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Choreolab24: Apply as a Dancer

29th April – 17th May 2024 (2 wks across the 3 wks hours to be negotiated)

Applications close: 22nd March 11:59pm

What is on offer:

Emerging Dancers (<2 years full time professional experience)

Two (or more*) emerging dancers will be employed for two weeks in the development period and will work across the projects. The dancers and choreographers will decide together how to make the most of the time. This is an opportunity to form connections, learn from and try out different choreographic styles and rehearsal processes with the aim of providing a skills sharing opportunity for dancers and dancing support to the choreographers. The industry showing at the culmination of Choreolab24 will be an opportunity to network and perform to respected colleagues from across the industry. 2 wks fees will be paid to each dancer as per the dancer weekly award for dancers with less than 2 years full time professional experience as stated in Dancers Australia Code of Practice 2023, plus super.

* we are currently fundraising in the hope to support additional dancers for this 2 wk period.

Please email with any queries.

To apply please complete the form below:

If you are not based in South Australia, please explain your ongoing connection to South Australia
You must be available for this period to be considered for Choreolab24
500 words max
URL link *If using this field type any letter in the field above
URL link *mobile phone recording quality is fine
Access requirements can be updated after the selection has been made, however receiving them early will aid in our planning as we may need to secure additional supports/alternate venue hire etc.
within the hours of 8am-6pm Monday - Friday (eg. not available Wednesday or Thursday afternoons) we will accommodate the 2 weeks of employment across the three week period.

Dance Hub SA acknowledges the Kaurna people as the custodians of the Adelaide region and that their cultural and heritage beliefs are still as important to the living Kaurna people today.

We also pay respects to the cultural authority of Aboriginal people visiting/attending from other areas of South Australia/Australia.

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