Practice Sharing with Karul Projects

Practice Sharing is an arena to enter into artistic dialogue, an opportunity to share skills, a space for physical thinking, and a way to engage in different creative practices.

Facilitated by established local dance artists and visiting guest artists, the sessions are presented in an open, workshop-style format that may move between dancing, writing, choreographic research and discussion. 

Join Karul Projects as they take you through a diverse movement workshop. This artist-led program will introduce students to the practice of First Nations contemporary dance artist Thomas E.S. Kelly (Minjungbal-Yugambeh, Wiradjuri and Ni-Vanuatu) and Taree Sansbury (Kaurna, Narungga, Ngarrindjeri) with learning around dance appreciation, performance and composition. The workshop will let participants explore conceptual grounding in First Nations choreographic processes to build confidence in their own creative expression and physicality. Participants will take part in a warm-up, technical exercises and learn choreography from the work. This program develops from the choreographic narrative of Karul Projects’s work, SILENCE. Thomas creates work that explores high intensity physical performance, from a cultural practice fused with contemporary, incorporating voice and physical percussion. Creating work that ebbs and flows while mimicking nature, Thomas explores contemporary issues that offer an opportunity to share and celebrate Aboriginal knowledge and culture through dance.


Monday 22 April 2024

10:00am – 1:00pm


Studio 3 – Level 2

King Street Arts Centre

357-365 Murray Street, Perth WA



$20.00 for members

$30 for non-members

Maximum: 20 participants


The practice sharing will take place over 2 hours.

This workshop is open to body-based performers with over two – three years experience.

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