Sally Doughty (UK)

Sally Doughty (UK)

Sally Doughty is a Principal Lecturer of Dance at De Monfort University, Leciester.

Sally's key research interests and areas of expertise include: Improvisation as a performance mode; Improvisation as a means of generating movement in the rehearsal process for a fixed performance; Documentation and articulation of processes/practices involved in performance making and doing; Contemporary choreography; The practice of performing; Reflective practice: - developing a framework that develops analytical and reflective skills in those involved in movement improvisation - employing a range of technology/media to support student’s learning; Pedagogic Research; Intermediality and performance.    

Watch Sally and Marie Fitzpatrick in conversation on dual identity of the hybrid dance artist-academic during Nottdance Festival 2015.

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