Timothy Ohl joins The Corner Dance Lab as one of the key resident artists working alongside Philip Channells (Dance Integrated Australia) and Gavin Webber (The Farm) at Jasper Corner in Federal, regional NSW from Friday 16 – Saturday 24 January 2015.
This event is an exciting addition to the Australian dance calendar, which attracts local artists and participants from across Australia and around the globe for a series of dance workshops, master classes and performance-making projects.
The Corner Dance Lab is an awesome initiative bringing a vast array of theatre / dance / music practitioners, to an already vibrantly artistic region of NSW, to share skills with the community. I’ll be sharing my current choreographic practice which focuses on rhythm through music, dance and text. Participants will be asked to use creative writing, informing the rhythm of their own personalised score, to affect the movement and sound of their “dance”. This will be one jam packed week of art. Timothy Ohl
Expressions of interest close Monday 22 December 2014.
For more information, email Sean Campbell <firstname.lastname@example.org> or telephone / text Philip Channells on +61 432 073 304.
The Corner Dance Lab 2015 will have Auslan interpreters available.
Timothy Ohl trained at Queensland University of Technology (QUT) and has been performing professionally for over 16 years. He has worked with Australian Dance Theatre (ADT), Force Majeure, KAGE, Shaun Parker & Co, Lucy Guerin Inc, Meryl Tankard, Legs on the Wall, Strings Attached, Stalker, Torque Show, Strut & Fret, Theatre of Image, The Song Company, Anton, Raw Metal, Lisa Wilson Projects and Chunky Move performing Stephanie Lake’s ‘Mix Tape’ – for which he received a 2010 Green Room award.
Timothy has most recently been creating and performing short works in Brisbane and at the Sydney Opera House and is currently in development of a full-length dance theatre show, supported by Force Majeure.
For more information about the event, go to Facebook or email Sean Campbell <email@example.com> for an Expression of Interest form.
Photo: Chris Herzfeld / Camlight Productions
The Corner Dance Lab 2015 was made possible by the Australian Government’s regional arts program, the Regional Arts Fund, which gives all Australians, wherever they live, better access to opportunities to practice and experience the arts.