A Contemporary Dance Intensive


Fundamental to Jenni’s practice is the principle that positive self-esteem is essential for creative flow and playfulness. By prioritising joy, care and catharsis, Jenni’s classes focus on increasing ease, flow and strength by gradually building the complexity of pathways that traverse in and out of the floor. She translates multiple forms into a contemporary dance framework, including; Body Mind Centering (Bonnie Bainbridge-Cohen), Yoga, Gymnastics, Pole Dancing and Contemporary Dance Techniques. 

The workshop will involve warm-ups and group improvisation, working with tools that heighten self-awareness and spatial composition to create live choreography. Expect to ignite your capacity for endurance, chaos, connectivity and sensitivity through dance, discussion and performing together.


Contemporary Dance


Dancers, performers & movement artists


Experienced dancers and movement practitioners, age 18+

Experienced – More than 5 years creative practice including formal training


This workshop is held across two days and participants must attend both.

Saturday 3 June 11am – 5pm and  Sunday 4 June 10am – 4pm


Places are limited and application for this workshop is by submitting an Expression of Interest form.  Expressions of Interest close on Friday 7 April 2023.  

All applications will be considered in consultation with the lead artists and based on responses provided in the ‘Your experience’ section. Successful participants will be notified by Wed 12 April 2023.  If you’re unsuccessful, we’ll pop you on a waiting list and let you know if a place becomes available as soon as possible.


Jenni Large is an independent dancer, performer, choreographer, teacher and rehearsal director based on unceded Palawa country in Iutruwita/Tasmania. She has collaborated extensively throughout Australia and performed across the world with artists and companies including; Tasdance, Dancenorth, Legs On The Wall, Leigh Warren & Dancers, GUTS Dance, Ashleigh Musk, Aimee Smith, Sue Peacock and Isabella Stone. Her choreography and performance in Faux Mo House Party won the 2022 Keir Choreographic People’s Choice Award.  In 2022, Jenni choreographed S U C K E R for Sydney Dance Company’s New Breed Season and was a recipient of the Chloe Munro Fellowship. Her new independent work Body Body Commodity premiered at Mona Foma in February 2023. 

Jenni Large in Collision, Image credit: G Comerford