Calling young Indigenous dancers
FREE weekend with Luke Currie Richardson + Jacquie Cornforth
Contemporary dance FREE
Hip hop FREE
Cultural dance FREE
Dance theatre FREE
All Indigenous dancers(or aspiring dancers)
Ages 14-20, from Canberra region
SATURDAY 14 April 10am –1pm SUNDAY15 April10am –1pm
QL2 Dance, Gorman House Arts Centre,
55 Ainslie Ave Braddon
FREE! Just call us on 62473103 or email info@QL2.org.au or find us on Facebook and let us know you’re coming!
Luke Currie-Richardson performed at the 2009 Deadly Awards, and recently appeared in Wesley Enoch's 'I Am Eora'. He has trained in traditional Torres Strait Island dance since 2002 under Gerib Sik, and Noel and Kay Zaro. He is a des-cendant of the Kuku yalinji people and Munaldjali clan, with connections to Mer Island in the Torres Straits.
Jacqui Cornforth was born in Cairns and has Aboriginal (Yadhaigana/ Wuthathi–Drummond) and Torres Strait Islander (Thursday/Badu – Seden/Raymond) heritage as well as ties to England. She performed in Quantum Leap in Canberra (2000 –2007). They both studied at NAISDA for 2 years, and are now studying dance at Queensland University of Technology.