“On Course” 2016: choreographic project for tertiary dance students

APPLY: Online form hereOn Course 2016 is a mentored choreographers’ project for tertiary students. It is an opportunity to choreograph, develop and present a short work, with two public performances.  A panel will select the participating choreographers from the applications received. QL2 Dance will support you by timetabling choreographers, dancers, time and space; mentoring; publicity; administrative support; rehearsal space and performance venue.  On Course is for students at university or university-level courses (including NAISDA, NICA, and equivalent courses overseas). You can be in any year.

If you don’t want to choreograph, but want to dance in someone else’s work, please also put in an application.

You can read reviews of On Course 2015 here and here. And below are some photos by Lorna Sim.

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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. Continue reading

Choreographers invitation “On Course 2014”: development & performance opportunity

[Update 23 October. Well, its past the application deadline, but if you are keen, contact us now! ]

On Course is a choreographers’ project for tertiary students. You get a mentored opportunity to choreograph, develop and present a short work, with two public performances.  A panel will select the participating choreographers from the applications received. QL2 Dance will support you with mentoring; publicity; administrative support; rehearsal space and performance venue; and by timetabling choreographers, dancers, time and space.

On Course is for students at University or university-level courses (including equivalent courses overseas, and NAISDA). You can be in any year. Continue reading