Jump to navigation
Elliot Grove tells how film school classes have contributed to the Raindance Film Festival becoming an international brand.
Times of austerity and pending funding cuts from the public purse are actually opportunities to develop new ways of working, potentially leading to greater long-term sustainability, according to Stephen Munn.
Joan Duda, a guest speaker at DanceEast’s rural retreat held in January, discusses the importance of a dancer’s ‘quality motivation’ and empowerment.
Fergus Early is excited about the funding Green Candle Dance Company has secured for a dance and exercise project for groups of older men.
Annabel Turpin reports on how ARC’s silver programme is responsive to the needs of the target group − and that’s not ballroom dancing and basket-weaving.
‘Ageing artfully’ has introduced vulnerable older people to BollyWalking. Christina Christou and John Pinder of Akademi explain all.
Jane Coyle tells how DU Dance’s inter-generational programme has recently seen a dance performance by women of all ages, including some in their eighties.
Neil Nisbet says tweeting links to petitions is a poor substitute for consistent participation by the dance sector in discussions about the profession and culture in general.
Positive thinking among dance leaders, who make an international commitment to collaboration.
Internal report gives Arts Council England a clean bill of health in relation to Artists Taking the Lead in Yorkshire.
Linda Jasper calls for the proposed EBacc qualification to include the opportunity for young people to continue to study dance.
Amateur dance is thriving but skills shortages and lack of scope for career development are holding back the professional sector.
How do ‘accidental audiences’ for art in public spaces experience performances and what impact does it have? Richard Turpin examines the evidence
By working with artists and arts organisations, developers can gain the support of both local communities and planners. Alex Homfray explains how