Check out the amazing Laura Aboriginal Dance Festival. This episode features the Mapoon Dance Troupe and from Yarrabah the Gura Buna Gunggandji, the Yindjii Lower Coast and the State School Dancers.
There are now only seven weeks left before opening night and none of the actors has been up in the flying rigs yet! Lyn cracks the whip and puts the leads through their paces, but again time is against them. Can Lyn have the cast ready for opening night? Broadcast as part of SBS's Secrets And Lives series.
It's judgement day. The third years sit before the company panel and learn their fate - who will be offered a professional contract with the National Ballet Company and who will have to find a new dream?
This Manikay is sung traditionally by Djambarrpunu Clan. Milkarri is a sorrow Manikay (songline), is sung by women from this clan to cry about a longing for Ngurruyurrtjurr (homeland/clan).
The untold story of passion, music and rich Irish culture thriving in mainstream Australia.
The ABC of Dance 4 Film will challenge your expectations and tantalise your senses. Hosted by Australian dancer and choreographer Frances Rings and UK hip hop artist and theatre director Jonzi D, the three episodes showcase short dance films from around the world. The series is a unique collaboration between ABC TV, Channel 4 (UK), Arts Council England and the Australia Council for the Arts. The films have been sourced from eight different countries and also include five films that were chosen competitively to be especially commissioned for the project.
Two original and moving dance pieces, choreographed by the veteran Dutchman, Hans van Manen, using the music of Benjamin Britten and the Estonians Arvo Part and Tueuer. The pieces are energetic and sublime in their poise and subtlety.
Marie-Antoinette's private quarters in Versailles, the Petit Trianon, where she entertained lavishly, and the "peasant cottage", where she played shepherds, are in a sorry state of disrepair and closed to the public. Versailles' president, Christine Albanel, wants to transform the run-down estate into a major attraction.
This week on Art Nation, Fenella Kernebone looks at the multicultural art project Edge of Elsewhere exhibited at Campbelltown Art Centre. Namila Benson explores the world of Sikh music with the Dya Singh World Music Group. Daniel Marsden braves the skies and visits the remote Queensland town of Hughenden with three visual artists to discover what 'Flying Arts' is all about.
Versailles is one of Europe's main tourist attractions, drawing over 3 million visitors a year. That's a lot of people to walk through the palace's rooms and corridors and a lot of history to cover, from the Sun King, Louis the XIV to the French Revolution in 1789. The tour guides of Versailles are a passionate and dedicated lot, but their profession is threatened by the advent of the audio-guide.
Frederic Didier, head architect of Versailles, supervises a team of restorers, sculptors, stone masons, carvers, gardeners, and other highly skilled staff who fight a constant battle against time and decay. The painting collection alone comprises 6400 paintings, which means 6400 frames are in need of constant attention. Then there is the furniture, the sculptures, the decorative elements, the mural paintings and so on: a work in progress of Herculean proportions.
Wardbukkarra is the story of creation and the inevitable struggle between good and evil as told by the Bininj people from central western Arnhem Land.
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