Over the last 15 years, Protein has built an international profile for exciting and inclusive dance experiences in different community settings, working with people of all ages, abilities and backgrounds.
Led by Luca Silvestrini, this two-day workshop is a professional development opportunity for dance practitioners who are interested to enter or to develop their thinking and skills in community dance practice. It will include practical and reflective work, as well as space for sharing and debate around dance-making and community practice.
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Gati Summer Dance Residency 2013: Open Call + Application Form
This piece centres around 100 works of 100 choreographers and is inspired by the text/painting"The Hot One Hundred" by British artist Peter Davies.
Brazilian choreographer Cristian Duarte proposes a dance list that has no valuation by numbers and is made by manipulation, appropriation and the mixing of content and choreographic material. The list can be found at: www.lote24hs.net.This is a UK premiere.
Cristian Duarte choreographed pieces for Transition Dance Company, amongst others, and collaborated internationally with artists including Thelma Bonavita and Thiago Granato. He currently coordinates the Artistic residency project LOTE# (supported by Sao Paolo Municipality Cultural Department).
‘Cristian Duarte exposes the multiplicity of choreographers that marked his route as a dancer. His dance unites them, besides loans and techniques, it awakens the ghosts that inhabit a body-landscape.’ Gérard Mayen presenting the work at CNDC
There will be a post-show discussion with Cristian hosted by Simon Ellis.
Price: £15 (£12)
We are excited to invite you to join us at Creating in the Moment, a week-long intensive Lab for disabled and non-disabled dancers, performers and makers.
Two years after our hugely successful International Summer Lab at London’s Southbank Centre, Candoco is heading north with an exciting residential Lab programme delivered in partnership with Live at LICA (Lancaster Institute for the Contemporary Arts). From Sunday 4 to Saturday 10 August 2013, we invite you to engage with Candoco’s working practice, exploring your own interests and impulses through improvisation.
This was my first time in an integrated setting and it has made me think a lot about what work I find interesting, how a choreographer approaches such a wide variety of people and how integrated dance enriches artistic process. This week has made me question why people are so attached to ‘trad’ body aesthetics and the wisdom and fullness that’s gained by using a much larger spectrum of society in dance
The fee for the Lab is £395 and includes 6 nights accommodation in the beautiful grounds of Lancaster University and full board (breakfast, lunch and dinner). To take advantage of our early bird offer of £375 apply before Friday 26 April 2013.
The fee for artists who do not require accommodation is £250 and includes lunch and dinner. To take advantage of our early bird offer of £225 apply before Friday 26 April 2013.
To find out more and to apply download the Information Sheet and Application Form
Contact Learning Manager Hannah Dye with any queries.
With the departure of Kiki Gale, after over 20 highly successful years, we are now recruiting for an exceptional individual to lead East London Dance into its next phase of development.
East London Dance is a pioneering dance development organization based in Stratford. London. We have an established and wide-ranging programme for artists, audiences and communities, are one of London's key dance promoters and are in demand as a partner to other creative and cultural organisations. The impact of our work is recognised locally, regionally and nationally, and we have a growing international profile.
You will be a dynamic and inspirational leader, with five years' experience of working at senior management level within an arts organisation, experience of high quality creative programming, a proven track record in building audiences, participants and strategic partnerships, and in fundraising. You will be hugely ambitious for the organisation's future, and the future for dance across east London.
Details: Salary: £42,000 - £45,000 Application details:
Information: Visit the East London Dance website for more details and a job application pack.
Deadline: 11 April 2013 12:00 pm
Interview: Interviews will be held on Wednesday 24 April 2013.
If required, Second interviews will be held on Friday 2 May 2013.
East London Dance
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A seminar organised by Dance UK for dance managers & self-managed artists, part of The Business of Dance training programme
Date: Friday 5 April 2013, 7pm - 10pm
Venue: Sadler’s Wells, Khan Lecture Theatre, Rosebery Avenue, London EC1R 4TN (www.sadlerswells.com for directions)
Tickets: £8 Dance UK members, £18 non-members
To book: http://www.danceuk.org/shop/events/
Fundraising for Artistic Projects is part of Dance UK’s new Business of Dance Stepping Stones training series. The short sharp three hour session is aimed to provide practical knowledge and information sharing for self-managed dance artists, company dancers looking to develop their own work, and independent dance managers who want to develop their skills.
Sarah Shead, freelance arts manager, gives an hour long training session focusing on:
• the types of funding available
• identifying local funds open to artists
• an overview of Arts Council England Grants for the Arts funding
• top tips on how to write successful funding applications
A panel of independent local dance artists, including Hakeem Onibudo (Impact Dance) and Rachel Birch-Lawson then share their personal stories of how they have raised funds to create their own works.
Dance UK recently organised the same training session in Leeds. One of the dancers who attended said about the event:
“It was very relaxed and quite intimate. It was nice to meet different artists from different fields and to learn from their experience. What I found most useful was learning about how to apply for funding. It can seem a bit daunting but the speakers were helpful and gave very useful information”.
The Business of Dance is presented in association with Independent Dance Managers Network (IDMN) and Sadler’s Wells. Thank you to Sadler’s Wells generously donating the venue for free.
For further information call the Dance UK office on 020 7713 0730 or visit www.danceuk.org