International choreographer Rosalind Crisp dances the building

Introducing Rosalind Crisp, East Gippsland based international choreographer, who will give a special guest appearance and dance the building at the opening of +150 Years | 5.30pm Friday 03 August. All welcome. FREE

In 2016 the French Ministry of Culture awarded Rosalind Crisp a Chevalier de l’Ordre des Arts et Lettres (Dame of the Arts)

Watch this space: On 28 August 2018 Rosalind Crisp, Vic McEwan and Andrew Morrish bring DIRt (Dance In Regional disasTer zones) to the Gallery. Live dance, sound & video from Mt. Delusion.

DIRt (Dance In Regional disasTer zones) is an ongoing project by Rosalind Crisp and Peter Fraser (dancers), Andrew Morrish (performer/facilitator) and Vic McEwan (multi-media artist) exploring how arts practice responds to issues of local environmental degradation.

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