Our current exhibition, The Sky After Rain, presents the stories of three queer members of the Iranian diaspora: Payam, Shyla, and Shaya. Their stories are interpreted through dance by choreographer and dancer Tara Jada Samaya.
In this introduction to dance, learn to use your body and movement to tell meaningful stories. Facilitated by experienced dance teacher Joshinder Chaggar, this workshop is suitable for beginners and will create safe place for all bodies.
About Joshinder Chaggar
Joshinder has taught dance since 2002. As part of her PhD at Deakin University, Joshinder is developing a dance piece that explores embodied inter-culturalism and the complexities of identity. Joshinder currently teaches at Studio J in Richmond, Victoria.
This program is suitable for beginners.
This program will take place in a safe place for all bodies.
Phone: 03 9389 8622
To find out more about Joshinder Chaggar, you can visit the Studio J website.
This event is presented in association with our current exhibition, The Sky After Rain. To learn more about this exhibition, you can visit our The Sky After Rain page.