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Photo by Christian Kipp
Over 100 delegates joined us from many parts of the world for a series of inspiring talks, workshops, installations, films and performances taking place both indoors and outdoors in early July. Christian Kipp was with us throughout and has built a beautiful collection of images from the conference and from Martha Eddy’s workshop on the day before. These can be viewed here: http://www.christiankipp.com/dance/dspc2017/
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This lecture is about the ethics of neoclassical gesture in ballet during the 1930s in France in relation to an impending fascism that would soon make itself felt under the Occupation.
Resilience and Inclusion: Dancers as Agents of Change aims to advance knowledge within the professional dance sector and audiences about the working lives of dancers with disabilities.
The International Journal of Performance Arts and Digital Media is seeking contributions by 16th January 2017 for a special issue on Bodily Extensions and Performance.
The Capturing Stillness project places a microscope on the dance practice Skinner Releasing Technique (SRT), in combination with motion capture and game engine technologies.
Developing a UK case study on somatic practices in performance, whilst drawing out information on ‘context’ as an aspect of somatic practices in performance.