Training Archive


17 August 2012 - 19 August 2012

This workshop will provide an immersion in BODY WEATHER principles alongside elements of BUTOH training.

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25 June 2012 - 06 July 2012

The Anniversary Edition of our Winter Intensive is BIG! It comprises a series of fascinating physically-diverse workshops by accomplished artists and movement pratitioners who have long been associated with Dancehouse throughout it's 20 year history. 

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Everyday Making, Showing, Talking

28 April 2012 - 29 April 2012

Becky Hilton: 'Everyday in this class we'll aim to make something, show it to somebody and talk about it.'

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Choreographic Systems

12 May 2012 - 13 May 2012

Prue Lang: This workshop will be an introduction to the systems explored by Prue Lang in her own creative practice.

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18 February 2012 - 19 February 2012

Come and spend the day at Dancehouse and try our classes for free!

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13 February 2012 - 24 February 2012

Ooze back into your body and mind with the first week of our training intensive with a delicious combination of classes in improvisation and somatic practices.

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Self Portrait in Movement

20 January 2012 - 29 January 2012

"Movement is life. When we move with consciousness and intention to expres who we are, and invest ourselves in our movement then we are celebrating like and the life forces that flow through us."

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Curriculum Matters

26 August 2012

This workshop/forum discusses the advent of the Australian Curriculum and the delivery of Dance as one of the subject areas due for implementation in schools in 2013.

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ATTAKKALARI - Contemporary Indian Dance Workshop

04 February 2012 - 05 February 2012

The Arts Centre Melbourne and Dancehouse are pleased to present a workshop by Jayachandran Palazhy, the founder and Artistic Director of Attakkalari Centre for movement Arts in India.

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Dance and the Alexander Technique with Lucia Walker

13 November 2011

This is Lucia Walker's second visit to Melbourne and she is hosted by the School for F.M. Alexander Studies.

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