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Case Studies

Explore a range of dance and heritage projects from across the UK.

A group of dancers of all ages stand to attention, saluting with their right hands at their brows. They are part of a performance at an Imperial War Museum, and are dancing in front of planes in the exhibition.

New Adventures – Cinderella: A Museum Adventure

Cinderella: A Museum Adventure was an exciting collaborative project with the Imperial War Museum to coincide with the UK tour of Matthew Bourne’s Cinderella. As a creative response to Cinderella, a thrilling and evocative…

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A lady in a long white dress made from a thin, shiny fabric leans against the crumbling stone wall of what looks like an old church, her arms extended above her head and her face concealed from the camera. She wears large metallic medieval gloves. The picture is black and white which emphasises the range of different textures, of the crumbling wall, its cracks, her heavy metallic gloves, the softness of her dress.

And In The Soil, There Be Mirrors

‘And In The Soil, There Be Mirrors’ is a site-responsive dance film by Hollie Miller and Sam Williams set across a selection of historical locations in the English…

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A series of 3 imaginary tarot cards, each depicting a historic image linked to the ballet Giselle.

Glitch / Giselle by Glitch Projects

Glitch/Giselle by Glitch Projects is an experiment - a prototype for a new kind of project that: Shines a light on the future by digging into the past; Draws…

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Fight or Flight at Norwich Castle

As part of 'Norwich Castle: Royal Palace Reborn', their major National Lottery Heritage Fund redevelopment project, Norwich Castle are proud to introduce 'Fight or Flight': an ambitious creative dance initiative…

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A solo dancer, performing seated in his wheelchair, his fore arms close together and reaching upwards. The gallery in which he performs is painted a deep red, and filled with pictures in golden frames.

Beyond The Waves by Chris Pavia

Chris Pavia is an international touring dance artist and choreographer. He is a member of Stopgap Dance Company and works in his own right as an independent artist.…

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3 dancers wearing short black dresses, with bare feet, perform in front of a while background. Theatrical lights are cast onto them creating shadows, making it look like there are more dancer moving than there actually are.

And They Have Escaped, NOCTURN

In a self guided experience, free to the public, NOCTURN asked their audience to consider if always being online means missing out on their real lives? Fusing a museum collection…

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Image of young dancer at Watford Museum

Museums in Motion – Royston, Stevenage and Watford Museums

May to October 2016 - Project Description   Museums in Motion was a series of community dance and technology participation projects delivered by BEEE Creative and makeAMPLIFY, working with…

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Two dancers perform at Kettle's Yard alongside a sculpture of a solitary human figure by artist Antony Gormley; they are watched by a small group of visitors of all ages

Casson & Friends – Untitled (The Gallery Project)

In July 2018 Casson & Friends were resident for 2 weeks at Kettle’s Yard in Cambridge during the Antony Gormley SUBJECT Exhibition. During the residency the company created several pieces of work including community…

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The Tide and Seek project taking place with children and families on Margate Beach

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:…

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Picture of a large group of children and young people dancing in front of the Lowestoft Museum

Lowestoft Dance Map – Glass House Dance

Lowestoft Dance Map was part of Making Waves Together, an ambitious programme in Great Yarmouth and Lowestoft to raise the profile for culture as a driver for economic…

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