Announcing a major commission by Carriageworks in partnership with Dance Integrated Australia and Force Majeure – A New Project.
Dance Integrated Australia’s Philip Channells will collaborate with Force Majeure’s new Artistic Director Danielle Micich and a company of artists with disability who will develop the work over a two year period. The work will culminate in a world premiere season at Carriageworks in October 2016.
A New Project is being developed and presented as part of Carriageworks’ National Strategy New Normal which will commission 10 new works by artists with disability over the next three years.
Call Out for Performers
Dance Integrated Australia and Force Majeure invite artists with physical, sensory, psychosocial, neurological, medical or intellectual impairment to participate in a weekend workshop audition.
Participants will work within a supportive environment where they will be encouraged to take risks exploring their physicality.
We are especially interested in artists from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds. Applicants must be based in NSW and be 18+ years.
When 9-10 May 2015, 10am-4pm.
You will be required to attend one of these days.
Where Carriageworks, 245 Wilson St, Eveleigh Sydney NSW 2015 T: (02) 8571 9099
We welcome your application if you:
– Are a highly skilled dancer, actor or physical-theatre performer who has an interest in devising process’ of dance theatre.
– Identify as a person living with impairments (a problem in body function or structure), activity limitations (a difficulty encountered by an individual in executing a task or action) and/or participation restrictions (a problem experienced by an individual in involvement in life situations).
To apply please complete and submit an Expression of Interest form online here by 5pm Monday 13 April, 2015.
If you have any questions please contact Bec Allen, Executive Producer on 02 8571 9084, 0402 136 650 or email email@example.com
Image of Natalie Bacci from the 1 in 5 film / courtesy of Torrid Films.