Some of the most acclaimed innovative dance, music and theatre makers appearing as part of OzAsia Festival 2021 will be offering unique learning opportunities for students and practicing Adelaide arts makers across the festival.
Yui Kawaguchi & Alison Currie (Somewhere, Everywhere, Nowhere) | FRI 15 OCT 4pm
Learn methods for generating choreography, composition, and collaboration with the dancers from Somewhere, Everywhere, Nowhere.
Belle Chen (Destinations) | WED 20 OCT 3pm
Participants will hear from the award-winning neo-classical composer on sound design, composition, her creative approach for Destinations and demo-making.
Sue Healey (OnView: In Translation / The Long Walk) | MON 25 OCT 10am
Filmmaker Sue Healey outlines the duet between the dancer and the camera – from visual awareness, the frame and movement within it.
Kuya James (Pinoy Street Party) | TUES 26 OCT 5pm
Learn from the prolific Australian producer on creating innovative work and finding your audience, with specific focus on his recent project Pinoy Street Party.
CAAP Artist Lab | Nov 1 – 5
Contemporary Asian Australian Performance (CAAP) brings its exciting professional development program to OzAsia Festival, led by performance maker Valerie Berry. Aiming to expand artistic practices and experiences for South Australian artists, the CAAP Artist Lab is an unprecedented collaboration with leading SA companies Act Now Theatre, Brink Productions, Nexus Arts, State Theatre Company of South Australia, Vitalstatistix and Assemblage Centre for Creative Arts, Flinders University.
Ragav Handa & Maharshi Raval (Two) | WED 3 NOV 5pm, 90 mins
A contemporary dancer and maestro tabla player share their creative process and repertoire, and the science of the rhythms they have used to create the dynamic physicality in Raghav’s work Two.
Mayu Kanamori (Two) | THU 21 OCT and FRI 22 OCT, 11AM and 2:20PM, 120 mins
Untitled.Showa workshops are designed to facilitate understandings of family, vernacular photographs and found photography as an artform. Participants will find out more about the Untitled.Showa collection, respond creatively to it and take part in solving a historic puzzle to collectively (re)unite the photographs with the subjects, their families or the copyright holder.
Facilitated by Mayu Kanamori
See events below for workshop and registration information
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