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Ausdance NSW in collaboration with FORM Dance Projects will present Parlons Danse!
Booking Limited to 10
10am - 11.00am
Ausdance NSW in collaboration with FORM Dance Projects will present Parlons Danse! This gathering invites participants to reflect on the March Dance festival in French. For example, guests are encouraged to share their thoughts on the festival’s ‘must-sees’. The event creates a space for French speakers to immerse themselves in the festival and beyond – everything dance in Sydney. Who knows, could this be the start of an ongoing discussion group? Our conversation will be mediated by Agnès Michelet. This is set to be a fun opportunity for native Francophones living in Australia to rekindle a sense of ‘chez eux’ together with Australian Francophiles. The common thread is an avid interest in dance – seeing it, making it, researching it, writing about it, doing it and perhaps most importantly, talking about it. Tout le monde soit la bienvenue!
Collaborators: Ausdance NSW, FORM Dance Projects and Parlons Danse
34 Harrington St, The Rocks NSW 2000
“The event creates a space for French speakers to immerse themselves in the festival and beyond – everything dance in Sydney.”
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