Dance Makers Collective are offering one fully subsidised placement to an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Island artist for their upcoming Mobilise program with Kristina and Sadé Alleyne (Akram Khan, Ultima Vez).
In 2019, Dance Makers Collective host rising international stars Kristina and Sadé Alleyne for the inaugural Mobilise Dancer Training Program. Mobilise provides an opportunity for local artists to learn new skills and train with a pioneering international artist or team of artists, without having to travel overseas.
For the inaugural program, Alleyne Dance will host a week-long training program in their signature style: Dynamics, Rhythm & Texture.
The intensive format includes morning class from 10am, followed by sessions in repertoire, choreography and creative skills. Participants in the intensive will consolidate a short work towards the end of the intensive to be performed at the opening night of A Night's Game on 5 September.
26 - 30 August 2019
10am - 5pm
Applications due end of 22nd July 2019.
Applicants who are unsuccessful will still be eligible for Early-bird registration price.
If not Sydney based, the artist will need to arrange their own travel and accommodation for the duration of the intensive.