ONE WEEK TILL SHORT+SWEET DANCE 2013 IS HERE.
This year’s Festival sees the reboot of Dance on Film, which will be immersed in over 30 works by choreographers from all over Melbourne, Adelaide, Brisbane, Berlin and Tasmania.
Short+Sweet Dance Melbourne is a platform for emerging and professional choreographers to develop and showcase their work in a supportive environment, where their only concern is their individual creative process. We bring choreographers from a wide range of genres and experiences together to share and exchange ideas. Through this experience, developing choreographers have the opportunity to learn from dance professionals and acclaimed choreographers will be reenergized by the raw passion of our next generation movement makers.
In 2013 Short+Sweet Dance Melbourne sees a reboot of Dance on Film surrounded by over 30 new works by choreographers from Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, Tasmania, France and Berlin. Come and see returning award winning artists Rain Francis and Bicky Lee, the very popular Urban Irish Dancers and Short+Sweet Dance Melbourne’s youngest choreographer Gabriella at the fresh age of 13 present new and exciting dance.
SHORT+SWEET ARTS FESTIVAL MELBOURNE & AUSDANCE VICTORIA presents DANCE WILD CARD
|TWIST IT, GAMBLE IT, THROW ALL YOUR CARDS ON THE TABLE.
Short+Sweet Arts Festival Melbourne and Ausdance Victoria present the rebooted Dance Wild Card Program where audience, choreographers and dance lovers have the opportunity to experience performance and process in an afternoon of dance. This is your chance to not only witness but participate in how choreographers make tough artistic decisions in the dance making process.
THIS IS HOW IT WORKS:
Total running time of event is approximately 2.5 hours
Special audience prize of 4 double passes to Short+Sweet Arts Festival Gala Night on Sunday 8th of December.
Apply here - First 6 are in
Applications close Monday 2nd December
"Short+Sweet has given me the oppurtunity to create and develop solo material on myself which is ultimately shaping my evolution as an immerging artist. Through this festival I have met many wonderful people and have engaged with a network of people that I can work with, be inspired by, and learn from. In receiving the Short+Sweet Dance 2012 Most Outstanding Female Performer award for my performance in my work Man Up and Do a Solo I have gained confidence and belief in myself to continue working on the solo material and developing this work on myself this year as well as next year in Melbourne and abroad."
Bicky Lee, winner of Outstanding Work By A Female Performer
All festival photography published from past shows has been kindly provided by our Festival Photography Partner: 3 Fates Media