Woodville Alliance team with Powerhouse Youth Theatre for film project

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Working with the Woodville dancers is an immensely rewarding experience. Personally, I learn a great deal about my core values and about teaching and facilitating processes. Not only with people living with disabilities but with all people. Linda Luke, Choreographer

 

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For Choreographer Linda Luke, the creative process is all about trust, respect and time.

We’re excited to be partnering again with Linda and the Powerhouse Youth Theatre (PYT) on a creative project for our Disability Services clients.

’Dance Diaries’ follows on from a beautiful photographic book project that PYT co-created with a group of our Disability Services clients in 2015, ‘Being Moved’.

The ‘Being Moved’ participants were so thrilled with the end product of that project, they couldn’t wait to be involved in another.

Our involvement in ’Dance Diaries’ was featured in the Fairfield Advance newspaper late last year.

Image on left: Robert Pozo, Fairfield Advance. Wednesday, November 30, 2016.

 

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Linda creates an environment where our clients can express themselves, be extremely focussed and really throw themselves into the creative process.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Along with performing, clients were also involved in the film-making process.

For more information on Linda Luke’s ’Dance Diaries’ film project and to keep up to date, you can visit her blog.

Find us on Facebook and like our Facebook page ‘Woodville–Alliance’ to follow this project. We’ll be sharing updates on ‘Dance Diaries’ there as well as updates on many other exciting things that are happening across Woodville Alliance.

Woodville’s Disability Services support adults with an intellectual or physical disability.

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