DirtyFeet invites participants from all backgrounds and experiences to their popular workshop series The Right Foot. The workshop series focuses on contemporary dance and performance techniques and culminates in a performance sharing at Redfern Town Hall.
Open to participants aged 14-30 with or without disability. The program focuses on dance training, improving the health and wellbeing of participants, and is a confidence-building creative outlet. Leading the workshop series are our fabulous DirtyFeet facilitators Gabriella Green-Olea and Chris Bunton.
"I am excited to be taking part in these workshops, where I can share my creative practice and experience with others, and I can’t wait to see what the participants will create this year." Chris Bunton
DirtyFeet is asking participants to utilise their NDIS funds to contribute to these professional workshops. DirtyFeet is not registered as an NDIS service provider, however, there are many opportunities to utilise your NDIS funding to access our programs. If you are self-managed, or have a Plan Manager, you can use NDIS funding to attend our programs. If you have any financial concerns, please email Zoe Morgan firstname.lastname@example.org
COVID-19 & KEEPING EVERYONE SAFE
Keeping everyone safe is a shared responsibility. DirtyFeet and Glebe Town Hall are doing everything we can to make The Right Foot Workshops as safe and enjoyable as possible.
BEFORE YOU JOIN US
Read through the information on this page and any information that we send you via email prior to each day of the workshop.
Complete the COVID-19 Screening document prior to starting the workshops https://forms.gle/fvA7S2UScTA1rQBBA
Stay COVID Safe by sticking to the NSW Government Guidelines, practicing physical distancing, washing your hands regularly, and staying home and getting tested if you’re feeling unwell.
Stay at home if you are unwell, displaying mild symptoms, or have had contact with a COVID-19 confirmed case.
WHEN YOU JOIN US
Sign in using the QR code at the entrance, providing contact details for everyone on-site including support staff and those onsite for drop-off and pick-up of participants.
We recommend you wear a mask to keep you and those around you safe.
Sanitise your hands on arrival using the sanitiser provided at the entrance.
Maintain physical distancing of 1.5m between yourself and others. Be respectful of everyone sharing the space with you, and avoid crowded areas where possible.
WHAT WE ARE DOING
Deep Cleaning will be completed before our session so you will be entering a safe performance space.
Controlling the number of people sharing the space for the safety of audience and artists. Making sure there is a safe distance between all audience and artists, as well as monitoring social distancing with venue staff.
Providing masks and sanitiser onsite so we can all stay safe.
Collecting contact details from everyone onsite to ensure anyone at risk can be contacted.