BSL Interpretation: Information
The following events at DanceLive 2021 will have BSL (British Sign Language) interpretation.
Thursday 14th October:
All post-screening Q&As for the 3 Screendance programmes will have BSL interpretation, performances are not BSL interpreted *.
Screen.dance - Movement
5pm: Online & at The Anatomy Rooms (Lecture Theatre)
A collective moving image homage to the pioneering contemporary dance
diva Margaret Morris (1891-1980) by Scottish and international artists.
Screen.dance - Simon Fidles (1962 – 2021)
7pm: Online & The Anatomy Rooms (Lecture Theatre)
A celebration of Simon Fildes as the editor and director of short screen dance films.
Screen.dance - Scottish Screen Dance
9pm: Online & at The Anatomy Rooms (Lecture Theatre)
A selection of screen dance works from Scottish based artists.
* Please note the majority of the Screendance films are predominantly visual and movement based, however there are some that contain spoken word. A selection of these films will have captions.
Friday 15th October
John Utans & Andy Howitt – 3012 Workshop & Performance
10am – 1.30pm: Online & at Schoolhill Studio
John Utans and Andy Howitt met in Adelaide as part of the New Moves choreographic Exchange between Scotland and Australia in 2000. For over 20 years they tried to make contact and work on a performance project. They met again in Melbourne in 2020 in postcode 3012 Time, falling, catching, suspended and passing. Ephemeral and transient. Connected – unconnected Repeated, imprinted and remembered. Reach, reach out and extend. Traces of significance.
10am-11am GMT/8pm-9pm AEST: Contemporary Class/Andy Howitt – This class will include warm-up and clearly focused dance combinations to create a fluid class.
11.15am-12.15pm GMT/9.15pm-10.15pm AEST: Improvisation Class/John Utans – John will lead us through a process of improvisations and a creative idea.
12.30pm-1pmGMT/10.30pm-11pm AEST: Performance of 3012 (with BSL interpretation)
1pm -1.30pmGMT/11pm-11.30pm AEST: Q&A with John Utans/Andy Howitt (with BSL interpretation)
Tickets for this workshop can be reserved under 'Enrolments' through Citymoves Mindbody Account
7PM Penny Chivas 'Burnt Out' plus Q&A
at The Anatomy Rooms (Dissection Room)
Weaving text with movement, we are taken through a fiery past layered with Black Summer’s sounds. As a dance-theatre work from the daughter of an environmental geochemist intertwining fact with personal account, Burnt Out stands as an intimate story and a universal meditation. One Australian’s experience of our changing climate.
Please note: this performance deals with Bushfires. There is a suggested guideline of 16 years+.
9PM Suzi Cunningham Dance Artist 'Rules to Live By' at The Anatomy Rooms (Dissection Room)
Rules to Live By explores how we navigate the world in relation to the influence of others, conformity, contortions, hedonistic desires and a will to break free from constraints.
Please note: there will be some flash lighting (not strobe). Age 12+
Sunday 17th October
5PM Fleur Darkin 'My Friends Take Care of Me' digital work
Fleur Darkin and the five bold performers of daring punk dance-theatre company Grupo Corina Wilson take over one of Buenos Aires’ most beloved old theatres to perform a live premiere of this intimate new work for audiences in Scotland and beyond. My Friends Take Care of Me is a love letter to girlhood, cinema, and a list of complaints about what shout be better.
Please note: this show contains descriptions of event that some viewers may find traumatic and some partial nudity. Age 12+.
Tickets for these shows can be purchased through Eventbrite.
Workshop enrolments through Citymoves Mindbody Account