Contemporary Dance Intensive

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Australasian Dance Collective’s Winter Contemporary Dance Intensive

Explore Both Sides of the Camera in Dance, July 5-9

Spend time with Australasian Dance Collective’s Artistic Director, Amy Hollingsworth, the incredible ADC ensemble dancers and some very special guest facilitators as you explore both sides of the camera and how to make compelling dance for the screen.

ADC’s Contemporary Dance Intensives are one of Australia’s most highly-regarded short contemporary dance training courses; offered annually in Summer and Winter in Brisbane, and regionally across Australia when possible.

With the theme of ‘Framed and Captured: Dance For Films’, in this year’s Winter CDI, you will be taken behind the scenes of two of ADC’s stunning new dance films – Cass Mortimer Eipper’s Liminal and Jack Lister and Ryan Renshaw’s Still Life. Learn to create movement for the screen using different choreographic tools, combined with framing and editing techniques.

There will also be plenty of opportunities to learn repertoire directly from the talented and inspiring ADC dancers, honing your technique and developing your physical vocabulary.

At the completion of this CDI, you will have gained not only an appreciation for the way digital dance is produced, but the practical skills to be able to create and edit your own dance films and audition videos.

These workshops are for dancers aged 12-13 years, 14-16 years and 17yrs+.

 

ADCs WINTER CONTEMPORARY DANCE INTENSIVE

‘Frame and Captured: Dance For Film’

Monday 5 – Friday 9 July
9am – 5pm daily
ADC’s Studios, Judith Wright Arts Centre, Brisbane
APPLY HERE:  australasiandancecollective.com/brisbane-contemporary-dance-intensive/

 

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