Milkshake

Presented by Sarah Anne Ling with Tessa Broadby

Where When
Crack House October 4th, 6.30pm – 7.10pm
Crack House October 5th, 5.30pm – 6.10pm

Directions: Shake well before use. Apply liberally and evenly to all areas. Re-apply as necessary. If rash or irritation occurs discontinue use. Avoid contact with eyes.

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Sarah Ling graduated from Deakin University, with a bachelor of Creative Arts degree in contemporary dance and animation. Over the past three years Sarah has been involved in numerous professional dance productions such as a performer within Next Wave 2012, Dance Massive 2013 and Lucy Guiren Pieces for small spaces 2011. Sarah has also helped initiative the independent dance publication FUTURE FUTURE, which is aimed at promoting discussion within the contemporary dance community. In September 2012, Sarah, along with four other emerging dance artists, formed Hairy thing dance collective (HTDC). In Feburary HTDC toured the work ‘A beautification of spatulas ‘ to the Auckland fringe festival, where the work won runners up in the peoples choice awards. Currently Sarah is involved with Deakin University through a graduate partnership, where she receives, space grants and various other forms of support for her artistic career.

Tessa Broadby completed her studies at Deakin University studying a Bachelor of Creative Arts, majoring in dance. During her time at Deakin she has been provided with many opportunities, including volunteering for the 2011 Melbourne Fringe Festival and undertaking an internship with Atlanta Eke during the ‘Pieces for Small Spaces’ season at Lucy Guerin Inc. Tessa performed in ‘Monster Body’, as part of the 2012 Next Wave Festival, and presented a collaborative work in progress in ‘The Line-Up’, an event featured in Alexandra Harrison’s recent performance of ‘What’s Coming?’ Tessa recently collaborated with a team of young dance makers who initiated, developed and contributed to an independent publication, ‘Future Future’, commenting on the future of dance in Australia. She recently worked with a group of other emerging artists to create a contemporary dance work titled ‘(T)RUTH WILL LET/SET YOU(R) [ROOM] FREE’. Her most current project was ‘A Beautification of Spatulas’, in the Auckland Fringe Festival, and dancing in ‘Monster Body’, as part of Dance Massive 2013.