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DANscienCE Moving Well explores the nexus between dance and science in the fields of health, well-being and longevity.
The one-day event at Riverside Theatres, Parramatta, curated by Liz Lea (Outstanding Achievement in Community Dance – Australian Dance Awards 2017), features performances, films and talks with guest artists and health specialists moderated by arts journalist, Caroline Baum.
MOVING Well will promotes creativity in all ages and the way in which current research and practice in the areas of dance and health bring value to our bodies and minds at varying stages of life.
We have 15 speakers hailing from across Australia and from the US and UK who will cover areas including mental health, connection to country, technique, mixed abilities and recovery from illness. We have presentations ranging from movement in babies to a performance by the living dance legend Eileen Kramer, who is 103.
Saturday June 2, starting at 10am
Presented by FORM Dance Projects and Riverside Theatres
Directed by Liz Lea
Patron Prof. Graham Farquhar AO
Senior Australian of the Year 2018
“The important point to note, however, is that as a dancer I made a wonderful biophysicist.”
Tickets to DANscienCE Moving Well include either Friday or Saturday of RED. Please select your preferred performance time when booking online.
GROUPS 5+ Please call Box Office on 8839 3399
Full Day Package $65 each
Part Day Package $55
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