Myanmar, Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam, Papua New Guinea or East Timor.
Successful applicants will receive free twin-share accommodation, all project activities, meals and airport transfer. Applicants must provide their own airfare and travel insurance.
Location: La Pinale
Dance for the time being: Situating Contemporary Dance through an examination of its provenance and heritage.
This summer intensive will elaborate the structures and processes that informed post modernism in embodied performance practices. These workshops will explore the practice of dancing and the agency of the dancer in a choreographic elaboration of the unstable body.
They will also introduce the participants to the aesthetic underpinnings of the ongoing performance project dance for the time being.
These workshops are for professional dancers or recent dance graduates and participation is by invitation.
Russell Dumas, Linda Sastradipradja, Jonathan Sinatra, David Huggins, Jennifer Way, Tom Rawe, Stuart Shugg and other guest teachers and artists associated with Dance Exchange Inc, will teach the workshops.
Workshop will be conducted at La Pinale in the Dordogne (France). Check out the location on this web site. http://www.createrre.nl/En/index.html
Arrival, Saturday 18th July 2015. Departure, Saturday 1st August 2015
The nearest rail station is Thiviers and then it is a half hour drive to La Pinale. (Taxi transfers can be arranged for about 20 euros.)
Workshop: Sunday19th – Friday 31st July 2015 (with 25th and 26th as rest days)
9am-10am individual studio time for warm up.
10am -1pm Workshop 1
1pm – 4pm Lunch and Siesta
4pm – 6.30pm Workshop 2
7pm -8pm Dinner
11pm Lights out.
Fee for this two-week workshop is 1100 Euros (This includes all food, accommodation and tuition.)
Food is mostly vegetarian. Accommodation is in shared rooms, simple but adequate.
If you are interested in attending, please send an expression of interest and CV to:
We will advise all applicants by the end of March (or sooner if it fills up)
OFFICE & PROJECTS MANAGER
PO Box 45 Braddon ACT 2612
Ph 02 6248 8992 (Mon-Wed, 9am-3.00pm)
Times: Tues 11 August, 11am
Bookings: Numbers are limited so book early. Contact Robyn Callan 8216 8861 or email@example.com
Students will be guided through a warm up, a creative task and a selection of choreography from De Novo sharing the essence of what makes Sydney Dance Company’s choreography so distinct.
Location: Michael Murray Centre
Applications are now open for the next Australian Performing Arts Market (APAM) which will be held in Brisbane, Queensland 22-26 February 2016. Performing artists and arts organisations are invited to apply to present their latest productions or pitch works in development as part of the official APAM 2016 program.
Applications are now available online here and close midnight 1 July 2015 AEST.
APAM is the leading international industry event for contemporary performing arts from Australia and New Zealand. APAM 2016 is presented by the Australia Council for the Arts in partnership with Brisbane Powerhouse.
For application information, roadshow dates and to subscribe to the APAM mailing list, visit: www.performingartsmarket.com.au and connect on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram #APAM2016