Escaped from uni to show you what they’ve been doing: “On Course”

On COurse 2014 flier stamper#2 1 1200And all of a sudden it’s December — and so young dance creators from around Australia and New Zealand have escaped from university to come to Canberra and show you what they are up to. Our “On Course” program gives them a great opportunity to work with their peers from round Australia. They have been exchanging notes about their courses, but more importantly  getting inspiration, building connections, and developing their work outside the constraints of course requirements.

OC_button_trybookingAnd then: performing for you. So don’t wait till they graduate: see them now!

Book early, don’t miss out! http://www.trybooking.com/GLVB

Come along on Saturday or Sunday (13 & 14 December) and you will see seven new short works, each less than 10 minutes. Some were created just for On Course. Stay for the forum afterwards if you want, and find out where they are from and where they are going.

The choreographers

  • Amanda Lee (VCA, Melbourne)
  • Ayesha Katz (WAAPA, Perth))
  • Chad McLachlan (VCA)
  • Dean-Ryan Lincoln (WAAPA)
  • Melanie Kerr (Falmouth University, UK)
  • Samuel Hall (New Zealand School of Dance)
  • Tanya Brown (WAAPA)

They will be joined by dancers Alana Stenning, Jason Pearce, Luke Fryer, Nasim Patel, Oonagh Slater, Ryan Stone, Siobhan McKenna and Ursula Taylor.

Here’s some photos from last year’s On Course.  Expect everything to be different!

On Course

6.45* for 7pm 13 & 14 December

Book early, don’t miss out! http://www.trybooking.com/GLVB
Tickets: $16, $12
30 cent booking fee for online bookings.
Online bookings close two hours before showtime, unless sold out. Limited seats may available at the door, from 30 minutes before each show, unless sold out.

*Venue doors will be closed at the start of the show — no latecomers admitted. 

OC_button_trybookingQL2 Theatre
A Block, Gorman House Arts Centre
55 Ainslie Avenue
Braddon, ACT 2612

 

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About Gary

Gary is General Manager at QL2 Dance, previously General Manager at the Australian Choreographic Centre which developed the approach to youth dance programs which forms the core of QL2's work. He is a recovering computer programmer and live sound engineer. He discovered social dance through contemporary dance.