Limosaniprojekts and the Adelaide Festival Centre's inSPACE development Program present the 2nd stage development of A Tale or Two—a double bill of two highly physical dance theatre works What Lies Within and One’s Wicked Ways.
- When: 7–23 December 2015
- Where: Leigh Warren Dance Studio, Lion Arts Centre, Cnr of Morphett St and North Terrace
- Showing: Wednesday 23 December 3.30 pm and 6 pm
- To attend, register online: A Tale or Two.
From 7–23 December, Lina Limosani and the collaborating team will be in the studio exploring Act 1 of the double bill ‘What Lies Within’. This work takes as its launch point qualities of power, leadership and exploitation within cult-like mentality and grooming. It is a daring and dark tale that addresses a timeless set of questions about human nature, ideology and our desperate need to be apart of something bigger than ourselves. It is a powerful study of demagoguery, ethical distortions and victimization.
- Kialea Nadine Williams
- Tara Jade Samaya
- Brianna Kell
- Carl Tolentino
- Lewis Rankin
- Tobiah Booth Remmers
- Dramaturg: Andrew Brackman
- Visual Dramaturg: Dagmara Gieysztor
- Production Manager: Peter Kelly
- Sound Designer: Sascha Budimsky
We will be presenting an in-house showing at 3.30 pm & 6.00 pm on 23 December at the Leigh Warren & Dancers Studio (Lion Arts Centre, Cnr Morphett St & North Tce, Adelaide).
This project has been proudly supported by
- Government of South Australia
- Leigh Warren and Dancers Independent in Residence program
- Peggy Van Praagh Choreographic Fellowship
On Wednesday 25 November, before the official opening of the Australia Council for the Arts’ inaugural Arts Learning Forum, a series of free and low-cost workshops are open to all interested artists and organisations, whether or not you are attending the forum main program. They will provide focussed practical skills and knowledge for artists, educators and facilitators interested in brushing up on their arts learning skill set.
Included are opportunities to learn about inclusive and accessible arts learning and programs, working and forming partnerships with schools, and thinking strategically about digital engagement and design in learning programs.
- Open Your Eyes: Disability awareness and inclusive arts programs with Tim Dakin and Janice Florence, through Arts Access Victoria ($50)
- Great Partnerships: Your Art in Their School with Heather Marsh (FREE! thanks to Creative Victoria)
- Let’s Get Digital with Stuart Buchanan ($50)
Visit the website to see full details and register for the workshops.
- When: 21–22 November 2015
- Where: Queensland University of Technology, Kelvin Grove Campus,
- For more information and to register, visit the Australian Society for Performing Arts Healthcare website.
The Australian Society for Performing Arts Healthcare (ASPAH) recognises that all performing artists, young and old, amateur and professional, have unique needs that may not be met by standard models of healthcare.
The 2015 conference theme is 'A Career in the Spotlight: Enhancing Performance Health and Wellbeing'.
This year’s theme will inspire attendees to consider the health and well-being of the whole artist through evidence-informed practice, whether this is in the private teaching studio or the rooms of a healthcare professional.
Keynote speakers include international and national experts in performing arts healthcare: Dr Kate Hays, Associate Professor Rae de Lisle and Dr Cate Madill.
Researchers and clinicians in the fields of dance, drama, voice and music health will present their latest research and discuss possible strategies to overcome the health challenges associated with being a performing artist.
There will also be themed workshops about dance, music, voice and performing arts medicine research.
- When: Wednesday 25 November – Friday 27 November 2015
- Where: Footscray Community Arts Centre, Melbourne
- Registrations close on 20 November 2015 (unless sold out prior)
- For program and registration, visit the Arts Learning Forum web page.
The Arts Learning Forum program is a three-day event for arts professionals with a role or interest in arts education, learning or engagement across all art forms, ages and communities. Delegates will exchange insights, practices and creative ideas and be inspired by Australian and international leaders including Katherine Zeserson (UK), Anna Cutler Director of Learning from the Tate in London, and Deborah Cheetham Artistic Director of Short Black Opera Company.
The forum is part of the Australia Council’s continued commitment to build the capacity of the sector and to help make the arts more accessible to all Australians. It extends the work of the Arts Education Forum established by Major Performing Arts companies in 2010.
Drawing on the talents of over 60 contributing speakers, workshop leaders, panellists and provocateurs, the Forum will harness the collective knowledge and experience of arts learning leaders from around Australia. The Forum will include workshops, pecha kucha sessions, panels discussions, open space facilitation, open mic sessions, debate and resources across the breadth of the arts sector. Participants will be encouraged to share and discuss approaches to arts learning including: strategic vision, programs and their delivery, engagement methodologies and other issues.