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Iconic dance moments from film, reimagined by people living with disability

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Iconic dance moments from film and re-imagined by people living with disability in this photographic exhibition at Moonah Arts Centre.

Did you know more than 11 million people in the UK (and over 4 million in Australia) are living with disability? People Dancing is a UK organisation that supports and celebrates ALL those who dance.

As part of the Moonah MOVES Festival, the Moonah Arts Centre (MAC) presents a selection of photos from the 11 Million Reasons to Dance photography exhibition – featuring Sean Goldthorpe’s thought-provoking images inspired by iconic dance moments from film (commissioned by People Dancing) all re-imagined by Deaf, sight impaired and disabled dancers.

The exhibition 11 Million Reasons to Dance opens 6pm Thursday 23 August, and will be on display in the MAC foyer until 15 September 2018.

The works displayed are a “part collection” of 11 Million Reasons to Dance. The full collection can be found at www.communitydance.org.au/11millionreasons. 11 Million Reasons commissioned by People Dancing, with photographer Sean Goldthorpe.

ESSENTIAL INFORMATION:
• Opening 6pm Thursday 23 August
• Exhibition runs 24 August – 15 September 2018
• Moonah Arts Centre, 23-27 Albert Road, Moonah
• Exhibition open from 10am-5pm Tuesday – Friday and 11am-3pm Saturdays
• Entry to the exhibition is free
Moonah Arts Centre

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