14 November @ King Street Arts Centre ·
Presented by Ausdance WA ·
Join us for a discussion on where traditional aboriginal dance sits in the contemporary setting with Simon Stewart and Ian Wilkes.
Join Ausdance WA for a night of wine, cheese and of course DANCE! Our Networking Nights are a great opportunity to connect with the WA Dance Community and expand your knowledge. Following multitudes of requests on this subject, we decided to base the talk on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander dance.
Learn about the respectful use of Indigenous cultural material and information about life experiences with the basic principals of: respect, Indigenous control, communication and consultation. This is a timely opportunity to question our perceptions and expand our knowledge on how best to integrate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories and cultures. This is a great night for all individuals interested in dance.
About our guests:
Ian Wilkes is a traditional Noongar dancer, writer, director and actor who has performed recently in 3.3 and Kwongkan [sand] with Ochre Contemporary Dance Company. He is pictured in the above image with performers Nadia Martich and Isha Sharvani.
Simon Stewart is a celebrated Aboriginal contemporary choreographer, who is a Sessional Lecturer at WAAPA and regularly works with Ochre Contemporary Dance Company. Recently Simon worked with High School Students directly in a residency at All Saint’s College.
Limited spaces are available for this night so get in quick!
Wednesday, 14 November from 6:00 p.m. Doors open 5:30 p.m.
Large Meeting Room, Level 1, King Street Arts Centre
There will be wine and cheese on the night!
Members $10.00 | Non-Members $15.00
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