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SA arts and culture news in brief: Thrilling contemporary dance on stage and screen, finalists selected in health art prize, a new appointment at Slingsby, artists secure prestigious international scholarship, and two local writers’ festivals unveil programs.
Polystyrene and other industrial plastics are upcycled and transformed in a bold new dance performance that investigates humans’ relationship with objects and challenges our thinking about waste.
The Australian Ballet, in collaboration with Chicago’s Joffrey Ballet, combines old-world charm with state-of-the-art technology in a truly exceptional production of Tolstoy’s Anna Karenina.
Acclaimed Indigenous dancer and choreographer Daniel Riley – a former member of Bangarra Dance Theatre – has been appointed to succeed Garry Stewart as artistic director of Adelaide-based Australian Dance Theatre.
Five extraordinary dance works from around the world are showcased in Australian Dance Theatre’s Convergence, but the program is also a celebration of human ingenuity and the willingness to come together to share stories and ideas, however far apart we are.
Five young male dancers are stepping out of the shadows in a new disability-led dance-theatre show that draws on their own experiences to explore themes of manhood and identity.
SA arts and culture news in brief: Campaign launched to help Restless Dance Theatre, where to get your Oscars movie fix, new grants for SA Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander creatives, a Star Wars treat, and a local art school tops student survey.
Dancers in insect bondage gear, others with heads joined by elastic-strapped hammocks: Garry Stewart blows our minds once again with an ambitious and innovative exploration of what the future might hold for humanity.
The fragility of existence is laid bare in Sydney Dance Company’s Impermanence, a masterful display of music and movement held in perfect symbiosis.
Lewis Major’s contemporary dance career has taken him from a sheep farm in SA’s South-East to stages across the world. Now the young choreographer is presenting an ambitious new double bill at the 2021 Adelaide Festival.
Game-changers from opposite ends of the spectrum – the streetwise avant-garde and the dance establishment – lifted the veil on a brave new world in this double bill streamed live from London’s Sadler’s Wells.
In Australian Dance Theatre’s Adelaide Festival work Supernature, outgoing artistic director Garry Stewart continues his quest to understand the inextricable place of human society within nature.