Bawono and Ariestyowanti in ‘Yeah Gallery’.“NGA Play”, the coolest spot in the National Gallery of Australia, has just become that bit cooler with the arrival of Indonesian art duo Santi Ariestyowanti and Miko Bawono, known […]
The winning project was devised and delivered under the guidance of the company’s then artistic director, Liz Lea, assisted by Philip Piggin and Jane Ingall and the award went to “Liz Lea and Collaborators”.
“Great Sport!” was a site-specific dance, set at the National Museum of Australia, that celebrated the legacy of Australian movement and sporting history and was performed by the GOLD dancers group from Canberra Dance Theatre and Dance for Parkinson’s in the ACT to celebrate World Health Day last year.
Choreographers involved were Liz Lea, Martin del Amo, Kate Denborough and Gerard van Dyke of KAGE Physical Theatre, Tammi Gissell, and Dance for Parkinson’s teachers Philip Piggin and Jane Ingall, assisted by Debora di Centa, with support from Parkinson’s ACT and Belconnen and Tuggeranong Arts Centres.
All photos by Lorna Sim.