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Guest Blog Post: Ellipsis

We are very excited to be working with a broad team of multidisciplinary artists for Soft Landing. One such group is Ellipsis, comprised of talented trio – Karen Gee, Felicity Steel and Susan Kennedy. Below, Karen shares with us a bit about their process, training and previous work together. Ellipsis Many years ago I was a student […]

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Soft Landing – Call for artists

Soft Landing is a showcase of dance and performance works which will be presented over 2 nights in June. The selected works will be performed in multiple spaces, with the audience guided from one experience to another in maximum groups of 20. Are you a choreographer,  performance artist or theatre director? Would you like to

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Drawing Dance

The Wintergarden in Geelong is a beautifully restored, historic bluestone building and home to numerous businesses including the studio of talented local Artist Jill Shalless. Blink Dance Theatre was fortunate to have Jill as Artist in Residence during the creative development of last years premiere performance The Red Tree. Working quickly, Jill sketched in charcoal and pencil capturing

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Contact Improvisation Workshop

Our studio practise for the last couple of weeks has focused on Contact Improvisation. The team have been working with a wonderful guest artist David Corbet; falling, flying, catching, leading, following, lifting and finding rolling points of contact whilst building trust between our new ensemble. Reduced to its simplest form, Contact Improvisation is an improvised

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Do Not Wait

There is a large pile of books beside my bed that could seriously be mistaken for a bedside table. Yep, someone went on a spending spree after discovering The Book Depository. I have just finished reading, A Director Prepares written by Anne Bogart. It includes 7 essays on Art and Theatre with chapters on Memory,

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