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Picture of Bethan Peters' work Who is the Land
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Bethan Peters - Royal Museums Greenwich

Between April 2015 and June 2016 I was invited to be the first choreographer in residence at Royal Museums Greenwich (RMG), which includes four iconic London sites: the National Maritime Museum, the Royal Observatory, the Queen’s House and the Cutty Sark.

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Dancers lead audience members by torchlight
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Suzie West - Clay Walks

On the 14th & 15th June, Wheal Martyn (St Austell, Cornwall) came alive. Each viewing point, settling tank, woodland path and museum yard was filled with a cast of 200 performers from the St Austell community.

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Performance of Cotton by About Time Dance Company
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Cotton – About Time Dance Company

Cotton is a site-responsive dance work for 3 professional dancers and a community cast; a captivating exploration through dance and sound, illuminating processes of cotton production in Lancashire.

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Dancers from Dancing Strong performing at Bristol Museum
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Ila Project - Dancing Strong

Dancing Strong's 'Ila' project connected primary schools to their local museums in Bristol, London and Flint (USA), involving them in the creative process of dance, exploring ideas about line, linking to the curriculum, and witnessing the creation of dance performance.

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Image of dancers performing in Lea Anderson's 'Trying It On' at Bristol Museum
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Trying It On - Lea Anderson

A performed exhibition from Lea Anderson that delves deep into The Cholmondeleys & The Featherstonehaughs costume archives (designers Sandy Powell, Simon Vincenzi & Emma Fryer) to dust off some treasures and re-present with a new twist.

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Image of young dancer at Watford Museum
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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.