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INDIGENOUS DANCE: DANA WARANARA
January 27 2016
A conference for irrevocable change
Angharad Wynne-Jones


A momentary wondrous artefact
Andrew Fuhrman: Chunky Move - Atlanta Eke, Miss Universal

YES, POLITICS
Art versus the war against Nature
Sumugan Sivanesan: Climate Games Paris, 2015

Carry On Culture Wars
Keith Gallasch: Catalyst - The Fifield Fund

INDIGENOUS DANCE: DANA WARANARA
Dana Waranara—Privilege and Responsibility
Andrea James

Dance, not product, but living culture
Vicki Van Hout

INDIGENOUS DANCE: DANA WARANARA
January 27 2016
Dancing to the Dana Waranara challenge
Liza-Mare Syron

YOURS FOR THE TAKING
Giveaway: Gayby Baby DVD

SYDNEY FESTIVAL
Magic in detritus
Virginia Baxter: Geoff Sobelle, The Object Lesson

ON THE DOX
Oppression & the two sides of the digital coin
Dan Edwards: Jafar Panahi’s Tehran Taxi


Percussion: the beating heart of art
Delia Bartle: Mofo 2016

THE LOOP
January 27 2016
Sideshow Circus Magazine
Skye Gellmann

SYDNEY FESTIVAL
The thrill of a cut-above festival
Keith Gallasch: Passion, Woyzeck, Meow Meow’s Little Mermaid, Double Blind

This is how we might live, and die
Teik-Kim Pok: Forced Entertainment; Christopher Brett Bailey

 

Sideshow Circus Magazine

Skye Gellmann



In The Loop, artists and readers recommend great websites. First up is adventurous circus performer—on the streets, in the dark and with iPhones—Skye Gellmann, who writes,

“I like the Sideshow Circus Magazine because it deconstructs circus arts in an informed way. They have interviews and reviews, and also initiate other projects. These stimulate discussion about circus's future and also its potential as an art form. All up, it's a really great read, laid out well, and presents some of the most exciting circus being created now.” Skye Gellmann

Read Urszula Dawkin’s review of Skye’s Bodies over Bitumen in RT 130.

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