Each Tuesdays, 2-3pm
Tues-Sat, 12-1pm, 2020
1-2pm, 25 April 2020
“Content and Form”
Bus Projects and Shelley Lasica invite you to submit an expression of interest for Content and Form, a series of workshops about choreography designed for artists’ whose primary practice is neither dance nor choreography.
Content and Form will be held over three workshop dates which must be attended by all successful applicants. These sessions will address, in different ways, notions around the development of ideas individually and collectively, and the relationship and implications imbedded between these modes of working. The series will investigate the process of making work, the transmission of ideas and its distribution through choreography as a subject for discussion and as a mode of production. Discussions will be focussed on the areas of originality, the body, truth and context as well as accumulation of, and releasing from knowledge.
Content and Form will be held at the following times:
Bus Projects welcomes applications from individual arts practitioners at all career stages. Content and Form is designed for artist whose primary practice is neither dance nor choreography. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander practitioners are particularly encouraged to apply.
The Bus Projects’ Content and Form EOI closes at midnight Sunday 19th of January, 2020. Applications should be submitted through our online form. After the closing date, a shortlist of applicants will be invited to participate in the workshop series. Applicants are encouraged to check the dates as we would like to involve all participants in all three sessions as an ongoing process.
The EOI process has been designed to be as simple as possible. The submission should include:
For any questions, please contact Bus Projects’ Curator Public Programs Nina Mulhall: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please join us on Saturday 30 November from 2 - 4pm for 'The Design Plot'. This will be the final event at Bus Projects' current Rokeby st site. 'The Design Plot' is helping us say goodbye to our site that we have occupied since 2013 before we move into our new site at CAP in 2020.