Dancebourne Arts - Artistic Development Program 2020

DBA Artist Beatrice Ramsay & DBA Apprentice 2016 Emilia Lakic in 'inBalance', choreographed by Luanne Hyson.
Photo by Ron Fung
DBA Artist Beatrice Ramsay & DBA Apprentice 2016 Emilia Lakic in 'inBalance', choreographed by Luanne Hyson. Photo by Ron Fung.

January - December 2020 Program is annual or per term. Optional, part-time hours: 10 hours per week over 3 days 20 hours per week over 4 days

This special development program will provide a handful of selected young artists, who have already completed full time classical and/or contemporary training, with a unique opportunity to gain first time experience training and working within a small professional dance company. The program is designed to develop young dancers technically and artistically, whilst providing performance opportunities and experience working with DBA artistic staff and DBA choreographers and artists of Dancebourne Arts.

Program participantion is by an OPEN AUDITION 11.30am - 1.30pm on Tuesday 17th December 2019 or via private audition at Dancebourne Arts studios, 26 D Ford Crescent, Thornbury 3071.

Please send CV/expression of interest to: ADP - Dancebourne Arts: Att: Luanne Hyson

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