Make a Dance in a Week 2018
Tracks Dance Studio
16-20 April (Term 1 School Holiday) 2018
Make a Dance in a Week (MADIAW) is back in 2018. Tracks’ once-yearly school holiday program that engages school students in intensive movement workshops and closely involves participants in a fun and challenging choreographic process.
The 2018 program will be facilitated by Tracks Dance Tracktivators and Alumni Jordan Bretherton and Madeleine Brown to create a supportive environment that encouraged creativity, problem solving, teamwork, initiative and physical expression.
The program is open to primary, middle and secondary school students for daily workshops, followed by a performance of the dance pieces created during the week-long program at Live Darwin Hub (Smith Street Mall) in the afternoon of the final day, Friday April 20.
If you are interested in the MADIAW program, please register your details here.
The cost of the program is $100, which can be paid with a Northern Territory Government Sports Voucher. Please note there is no EFTPOS facilities at Tracks Dance Studio, see infomation in registration form for more details on payment options.
Make a Dance in a Week is part of the Tracks Participation Program.
Tracks Inc is assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body; and is proudly sponsored by the Northern Territory Government.
Artistic Co-Directors: David McMicken and Tim Newth
Company Director: Adelaide Wood
Administrator: Jessica Mellor
Production Manager: Duane Preston
Dance Animateur: Kelly Beneforti
Bookkeeper: It Figures
Committee Members: Mary Durack (Chairperson), Glenn Bernardin (Treasurer), Michael Grant, David Taylor, Ken Conway, Venaska Cheliah. David McMicken, Tim Newth, Adelaide Wood (Ex-Officio Members)
Public Fund Trustees: Rev. Steve Orme, Dr Anita Toth, Ippei Okazaki
Patron: Her Honour the Honourable Vicki O’Halloran AM, Administrator of the Northern Territory
Register for Make a Dance in a Week here.
Open to students in Grade 4 to 12.
Workshops are delivered in 2 sessions each day