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Dancers performing The Imagination Museum at Bassetlaw Museum
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The Imagination Museum Consortium July 2020 - What next for dance in museums?

Following our Imagination Museum Consortium (IMC) online sessions on the 5th and 9th July 2020, Katie Green gathers participants' thoughts about what might be next for dance in museums at this time of challenge and change.

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Discussion taking place at dance/museums workshop event, Lincoln, May 2019
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The Imagination Museum Consortium July 2020 - why do we dance in museums?

Having reviewed the material gathered from 2 Imagination Museum Consortium sessions we offered via Zoom in July 2020, Katie Green reflects on a few of the themes, key questions and ideas that we started to explore.

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Discussion taking place at dance/museums workshop event, Lincoln, May 2019
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The Imagination Museum Consortium - what is it?

Following our July 2020 Zoom events for the growing Imagination Museum Consortium (IMC), we wanted to take a moment to talk about the current position of the IMC and reflect on some of the discussions at our July events.

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Dancers perform at The Collection Museum at an Imagination Museum consortium event, May 2019
Opportunities

Time for Practice - Artist Development Bursaries 2020

The Collection and Usher Gallery's 'Time for Practice' Artist Development Bursary is a response to the ongoing difficulties for contemporary artists in Lincolnshire caused by Covid-19.

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Curators tours of exhibitions at Worcester Art Gallery
Opportunities

From the Art Gallery with Love x

Worcester City Art Gallery & Museum are delighted to be commissioning a summer of online artworks and community events following a successful bid for funding from Arts Council England’s emergency response fund.

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Choreographer Tony Adigun rehearsing with dancer Ajani Johnson-Goffe in the National Gallery's Portico
Case Studies

The National Gallery and Avant Garde Dance

A collaborative project between the National Gallery and Avant Garde Dance Company, as part of YouTube’s VR Creator Lab programme; an initiative to support creators to make on-line virtual reality content in new VR180 format capturing 180 degree panoramic images.