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Sharp Short Dance Digital 2021
 

Sydney’s beloved youth dance festival expands with exciting dance film content unearthing the finest young dance artists from Sydney and beyond. The festival provides a rare opportunity for aspiring choreographers, dancers and film makers to display their talents and creativity in a supportive environment. Active youth participation is encouraged in all genres and traditions of dance and media.

The festival features fifty dance films created by young dancers and choreographers 21 years and under, presented in three Heats online.

This is where you can vote for your favourite work by clicking on the heart next to the film. You may only vote once per Heat. The film which will gather the most votes will be going to the Final.

Winning works are eligible for awards including Most Innovative Choreography, Outstanding Male and Female Dancer, Outstanding Solo Performance, Outstanding Duet Performance, Outstanding Ensemble Performance, Audience Choice Award, Outstanding Dance Film Award sponsored by AFTRS and for the first time the Regional Dance Film Award sponsored by Cowra Civic Centre.

Finalists are also eligible for valuable industry secondment with Legs on the Wall, Sydney Dance Company PPY, Catapult Dance, Austinmer Dance Theatre and Academy of Music and Performing Arts.

This project has been supported through a City of Parramatta Creative Economy Grant.

 

Event details

Venue: Online
Bookings: https://riversideparramatta.com.au/show/ssdance2021/

Final Ticket Price from $10

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