- Paper Thin – Coming 2013
- University of Ballarat TVC
- Burlesque Acts In The Making…
- Sexiest Woman of The Month – Star Central Magazine
- Sexiest Woman of The Month – Vote for Tina!
- Body of Ice in Argentina
- Cuerpo de Hielo
- ‘The Face’ of Colour and Light Photography
- Body of Ice – Solo Antarctic Dance
- Tina Evans Showreel 2012
- Clay Michaels “Believe It” Music Video
- Graveyard Train “Im Gone” Music Video
- Polarity Gallery
- Drive On Music Video – Brook Chivell Band
- The Pit and the Pendulum
- New Portfolio Shots
- Filming ‘Drive On’ Music Video
- Melaka Art and Performance Festival
- Polarity in the Press
- Polarity Reviews
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Tina Evans stars in the latest University of Ballarat television commercial, currently on air in regional Victoria.
Tina is a ‘Sexiest Woman of the Month’ nominee for Star Central Magazine – and is bringing the sexy back fully clothed. As a dancer and actress on the verge of bigger opportunities and this would create some PR which … Continue reading
Currently in Buenos Aires to perform ‘Body of Ice’ at the IV Antarctic Art and Culture Festival and Conference. Tina will present a talk on her work next Friday…
Tina is now ‘The Face’ of Colour and Light Photography, by Angela Rogers. Here are top pics from our shoot. Make-up by Erin Giulieri of Ivory Rose Makeup Artistry.
Body of Ice, a solo work exploring Antarctic ice, created and performed by Tina Evans will be seen in Argentina in just a few weeks. Spectacular image by Lucia Ondrusova.
Here are some fresh new photos of Tina Evans, taken by the talented Lucia Ondrusova of Lucia Ondrusova Photography.
Advertisement for Polarity that will debut at the 2011 Melbourne Fringe Festival. Exquisite, encrypted, compressed, crumbling. Polarity explores the dynamic movement and extreme nature of Antarctic ice. Through moving bodies, raw sounds of Antarctic ice and shifting shapes, polar … Continue reading
My Antarctic dance work Polarity is registered with the Australian Business Arts Foundation and tax deductable donations can be made to contribute towards the production costs associated with presenting Polarity at the 2011 Melbourne Fringe Festival. For further details and to … Continue reading