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A Conversation Place #15

Leo Burtin and Dinis Machado

A Conversation Place #14

Donna Rutherford and Dinis Machado

Sally Doughty & Marie Fitzpatrick Report on Interim Findings from Research Project

The project aims to examine and document the experiences of ‘hybrid dance artist-academics’ in order to better understand the experiences of those working across academia and the professional arts sector. 

The article is due for publication in a forthcoming edition of Choreographic Practices (2016).

Looking Back at a Fantastic 2015

See our highlights from the past year

January

Multi award-winning Aakash Odera Company presented double bill Murmur and Inked at Nottingham Lakeside Arts.

Paul Russ speaks to Left Lion about Dance4's Move to a New Building

East Midland's dance agency, Dance4, was established 25 years ago.  Since then it has supported some of the world's top dance artists and become known across the world for continuously questioning dance practice.

Happily though, when it moves to new premises next year, its roots will be planted firmly in Nottingham.  

Is the Creative Quarter where you feel Dance4 belongs?

A Conversation Place #13

Gillie Kleiman (UK) and Rosalie Schweiker (UK)

Flat Pack Challenge folds in over £250 for Campaign25

How Not To Build A Skyscraper In A Day saw the pair construct and deconstruct iconic flat pack furniture a whopping 25 times in just one afternoon at Nottingham’s Rough Trade. The afternoon started with energy and enthusiasm as Jim and Emma began their flat pack journey.

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A Conversation Place #12

James Elsey and The Demolition Project

Paul Russ interviewed by Creative Quarter

As Chief Executive of the successful Dance4 company, who are set to move into the amazing new Creative Hub on Dakeyne Street, and the Chair of the City’s What Next? group, Paul Russ has his finger firmly on the creative pulse of the city. Here we catch up with him to find out a little bit more about him, Dance4’s big move, and what he thinks of the city’s creative sector.

Can you tell us about Dance4 and what your role is there?

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