Jane Ingall

Jane Ingall is a dancer and performance maker with a love for connecting people with the dancer in themselves and the possibilities revealed in movement. Her dance training began at the age of eight with Aina Reega Ballet and continued at the Bodenweiser Dance Centre in Sydney, then into dance improvisation and a Graduate Diploma in Movement and Dance from the University of Melbourne. 

Jane is Artistic Director of Somebody’s Aunt, a group of improvising women who have been creating dance in the Canberra region since 2005. Jane has been teaching and choreographing dance with Canberra Dance Theatre since 2006, including Existence, part of Life is a Work of Art performed by GOLD at the NGA. Jane is a Co-director of the GOLD Company. 

At CDT, Jane started the Parents, Tinies and Toddlers class and founded CDTeens, now known as CDTribe. Since 2014 Jane has also been teaching dance for people living with Parkinson’s, enabling dance opportunities and performances. Jane has also developed and conducted courses using movement to explore group dynamics, communication and body image issues.