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EXPR Collective presents Dance Speaks Launch 2013!  Dance Speaks is a monthly meet-up for dance artists in Melbourne. We invite you to share, question and create critical knowledge, research and methodologies; the history and future of our dance.

Dance Speaks welcomes Launch guest artists Shelley Lasica and Phillip Adams. Lasica and Adams are internationally recognised choreographers and creators with dance performance careers that span over 25 years. Both artists will present a selected account of their work and their ‘non-dance’ influences. Each artist will speak for one hour with time for you to ask questions at the end.

Arrive at 6.30pm to grab a drink before the first speaker starts at 7pm

SPEAKERS: Shelley Lasica and Phillip Adams


Chaired by Bryce Ives

RSVP via Facebook or contact Leah Landau 0423116156

We look forward to seeing you there!

Leah Landau

EXPR Collective


Shelley Lasica:
Shelley Lasica has an ongoing dance practice that encompasses solo and ensemble performance work. She has been presenting this work in different situations in Australia and abroad for over 25 years. She works consistently with artists in many other fields including Milo Kossowski, Anne-Marie May,Tony Clark, Roger Wood, Helen Grogan, Robyn McKenzie, Martin Grant and Franc Tétaz.
Lasica has and continues to contribute to other artists on their projects including Susan Dimasi and MaterialbyProduct, Keith Deverell, Marianne Weems and The Builders’ Association, Barrie Kosky and Lyndal Jones. In Australia her work is represented by Anna Schwartz Gallery.

Phillip Adams, Artistic Director of BalletLab
Phillip Adams’ career in dance and performance spans over 25 years, contributing to the richness of the performing arts. Adams defines a model and a psychological environment for working in which collaborators continually extend the parameters of dance-based performance to produce bold artistic statements that resonate, inspire and entertain. Adams’ works are development around a multi platform of curatorial context in urban, theatre, gallery/museum and exhibition forums.

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