Ravensthorpe Town Hall Saturday 22nd June.
Doors open 6.00pm - Performance starts 7.00pm and runs for 1 hour.
Wintering is a new contemporary dance work inspired by the fragility and strength of an iced landscape. Created by West Australian choreographer Aimee Smith; Wintering uses dance along with imagery and sounds collected from her photographic expedition to the Arctic Circle as part of the 2010 Arctic Circle Project.
Wintering asks audiences to consider what it is like to live in a changing and disintegrating world, to sit with the tension of beauty and destruction, hope and fear.
Wintering is touring to Mandurah, Margaret River, Albany and Ravensthorpe after performances in Perth at the Studio in the State Theatre Centre of WA.
Ticket price - includes Light meal of Soup and Bread, Finger food and Chocolate Fountain/Tea and Coffee
$20 Child 12 – 18 years
Tickets can be pre purchased at Hopetoun and Ravensthorpe CRC’s – (helpful for catering)
A digital photography exhibition of slides of images taken by Aimee Smith in the Arctic will also be displayed at the venue.
Bar Facilities available, including Mulled wine and Mulled Cider NO BYO
Free Bus departs from outside Hopetoun School at 5.00pm, returns to Hopetoun approx 9.15pm
Also as part of this event Aimee will be running a 1 hour free dance workshop for male/female participants aged 14 years + from 2 – 3 pm in Ravensthorpe
Enquires Ainsley Foulds 0427 383 078.