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Dr Anita Ratnam, based in Chennai (Madras), India, is highly respected as a performer, writer, speaker, arts entrepreneur and culture mentor. She has been described as an ‘intersectionist’, whose work weaves the many disciplines of dance, theatre, spoken word, ritual, archaeology, dramaturgy and women's issues. For over 40 years, her distinguished career has witnessed over 1000 performances in 27 countries. In 2018, she was awarded the prestigious Sangeet Natak Akademi Award for contemporary dance by the President of India. This is Ratnam’s first performance tour of Australia and will include the following events. Solo Performance of Ma3Ka and Artist Talk at Chunky Move for Mapping Melbourne 2018 Saturday, 1st Dec 6 pm to 8 pm Chunky Move 111 Sturt Street, Southbank, VIC 3006 Buy Tickets She is energy, exuberant in play. The joy of experience passed on generously from within. She is a confluence, a woman, owning her powers. She is Ma3Ka. Woman. Earth Mother, three times and…Find out more »
Midsumma Festival Announcement: Midsumma Festival is proud to announce the recipients of Midsumma Futures. It's a nine-month development , and mentorship program for emerging artists and culture-makers, kicking off in October 2018. Besides, Midsumma-Futures provides opportunities for early-career-artists for advancing their skills, deepening practice, gaining exposure and leading the future of queer-culture. Moreover, the program brings together a range of emerging cultural-practitioners, creating a unique space for the intersection of ideas and modes of practice. Undoubtedly, the artists range from producers, socially engaged practitioners, community leaders, and culture-makers. Midsumma Festival 2019: Midsumma Festival will reveal itself in all its finery once again. Yes, it'll bring a kaleidoscope of preeminent queer arts and cultural festivities from 19 January to 10 February 2019. It's since 1988 that Midsumma Festival has been celebrating LGBTQIA+cultures. It's been offering Melbourne audiences a diverse array of performances, talks and social events with leading local and global artists.…Find out more »
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