The Right Foot | Growth and Renewal
Integrated dance workshops for all abilities
Throughout August and September DirtyFeet will present The Right Foot – creative dance workshops for people with-and-without-disability between the ages of 14 and 26 years. Registrations now open!
This popular inclusive workshop series is delivered in partnership with DirtyFeet and is provided FREE to participants.
Talented choreographer Brianna Kell will facilitate this year’s workshops and experienced DirtyFeet artists with and without a disability will support participants.
Brianna will guide participants through creative tasks exploring the theme of ‘Growth and Renewal’.
“I am committed to creating a safe and creative environment. I like to challenge each individual to find their creative voice and the confidence to express their own ideas whether it is through movement, sound, or art. I have a strong focus on warming up the body through contemporary dance based exercises so that as a workshop we are ready to express and create safely. I believe improvisation holds no boundaries and each individual can interpret freely to their own body capacity. I aim to include myriad of different techniques and activities within a workshop so that there is variation, yet I like to harness connection with a theme. In past integrated practices I have connected dance and theatrical approaches,” said Brianna Kell.
The program focuses on dance training, improving the health and wellbeing of participants, and is a confidence-building creative outlet. People from all backgrounds and experience are welcome.
“What I remember most about my time participating in The Right Foot workshops, is regaining a sense of confidence in my life while having fun and being creative.” (2016 participant Holly Craig)
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The Right Foot | DirtyFeet
Saturday 12, 19, 26 August & 2, 9 September
10am – 1.30pm
Studios 404, 404 Church Street (Cnr Ross St), Parramatta NSW 2150
Open to all levels of ability 14-26 years
Suitable for low to moderate support needs
Cost: Free, limited places. Registration essential.