Sunday 29 October 10:00 – 16:00 The Point, Eastleigh
Luca will lead a professional development day for graduates and artists, sharing tools and techniques on the approach to making his own unique work. Taking everyday life as its inspiration, we will invite participants to develop choreographic motifs and material through improvisation and creative tasks.
At the end of the day, there will also be opportunities for delegates to share their own thoughts, ask questions and skill-share.
This professional opportunity is part of our national tour of Border Tales.
As part of our continued work in Tees Valley we are pleased to be part of ARC’s professional training opportunity, for local based practitioners wanting to develop their skills working with socially excluded communities.
Luca will be leading the session on Monday 21 November, sharing his own skills and experience of working with people from a variety of backgrounds.
Are you from the Tees Valley? Do you share a commitment to social inclusion, equality and diversity?
As part of Protein’s commitment to enriching lives through dance, we offer a range of opportunities to support dance artists in the early stages of their careers.
Over the last twenty years, Protein has built an international profile for exciting and inclusive dance experiences in different community settings, working with people of all ages, abilities and backgrounds.
Community Dance Practice workshops are a professional development opportunity for dance practitioners who are interested in entering or developing their thinking and skills in community dance practice. Workshops include practical and reflective work, and allow space for sharing and debate around dance-making and community practice.
Luca and Protein also mentor through One Dance UK’s Dance Teaching Mentoring programme.
To book a workshop or talk to us further about commissioning CPD opportunities for your group, please email Melanie Precious our Creative Producer, or call 020 8269 2394.