Gallery 1 (2004-Current)
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Leederville Street Festival December 2005

Alaine Diaspora Director
Bendback
Charlotte & Alaine
Diaspora-Oxford St
Diaspora-Oxford St
Diaspora-Oxford St
Jude and Alaine
Pam and Alaine
Diaspora-Oxford St
Spinning in Oxford St
Still Spinning in Oxford St



Subiaco Street Festival November 2005

Subiaco Rokeby Road
Subiaco Rokeby Road
Subiaco Rokeby Road
Subiaco Rokeby Road
Subiaco Centro
Subiaco Centro
Subiaco Centro
Subiaco Centro
Subiaco Centro Shiva
Subiaco Centro Shiva
Subiaco Centro
A stroll along Rokeby Road


Paulette Rees-Denis Perth Visit February 2005

Another great year of entertainment and Education
 
Workshop 2005
 More Workshop
Movement in Class
Get into the Beat
Workshop 2005
More Workshop
Movement in Class
Get into the Beat
The Interview in the 'Spirit House'
Tabla Lesson
Rottnest for a Break
A Perth Sunset
The Interview in
the 'Spirit House'
Tabla lesson
Rottnest for a Break
A Perth Sunset


Chilli Con Cabaret, Sun Room, Maylands: A Community Arts initiative, July 2004



The West Australian Middle Eastern Dance Festival, June 2004

Charlotte and Arabella
Pam, Alaine, Arabella, Jayde
From left: Jayde, Leanne and Charlotte
From left: Carol, Alaine, Jeanette, Jayde, Leanne, Charlotte

The  Voice of Roma

Herdeljezi Festival 04. Sebastopol, California  ...Dispel the myths, go beyond romanticism. Get Real. Get involved! Check out voiceofroma.com
Professor Ian Hancock Prominant Rom activist, author of over 300 articles and books , Rom UN & UNICEF representative, winner of the international Rafto Foundation Human Rights Prize, Noway, Gamaliel Chair in Peace and Justice, University of Wisconsin, Romani Representative on the US Holocaust Memorial Council. he also teaches Romani Studies and is the Director of the Romani Archive and Documentation Centre at the University of Texas. Prof Hancock is an awe-inspiring speaker who offers practical ways to support and assist Roma in your community and internationally
Kajira Djoumana and Black Sheep Belly Dance, Helm, Artemis and  Sani Rifati, President Voice of Roma
Voice of  Roma. Kajira and United we dance on stage with Helm and Sani.

The San Francisco Experience


Paulette and Gypsy Caravan at Club Jazz Noveu, The Cannery, Fisherman's Wharf. Great entertainment and great food!

Tribal Fest, San Francisco, May 2004

Fat Chance Belly Dance mesmerises the audience at TF4.  Carolena Nericcio on right
Diaspora members from left: Jeanette, Fred, Carol, Alaine & Leanne
Devi and Alaine (Directors of Ghawazee Caravan and  Diaspora) and the Aussie tribes taking the stage at TF4 for an 'Aussie Jam'. Improv at it's best!
We danced, we shopped and we helped out on Gwen's Flying Skirt's stall...well, we promised our members back home choli's!  Jeanette proudly flies the SF banner!
Alaine with Mezdulen, Editor of Jareeda Magazine
Alaine with Jeremiah Soto of  'Solace' fame
Members of Diaspora after training with Sue Erokan and Beth (prev. Romani) at 'The Michael's studio
Suhaila Salimpour and Alaine - the best glutes workout in town - bring on the linament!!
One of the highlight's was watching Michael and Sue do their thing at Kan Zaman in the Haight.  Awesome!
Helm - Mark, Tobias and Ling Shien
  Lumin live in the Mission District Tim Rayborn with Gypsy Caravan, Pasta Place,  

Paulette in Perth, March 2004

In March 04 the Gypsy Trail Tribal Dance Company was proud to sponsor ATS Master Workshops by Paulette Rees-Denis, internationally acclaimed tribal dance teacher and performer
Paulette (r)Rebecca Reitze, Director of Albany's Maiyermar Tribe
(Middle) and Catherine of Maiyermar enjoy a laugh!  Maiyermar drove an eight hour round trip and spent the weekend in Perth to access Paulette's incredible knowledge.  Needless to say, the Paulette fan club is firmly established in Albany, Western Australia!

Diaspora "Bellies for Breasts" Octagon Theatre, Crawley, March 2004

Bellies for Breasts Breast Cancer benefit concert.
Octagon Theatre, Crawley. March 04.
Photo Credit: Dale Neill
Adult orthodontics are
the pits! Close up what
happens when you're
impaled on the metal of
your braces. I have a
new empathy for teeanagers!
Photo credit: Dale Neill

'Moonlight Magic', Quarry Amphitheatre Mt Claremont, January 2004

   

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