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ACT: First Ladies: Significant Australian Women 1913 to 2013 - 4 June 2013
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NT: National Native Title Conference 2013 - 4 June 2013
QLD: Mother Courage and Her Children - 4 June 2013
VIC: Ghost Citizens: Witnessing the Intervention - 4 June 2013
NSW: Sydney Film Festival - 5 June 2013
NSW: Bangarra's 2013 Community Outreach Program - 6 June 2013
NSW: 19th International Symposium on Electronic Art and Carriageworks presents: Naala-Ba - 7 June 2013
NSW: BLAK - 7 June 2013
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NT: Barunga Music, Sports and Cultural Festival - 7 June 2013
NSW: Brenda L Croft - Vivid Ideas Mapping Cultures Session - 8 June 2013
CASM Bandnight - 13 June 2013
NSW: Christine Anu: REWIND: The Aretha Franklin Songbook - 14 June 2013
NT: 2013 Alice Springs Beanie Festival Competition - 21 June 2013
NSW: BREAKING GROUND - mid year show - 25 June 2013
NSW: The Commercial: Michael Riley, Portraits 1984 - 1990 - 28 June 2013
NSW: Tjupi Band - 29 June 2013
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25 June 2013 to 27 June 2013
NSW: BREAKING GROUND - mid year show
The 2013 NAISDA mid year show is called 'Breaking Ground' in acknowledgement of this year’s NAIDOC theme, celebrating the 50th anniversary of the presentation of the Yirrkala Bark petitions to the Federal Parliament.
The choreographers are all responding to this theme with works that look at overcoming obstacles, making new discoveries and exploring new ideas.
“Today we look to a future that better understands and celebrates the unique connection that Aborigines and Torres Strait Islanders share to country, as we continue to build an Australia that reflects the achievements and furthers the aspirations of our people.”
2013 NAIDOC Week Committee
The mid year show is traditionally a time for the Developing Artists (DAs) to show their emerging choreographic skills and this year will be no different. Other works to be presented include “Conversations – a work in progress” choreographed by Dance Co-ordinator Raymond Blanco and an excerpt from Artist in Residence Gary Lang’s work “Mokuy (Travelling of the Soul)”. As well there will be works by Contemporary Urban Dance teacher Pam Williams, Ballet teacher Francoise Angenieux and a contemporary work by Chenoa De Vries. The finale will be a Torres Strait Island work for the male Developing Artists , choreographed by Sani Townson.
Performances on Tuesday 25 June at 6.30pm, Wednesday 26 June at noon and 6.30pm and Thursday 27 June at noon. Each performance lasts approximately one hour. Entry by gold coin donation. Group and school bookings welcome. All performances are at NAISDA Dance College, Building 31 Mt Penang Parklands, Kariong.
To book please call Meaghan Bonser on 4340 3100 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information: NAISDA
Contact : Jennifer Dakers
Phone: 4340 3121
Venue: NAISDA Dance College
Address: Building 31 Mt Penang Parklands
City: Kariong NSW 2250