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1 March | 31 March 2022
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In conversation with longtime collaborator Sue Healey, Eileen will reveal ideas about longevity of practice and what drives her to keep creating.
Eileen Kramer at 107 years of age continues to create dances, stories, costumes and films, even in the midst of Covid lockdowns. Her tenacity and creativity shine through this difficult time.
Eileen Kramer (born 1914) is an Australian dancer, artist, performer, and choreographer. Kramer began by studying singing and music in Sydney in the 1930s, but after attending a performance of the Bodenwieser Ballet in 1940, immediately decided on a career change to dance. She eventually became a member of the company touring Australia and overseas. She then lived and worked in India, France and the United States for the next 60 years, before returning to Australia where she remains active in the arts. Her recent films with Sue Healey include 'Lady of the Horizon' (2020) and 'The God Tree' (2021).
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Throughout the Month of March, Amy will explore the body’s ability to connect through sharing cultural knowledge and experiences in the digital space.
Join Victoria Hunt and Anton on South Maroubra Beach, to be a part of The First Rays Project
CALLE, a dance research project that focuses on dance as protest, using current times in Santiago, Chile as its case study. The project asks, how can dance be political? How can the artistic v...
This workshop draws from the parallels present in contemporary and Flamenco dance practice.
Combining electronic music and Contemporary Flamenco
Bonnie Curtis Projects are creating a daring, bold and provocative work about the experiences of Australian women.
Creative Caring’s Dance Tea is an open invitation to a free contemporary dance class facilitated by Diane Busuttil and Ryuichi Fujimura
A new chamber work by Michelle St Anne, with dance artists Imogen Cranna, Cloé Fournier and ensemble in residence Microfiche.
'What are you saying' explores the interaction and communication between humans and primates.
A virtual consultation engaging 7 established Australian dance artists with disabilities discussing and addressing the current condition of professional pathways for disabled dancers in Austr...
Juliet will continue her research into physical matter and ‘reach’ during her Bodies of knowledge residency at Critical Path.
Digital live performance Dream Cellscapes is being presented as a publication, featuring reflections and visual remnants from the performances.
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