Act Belong Commit Let’s Dance workshops
We’re reaching for the stars with an immense story of climate action and hope. Now’s your chance to be part of it!
Come along to our FREE community dance sessions to find out more and join the cast of local performers for the Northcliffe performance.
The Stars Descend is created by Annette Carmichael Projects and Northcliffe’s workshops are facilitated by Annette Carmichael and Chrissie Parrott.
Everybody from the age of 14 upwards is invited to dance in this project. No dance experience necessary.
Attend one or all workshops to find out more.
All sessions are FREE
REGISTER HERE: https://forms.gle/vvh2MsPcpVjJCEJZ8
Monday 29 August 2022, 6.30pm – 8.30pm
Tuesday 30 August 2022, 9.30am – 11.30am
Northcliffe Town Hall
Sunday 28 August 2022, 1pm – 3pm
Southern Stage Performing Arts Studio, 59 Giblett Street, Manjimup WA
FOR FURTHER INFO
Visit www.distributed15.com.au for more information and to learn about the process behind The Stars Descend.
Thanks to our Let’s Dance project partners:
About The Stars Descend
The Stars Descend is vast trail of dance performances to inspire climate action and hope.
The Stars Descend, by Annette Carmichael Projects, is a vast trail of dance performances about climate action and hope. It explores our shared responsibility to care for each other and the natural world, and unfolds over five regional locations.
The project is inspired and informed by consultation with First Nations Elders, scientists and ecological groups. It is co-created by some of Western Australia’s most impactful artists, together with local community.
Performances take place in spectacular outdoor settings and celebrate the rich biodiversity and ongoing restoration of a 1000km wildlife pathway, supported by the environmental program called Gondwana Link.
In Margaret River (Wooditjup), Northcliffe, Porongurup, Fitzgerald and Kalgoorlie (Garlgula/Karlkurla), dedicated teams of professional artists are working together with community, to produce stunning outdoor performances…a super sonic dance experience that celebrates diversity and biodiversity across the Gondwana Link.
The Stars Descend is inspired and informed by consultation with First Nations Elders, scientists and ecological groups. It is co-created by professional artists and local community. Performances happen across the Gondwana Link, 17 March – 1 April 2023.
Thanks to our The Stars Descend project partners: