When & where

  • DateFriday 26th Jan '24
  • Time5:30pm to 7:30pm
  • WhereChapel FM Arts Centre Map


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Accessibility criteria*

  • Accessible car-parking
  • Induction Loop available
  • Wheelchair access

* Other Access Details available on request

A movement workshop as part of an interdisciplinary dance project for all dance levels and backgrounds

Join Antonio Bukhar Ssebuuma for a workshop exploring the connection between art, people, nature and culture.

Participant's will explore movements and improvisation inspired by Lubugo - barkcloth extraction in Uganda.

The workshops are free and open for all dance levels and backgrounds. Come ready to move, create, and share cultural perspectives through dance and conversation.Antonio Bukhara Ssebuuma

Antonio is an award-winning performer, dance choreographer, and teacher from Uganda. His artistic practice draws on a blend of styles, namely Hip-hop, dancehall, breaking, afro-fusion, contemporary, house and indigenous Ugandan dances.

Antonio leveraged peer-to-peer learning in informal local communities of dance practice in Uganda to develop his skillset and knowledge base. This background enriches his pedagogy with a community-arts approach.

Antonio was awarded the Pina Bausch Fellowship in 2017 as a visiting dance scholar at the University of Auckland. He also received the Caroline Plummer Community Dance Fellowship at the University of Otago in 2019. Antonio’s artistic philosophy seeks to bridge the gap between street-based community arts practice and academia.

With over 15 years of dance experience, Antonio has worked in diverse cultural, artistic, and social contexts. These include disadvantaged communities in slums, orphanages and refugee centres; theatres, festivals, and schools in Uganda, Europe, and New Zealand. Antonio has worked with high-level academic institutions such as The University of Auckland, The University of Otago, Makerere University, Codarts Dance Center, Pacifika Institute of Performing Arts and the Norwegian College of Dance.