Pop-Up dance technique classes and performance practice
Runs every Tuesday
11th February - 1st April
5.30 - 6.30pm Lucky dip technique class
6.30 - 7.30pm Performance practice and learn a routine
Tracks Dance Studio
Frog Hollow Centre for the Arts
56 McMinn Street, Darwin
**Featuring guest artist Stephanie Spillet for the first 3 Tuesdays!**
Spillet will be teaching one of her awesome, hip-hop routines.
$5 donation per class
For further info, contact Jess Devereux: email@example.com
Tracks Dance are absolutely thrilled to announce that David and Tim are now Members of the Order of Australia (For significant service to the performing arts, particularly through the development of Indigenous dance)
Jacinda Richards's classes are well-known and respected interstate and overseas, for their openness and fun, providing opportunities for individuals and troubled communities to unite in the joy of movement and physical liberation, disregarding factors such as age, race or gender while promoting health, physical fitness, friendship, teamwork and unity!
Jacinda is committed to her professional development as a teacher and performer of Contemporary, West African, Jazz, Latin and Hip Hop dance and is passionate about sharing her life-long love of dance with the world. Limbs 2 Riddims specialises in working with individuals from diverse cultural backgrounds using Hip Hop dance as the medium to connect and engage. Limbs 2 Riddims is aware that expressing verbally can be challenging when newly arrived in Australia and using English as second language. Therefore Limbs 2 Riddims provides artistic outlet through hip hop dance workshops giving opportunity to individuals to express physically. Limbs 2 Riddims believes that dance has a place in everyone’s life and is a great way to unite and create peace and harmony in one’s self and community!
Monday 20th January 10am - 12 noon
Tuesday 21st January 5.30 - 7.30pm
Wednesday 22nd January 10am - 12 noon
Tracks Dance Company is seeking expressions of interest for its 2014 Choreographic Program
Led by choreographer and dancer Jess Devereux, the program is open to anyone with a desire to develop their understanding and practice of choreography, in a supportive and professional environment. It’s an opportunity to meet dancers, make new friends and explore a variety of processes, working in the beautiful Tracks Dance Studio at Frog’s Hollow Centre for the Arts. It aims to assist participants in uncovering their personal dance style and uniqueness, and to build the culture of dance making and appreciation in Darwin!
Jess is interested in diverse dance practices and making multi art-form projects, solo and collaborative and is particularly interested in dance film, contemporary music, costume, dance theatre and visual art. Jess facilitates workshops that explore all of these things plus improvisation, task orientated movement and writing. The program is all about developing your ideas and finding new moves and new ways! Most importantly, it’s about challenging yourself to find a deeper understanding of process and what goes into making strong dance work.
The fourteen-week program will run February 3 - April 11 then May 5 - June 1 (taking a 3 week break over Easter and school holidays). Two workshops will be run per week, ending in a public showing May 31 – June 1. The Tracks Choreographic Program is free.
“Sound like your kind of thing? Keen to know more?”
Contact Tracks Artistic Co Directors David McMicken and Tim Newth to say hello or to register, firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com or at the Tracks office phone 89411410. Please contact us before Dec 13, 2013
Studio Residency at Tracks Dance Company
In response to the ongoing challenge of accessible space for the development of dance practice, Tracks is again offering an opportunity for Northern Territory dance artists to use our dance studio, free of charge, to work on contemporary choreographic development, either through research or development.
Why not make the most of this wet season to work in our air-conditioned studio. Availability will be organised in consultation around Tracks Dance’s scheduled working periods. There is no requirement to complete a work. However, there will be a showing and forum of the artist’s development with a small group of industry peers.
This residency is not for commercial practice, such as classes or for rehearsals for funded projects. Dance artists of all backgrounds are encouraged to apply. There is no money attached to this opportunity.
Tracks Dance Studio has some times available from Nov 25th 2013 until March 26th.
Contemporary dance artists living or working in the Northern Territory pursuing an innovative practice are eligible to apply.
Successful artists are chosen on the basis of the quality and innovation of work, and the potential benefits to the applicant and to the broader community. Decisions are ultimately subject to the availability of the studio.
The number of successful applicants will depend on studio availability and time requirements of applicants, as well as:
• Calibre of artist / collaborating artists.
• Clear articulation of concept, rationale and process.
• Benefit of receiving the Studio Residency at this point in the development of a work OR to developing their practice.
• Benefit to the broader community.
Proposals should address the applicant’s reasons for wanting to undertake the studio residency and an outline of their project (which may be simply to pursue independent studio practice, or cultural exchange opportunities, etc.)
1. Proposal/outline of project (No more than one page)
2. Preferred starting date and an estimate of studio time needed
3. 1 page CV/bio demonstrating dance activity
The deadline for proposals has been extended to: Friday 29th November 2013
For more information, please contact:
Tel: 08 89 411 410