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1 March | 31 March 2022
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A disability-led workshop series fosters the development of new and emerging dance makers with and without disabilities.
A disability-led workshop series fostering the development of new and emerging dance makers with and without disabilities. 11 artists will attend a 3-day workshop intensive led by Margot Politis and Assistant Facilitator Chris Bunton along with DirtyFeet artist support team Zoe Morgan, Renata Commisso, Rebecca Savage, Amy Flannery and Lenny Rosario.
The focus will be on the dance making process; research and experimentation; generating choreographic material; score structures and devised theatre methods.
Artists will deconstruct the making process to foster, mentor and guide new and emerging dance voices. Providing high quality choreographic and artistic skills development to the next generation of dance makers with disabilities.
DirtyFeet Emerging Artists: Gabriela Green Olea, Holly Craig, Matthew Massaria, Sarah Kahule, Katrina Sneath, Bedilia Lowrencev, Bonnie Curtis, Ashley Khule, Jonathon Yung, Chloe Morrison-Greet, Jeremy Lowrencev Photo Credit: Hayley Rose Photography
1C New Beach Rd, Darling Point NSW 2027
Good inclusive dance practice looks like the community that it’s serving. Practice that’s needed and open for change, criticism and shifting.”Gabriela Green-Olea
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