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OnCourse 2019

Published: Thursday, 28 November 2019

QL2 Dance presents OnCourse 2019 New contemporary dance works from university dance students around Australia and New Zealand. Choreographers: Amelia Vanzwol, Caroline De Wan, Caspar Ilshner, Christopher Wade, Gabriel Sinclair, Jason Pearce, Karlia Cook, Lara Dorling, Marcel Cole, Mia Tuco, Otto Kosok, Patricia Hayes Cavanagh & Ruby Ballantyne. Provocateur & Mentor: Alison Plevey & Steve […]

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Children and adults playing together under large sheet

Meeting Place Dance Session


Come and have a big dance up session, and hear the findings from the Last Avant Garde’s Australia-wide performance workshops research with Deaf and disabled artists. Lunch will be provided. Presented by Alstonville Dance Studio and the Arts Access Victoria/Melbourne Uni/Sydney Uni Disability Arts research team. Please note: This session is limited to 15 participants. Please […]

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Rainbow Kids Yoga Training

Published: Monday, 18 November 2019

The 3 Day Rainbow Kids Yoga Teacher Training is a comprehensive, intensive and practical certification course. Be prepared to learn to teach yoga, whilst laughing, dancing, playing and singing! Most importantly, you will come out with immediate tangible knowledge and a lot of fabulous ideas to create original, captivating and fun yoga experiences for kids […]

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Hot To Trot


QL2 Dance presents Hot to Trot 2019 – New. Short. Young. Local. Contemporary. Dance. Young dancers from QL2’s Quantum Leap ensemble have created these short works, with support and mentoring from Artistic Director Ruth Osborne. Exploring ideas on; fast fashion industry, perspectives, facing your fears, the existence of lemons, making decisions, the life of a […]

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LGBTIQ+ Elders Dance Club

Published: Thursday, 31 October 2019

LGBTIQ+ Elders Dance Club is coming to Canberra! The fabulous Bec Reid and Tristan Meecham from Melbourne based arts company  All the Queens Men will be hosting their famous LGBTI Elders Dance Club, from 2-4pm on Saturday 23 November 2019 at Gorman Main Hall, Ralph Wilson Theatre, 55 Ainslie Ave, Braddon. This is a chance […]

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DESIGN Canberra: Open Studios

Published: Thursday, 3 October 2019

Come and discover the magic of creativity at Gorman Arts Centre as we open the doors to the artist’s studios as part of the DESIGN Canberra Festival. This is a chance to peek inside 13 working studios, from violin making and glass works to digital artworks and contemporary performance – this is a world waiting […]

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Power By QL2 Dance

Published: Friday, 6 September 2019

Chaos Project for 2019 explores the nature of power with it’s varying forms, imbalances and complexities. “What is power? Who has it? Who abuses it? Youth power, girl power, people power… together we are stronger. The power to make changes to our own lives, to our own destiny.” A new contemporary dance work by Artistic Director […]

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Tristan Meecham

Published: Monday, 2 September 2019

Tristan Meecham is an artist who facilitates creative frameworks that enable social transformation; connecting community, audience and artists together in events that transcend the everyday. He is the Director of All The Queens Men. All The Queens Men create spectacular theatrical and participatory arts experiences. Established with Bec Reid, All The Queens Men champion social equality, celebrating […]

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Filling the Space

Published: Wednesday, 26 June 2019

In FILLING THE SPACE, the Quantum Leap Ensemble explores the dynamic relationship of body and architecture. It breaks open the frames and borders that guide our movement in and out of space/s and playfully manipulates our emotional relationship to them. The theatre stage becomes a world of potential, of space filling and emptying, of new cosmic […]

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GODDESS: A Celebration of the Divine Feminine in Us All

Published: Monday, 20 May 2019

A night of dance, song, performance, beauty, burlesque, variety, ballet, original music, comedy, drag, diversity, inclusion, art and visibility. What is your concept of a Goddess? This show seeks to challenge the perception of what makes a Goddess through the medium of performance. A highly entertaining show that seeks to showcase the talents of humans […]

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