Tagged: dance

(re)storing performance -The Feldenkrais Method and Creative Practice

This one day symposium aims to offer a forum for Feldenkrais practitioners, performing artists and somatic movement educators to exchange, document and question emerging practices and non-dualist thinking.We are inviting performing artists – theatre/dance/music/live-art, pedagogues and academic scholars to present academic papers,  video documentations, …

Performing Place #2

Chichester

The Dance and Theatre Departments at the University of Chichester invite researchers, practitioners, artists and post-graduate researchers to Performing Place #2, a 1 day symposium that will explore, celebrate, problematize, and articulate notions of experiencing, encountering, and ‘performing’ place through …

Research Theme: Art, Design, Media, and Performing Arts

The following links will provide more information on the research centres and supervisors / research collaborators at CREST member institutions for the Research Theme – Art, Design, Media and Performing Arts. Bucks New University AdComs Research Centre Art Cultures, Debates …

New research reveals Scottish country dancing can delay ageing process

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New research by the University of Cumbria reveals Scottish country dancing is beneficial to the health of older women and can help to delay the ageing process. The university’s Active Ageing Research Group (AARG) has published its recent findings in …

Moving and Experiencing Somatics in theory and practice

Chichester

A full and practical day for anyone interested in the developing field of somatic practices, this series of talks, workshops and performances promises to be the start of something exciting. Our aim is to bring together a range of professionals …

British Dance and the African Diaspora

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A York St John University academic is co-leading a major research project looking at the memories of British-based dancers who are black and celebrating their contributions to British dance. ‘British Dance and the African Diaspora’ is a two year research …