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Two dancers perform in Black Victorians, a dance history piece by choreographer Jeanefer Jean Charles
Case Studies

Black Victorians

Black Victorians is an engaging and curious dance performance by Jeanefer Jean-Charles that highlights and celebrates the diverse black presences in 19th and early 20th Century Britain.

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Three dancers perform a dance piece called The Imagination Museum by Southampton waterfront
News

Imagination Museum: Mayflower 400 to set sail again this summer!

This July, Made by Katie Green’s Imagination Museum: Mayflower 400 project will restart following its temporary halt in 2020 through a programme of creativity with children, young people and families in Hampshire, Dorset and Plymouth.

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Images of dancers in a gallery - work by Rosemary Butcher
Opportunities

Dance4: ‘Landings’, Imprints’, ‘Traces’ – Dance in the Gallery after Rosemary Butcher

Join Stefanie Sachsenmaier (Middlesex University) in conversation with Andrea Niederbuchner (dance curator and producer) and Sam Williams (artist) to explore the particular affinities that gallery spaces offer dance in contemporary times - 18th March 2021

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Grace Nicol and Sinead O’Dwyer, Slip Mould Slippery, image by Mario Bertieri of Becky Namguards
Opportunities

Dance4: Public Dance - Performance for Galleries, Museums and Other Public Spaces

Join choreographer Grace Nicol and collaborators for a talk and launch of a free interactive Public Dance Pack that considers how to support challenging and risk-taking work within the contexts of galleries and museums - 25th March 2021.

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Image of Newstead Abbey created by Eleanor Sikorski
Opportunities

Dancing Museums II - Haunting Newstead Abbey

As part of the Dancing Museums II upcoming digital workshop week titled, 'Acts of Social and Political Change: New Voices' hosted by the UK partners, artist Eleanor Sikorski has curated an artist panel with mayfield brooks, Mary Pearson, Seke Chimutengwende with panel facilitation by Season Butler - 9th March 2021.

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Image of young dancer at Watford Museum
Case Studies

Museums in Motion - Royston, Stevenage and Watford Museums

Museums in Motion was a series of community dance and technology participation projects working with three groups of young people aged 4 – 18 years old and their families. Each museum had a three-day creative process resulting in an audio-visual installation at the museum for 8 weeks that was also available online.