Presented by Dance Makers Collective
Supported by PYT Fairfield
Thursday evenings between 24 September and 17 December 2020
6pm - 8:30pm
Full price: $400 +GST
Equity scholarships available
To coincide with Future Makers' latest work in development, Dance Makers Collective and Future Makers present a series of workshops led by some of our favourite dance makers.
Held on Thursday evenings from 6pm - 8:30pm at PYT Fairfield, aspiring dancers and makers aged 15 - 24 are invited along to train with us in a challenging, fun and welcoming space - whatever your practice, if you want to connect with other young artists, and learn from some of the best makers in Sydney, this is the space to do it!
The program involves 10 sessions with 10 professional dance makers, leading sessions in their unique choreographic and dance practices.
Thursday 24 September - Richard Cilli
Thursday 1 October - Brianna Kell
Thursday 8 October - Martin del Amo
Thursday 15 October - Lee Serle
Thursday 22 October - Katina Olsen
Thursday 29 October - Zachary Lopez
Thursday 19 November - Craig Bary
Thursday 26 November - Riana Head-Toussaint
Thursday 10 December - Ryuichi Fujimura
Thursday 17 December - Julie-Anne Long
Limited spaces are available, to ensure a COVID safe training space.
Due to the limited capacity of the workshop program, interested participants are asked to first express interest by completing this form.
Applications close Thursday 17 September, all applicants will be notified of their place in the program by COB Friday 18 September.
To enable participants from all backgrounds to participate, DMC offers equity scholarships on a needs basis - if you cannot afford the full program fee, do not be dismayed! Let us know when completing the form, there are limited scholarships available including partly (50%) and fully subsidised places.
Dance Makers Collective acknowledge the Darug peoples, the traditional custodians of the land of Western Sydney, whose land we have the privilege to dance and work on. We acknowledge their survival and resilience, and pay respect to Darug Elders past, present and emerging, and recognise their continuing connection to the land, water and community for over 65,000 years.