SALAMANCA MOVES is a new festival, commencing in 2016. It will inspire and empower a community of dance agents for change: movers will challenge and re-imagine the dancing body; extraordinary art experiences will innovate local and national dance conversations. The Festival will feature dancers and dance-makers who have trained for decades and performed on world stages, dancers who identify with a disability, dancers on the streets, in hidden spaces and across the Salamanca Precinct. Diverse dance will be main-streamed with the deep belief that the more difference you share the more dance has to say as an art-form.

21 September – 1 October, 2016
Hobart, Tasmania Australia

Our ambitious program showcases two weeks of workshops, performances and events, including the High School Dance Program!

High School Dance Program
21 September, 2016
9:00 am – 12:45pm

Do you have a class or small group of students who would like a chance to perform in the inaugural SALAMANCA MOVES festival?

If you agree to create a dance (under 6 minutes) with the theme “VIRAL”

We will present the work at Moonah Arts Centre, provide a morning tea and Q+A with industry professionals and then DRILL and Stompin’ will perform a special concert for you and your students.

Submissions are welcomed from School’s delivering the Australian Dance Curriculum.

Cost $8/ head for participating students, no fee for teachers.

Fill out the form below by 22 July 2016 and we will get back to you soon.

Tip: read the form first and have all your content prepared before starting – the submission must be done in one sitting and cannot be saved.

Questions? Speak to the project coordinator 0467 661170 or email us your query.

Schools, register your interest in SALAMANCA MOVES 2016

  • Does your group have special needs, for example.
  • NOTE

    There will be a participating fee of $8 for each student.
    Tick to agree.
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