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In Situ takes over St George's Cathedral in 2017!

In Situ is an annual performance platform that showcases four new short dance works by a range of emerging and experienced independent WA choreographers.

In 2017, the season will be staged at St George’s Cathedral. The result will be a performance season that uniquely activates infrastructure situated in the heart of Perth. A blend of dance, music and architecture, the audience will be taken on a journey of discovery through a familiar site in an unfamiliar way.

To apply, please complete the application form, save as a PDF and return along with relevant support material to insitu2017sgc@gmail.com by midnight Sunday 16 April. Applicants are encouraged to keep their application brief and concise. The form is designed to take minimal time and effort - dot points are completely acceptable when pitching your concept.

 

In Situ takes over St George's Cathedral in 2017!

In Situ is an annual performance platform that showcases four new short dance works by a range of emerging and experienced independent WA choreographers.

In 2017, the season will be staged at St George’s Cathedral. The result will be a performance season that uniquely activates infrastructure situated in the heart of Perth. A blend of dance, music and architecture, the audience will be taken on a journey of discovery through a familiar site in an unfamiliar way.

To apply, please complete the application form, save as a PDF and return along with relevant support material to insitu2017sgc@gmail.com by midnight Sunday 16 April. Applicants are encouraged to keep their application brief and concise. The form is designed to take minimal time and effort - dot points are completely acceptable when pitching your concept.