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Inflated to a pirouette? Maybe you are lucky in this school vacation! Ballet Workshops Australia will visit Griffith for a three-day workshop from April 12 to 14, leading creative dance art workshops to regional Australia. BWA is an organization that aims to provide dance opportunities for students in regional Australia, focusing on accessibility and inclusiveness for all. Invited teachers and choreographers from all over the country will be at Griffith to share experiences and train young dancers. BWA has been to Griffith twice before, collaborating with local dance students from Jodi’s Dance Company, SDS Griffith and DiSalvatore Dance Academy, as well as interested beginners. The master classes are open to everyone from the age of 7 and include classes in ballet, jazz, acrobatics, modern style, character, air conditioning, tap, musical theater and hip hop with private lessons. They will be divided into two categories – junior for those aged 7 to 10, and senior for those aged 11. IN OTHER NEWS The guest lecturers of the three-day seminar will be Gretel Palfrey, a British artist and former English National Ballet dancer who is currently performing in independent Australian projects. Sarah Haruta, an international performer, will also be teaching alongside New Zealander Blake Tuck as he prepares for larger-scale productions. “Each workshop includes a showcase for family and friends on the last day, where students perform part of what they worked on,” said BWA organizer and dancer Laura Bailey. “There is great joy in supporting and promoting art and dance in regional cities, and BWA is proud that students thrive and grow in every workshop.” More information and registration for the seminar is available on the Ballet Workshops Australia website. Creative Kids vouchers are accepted, places are limited. Our journalists make every effort to provide local, up-to-date news to the community. Here’s how you can access our trusted content:


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