Dance after Lockdown
Coventry University, QR funding
Dance and Lockdown is a small-scale qualitative study designed to generate richly detailed experiential data from two key layers of the dance industry’s ecology: artists and organisations. It seeks to find out how organisations and artists have adapted and innovated in response to pandemic conditions.
The research aims to qualify and understand the attitudes of the people involved, the lessons learned, and the potential short and long-term creative and organisational impacts of the pandemic on the dance and performing arts sector.
- Scholarly article
- Animation-film summarising main outcomes
- Public report
- Public conversation
- Public reflections
Image credit: Rachel Roberts. Choreographers and performers: Shannon Bott and Natalie Cursio in 'Recovery', (2014) Melbourne.