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

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Two dancers performing at Lion Salt Works
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Martin Hylton at Lion Salt Works

Commissioned as part of Arts&Heritage's Meeting Point programme in 2017, Martin Hylton's SALT gave visitors to Lion Salt Works the chance to step into an artwork for a truly unique experience.

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Dancers perform at the Windermere Jetty Museum of Boats, Steam and Stories
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(Re)Make - Sara Wookey and Camilla Robinson

(Re)Make is a new dance film by Sara Wookey in collaboration with Camilla Robinson. It features four experienced female dance artists exploring ideas of remaking in choreography through movement and dance. Presented by Lakeland Arts to celebrate the opening of Windermere Jetty Museum of Boats, Steam and Stories.

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The Tide and Seek project taking place with children and families on Margate Beach
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Tide and Seek: Bethan Peters and Stacie Lee Bennett-Worth

At the beginning of 2019 Stacie Lee Bennett-Worth and Bethan Peters were commissioned by Turner Contemporary to deliver a series of workshops and develop a new artwork as part of 'Seaside: Photographed' - a major exhibition examining the relationship between photographers, photography and the British seaside from the 1850s to the present.

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Dancers performing Beneath Our Feet in Kents Cavern
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The Dancing in Caves project - Beneath Our Feet

Devised in collaboration with a steering group of archaeologists, geologists, historians, cavers and former miners, Beneath Our Feet is a promenade performance that uses dance and live music to tell the story of the underground.

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The Rural Touring Dance Initiative

We discussed in our last Imagination Museum Consortium meet-up in May 2019 about possibilities for learning from schemes like Rural Touring in terms of developing infrastructure and sustainability around working with dance in museums and heritage sites across the UK. Here is a bit more information about the Rural Touring Dance Initiative and its work since 2015.