NAIDOC Week Indigenous Dance class – all welcome


Participate in Indigenous dance and learn cultural knowledge with Jeanette Fabila.
This will be a fun, stimulating and enlightening class with an experienced teacher.
Ticket prices:
$15 for Ausdance members and concessions / $20 full price non-Ausdance members
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Saturday, 11 July 2015. Times:  2.15pm – 3.45pm
Aboriginal Centre of Performing Arts

No need to print your ticket.
PARKING: Ample parking available on site.
Disability access – please contact us for info.

 (Age limited to 15+)

This class is open to all people wanting to experience an authentic indigenous dance class, sharing and enjoying new movements. Non-professional dancers welcome.

Jeanette Fabila

Jeanette Fabila

Jeanette Fabila, is a teacher, choreographer, cultural consultant and performing artist, specialising in Indigenous Contemporary dance. Jeanette works to promote and maintain her cultural heritage of Aboriginal, Torres Strait Islander, Papua New Guinean and South East Asian, through a unique and innovative style of contemporary performance. In 1994 Jeanette trained at NAISDA, (National Aboriginal and Islander Skills Development Association), graduating with a Certificate in Dance and Associate Diploma in Dance with honours. Some more information by Jeanette about her practice.

Highlights of her career include performing at the 1996 Atlanta Olympics Flag handover ceremony and the Centenary of Federation Opening ceremony (Sydney 2000). She has also received great reviews for her work as choreographer of the 2002 production Black Chicks Talking by Leah Purcell and for Bungabura Productions, later assisting them in the 2004 ‘Cherbourg Youth Theatre Project’ as Director of Dance. Jeanette has also choreographed and performed as lead female dancer/singer for the ‘Sing Sing’ productions from 1996 – to 2010.

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Date(s) - 11/07/2015
2:15 pm - 3:45 pm

Aboriginal Centre of Performing Arts