A Place To Dance Sessions Available to Watch Online

A Place To Dance Sessions Available to Watch Online

Each of the A Place To Dance sessions are now available to watch online for free.

Contemporary Art Magazine 'this is tomorrow' live streamed a number of the A Place To Dance? sessions which took place from Thursday 18 - Saturday 20 June at various arts venues across Nottingham. You can now watch the sessions any time you like.

Session 1 - Dance: Galleries & Visual Arts
A Provocation by Dance4 Associate Artist Joe Moran (UK) 

 Artistic Director of Dance Art Foundation and choreographer Joe Moran presents his thoughts on dance within gallery and visual art contexts. Followed by a panel discussion with artists and curators and a showing of Joe's recent work Singular (2011).

Watch here.

Session 2 - Dance: Architecture, the Body & the Environment
A Provocation by Dr Jonathan Hale (UK)

Dr Jonathan Hale, architect and Associate Professor and Reader in Architectural Theory at the University of Nottingham, looks at the relationship between the body and the environment. Other contributors include artists and choreographers Simone Kenyon, Gabriele Reuter, Ann-Marie Culhane and Ruth Levene.

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Session 3 - Dance: Art & Research
With Artists Sara Giddens and Rosanna Irvine (UK) 

Dance4 in partnership with Middlesex University explores outcomes of recent collaborative doctoral studentship uncovering new choreographic practices and modes of audience engagement with artists Rosanna Irvine and Sara Giddens.

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Session 4 - Dance: The Politics of Involving the Public as Creators, Performers & Commissioners
A Provocation by Dance4 Associate Artist Gillie Kleiman (UK)

Gillie looks at the politics of involving the public as creators, performers and commissioners, inviting discussion with choreographers Jane Mason and Joe Moran, public participant Greg Manderson and chaired by Creative Quarter CEO, Kathy McArdle.

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Please continue to let us know your thoughts on the sessions, using the hashtag #APlaceToDance on Twitter.

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