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Adelaide Festival Centre’s centrED presents

Dance Geometry

Shapes of Adelaide Festival Centre
Dance Schools
Artspace
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5 shows
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Accessibility

Prices

School Price

$350.00

Equity School Price

$250.00
Book now
Bookings required

Accessibility

Prices

School Price

$350.00

Equity School Price

$250.00
Book now
Bookings required

Accessibility

Prices

School Price

$350.00

Equity School Price

$250.00
Book now
Bookings required

Accessibility

Prices

School Price

$350.00

Equity School Price

$250.00
Book now
Bookings required

Accessibility

Prices

School Price

$350.00

Equity School Price

$250.00

Transport subsidies are available for regional and equity schools.

If travel costs prohibit attendance at an Adelaide Festival Centre presented performance or workshop, subsidies are available to eligible schools. Learn more or apply.

This exciting new program from centrED and choreographer Tanya Voges, explores mathematical concepts and principles of geometry through dance in response to the shapes found in the architecture and artworks of Adelaide Festival Centre.  

Workshops involve moving through space, embodying shapes, and collaborating with classmates using time-based choreographic tasks to create dance through the lens of mathematics.  

Inclusive to all levels of dance experience, these workshops will centre students in their learning and support their connection between mathematics, the world around them and the arts.  

Year 1-3 

Workshops will focus on recognising the shapes of the buildings and artworks of Adelaide Festival Centre and responding through movement using elements of dance.  

Year 4-6  

Workshops will focus on creating a series of dance sequences that respond to the geometry in the art and architecture of Adelaide Festival Centre. Students will explore the translation, reflection and rotation of shapes throughout the Festival Centre by considering level, direction and locomotion in dance.

For schools

Capacity for each workshop is one class group (ideally 20-25 students, maximum 30 students). The fee is per workshop. 

centrED encourages teacher participation in these workshops to increase student participation.  

Participants (students and teachers) are required to wear clothing that allows uninhibited movement (i.e. PE uniforms). 


Accessibility
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Australian Curriculum — Learning Areas
Australian Curriculum — Capabilities

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Performance Location: Artspace

A photo taken from the riverbank of Adelaide Festival Centre, with a view of surrounding buildings in the background.

You can enter the ArtSpace by foot from North Terrace, Adelaide Railway Station, Adelaide Oval, or King William Road. 

From North Terrace, walk down the laneway alongside SkyCity Casino. From King William Road, you can walk over Festival Plaza (theres a lift and escalator down to the Dunstan Playhouse level) or along the Walk of Fame from Elder Park.

Access

There is an accessible drop off area located off Festival Drive under the Riverbank Footbridge.

A designated disability drop off is also available 45 minutes before performances. To access this drop off area, turn onto Festival Drive from King William Road, pass the Festival Plaza car park entrance and stay left, driving through the EOS Hotel visitor drop off loop to arrive at the Dunstan Playhouse access drop off. 

Taxi services

The best place to be dropped off by taxi is on King William Road at the Festival Theatre or on North Terrace. There is also a drop off area located off lower Festival Drive underneath the Riverbank Footbridge. 

Car parking

The nearest car park is located behind Adelaide Convention Centre on Festival Drive - next to the Riverbank Footbridge. The eastern lift will take you to the promenade level where it's a short walk to the theatre entrance. Visit the Adelaide Convention Centre website for more information. 

Public transport

Accessible by many forms of public transport. Including trains, buses, the tram (stop at Railway Station) and a free bus service that operates on a loop throughout the city and North Adelaide with stops on the corner of King William Road and North Terrace.

We want to make your visit as enjoyable as possible and offer many ways to assist if support is required.

Accessible seating

Accessible and stair-free seating is available in this venue.

Toilets

Accessible toilets are available at all Adelaide Festival Centre venues.

Assistance animals

Every theatre and event/function area of Adelaide Festival Centre is assistance animal friendly. 

Audio assistance

Audience members who require hearing assistance are now able to enjoy the show via the Beyerdynamic Hearing System. Please advise the operator at the time of booking. 

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