We are proud to announce a new series of events entitled Dance Dialogues, providing unique and stimulating opportunities for dance researchers and practitioners to engage in lively discussions, debates and sharings. The inaugural event is on Thursday 9 June – Delve into Dance Histories at the Black Cultural Archives. This is a chance to find […]
Society for Dance Research in association with State of Trust and Rimap (University of Bedfordshire) presents: Dance, Diaspora and the role of the Archive On Saturday 17 September 2016 at University of Bedfordshire Deadline for receipt of proposals: (extended to) 15th June 2016 As the work of the Black Dance Archives Project is revealing, an understanding and awareness […]
Join us in a discussion on She Said by English National Ballet, a few days after the performances at Sadler’s Wells from 13-16 April 2016. With invited speakers Dr Kathrina Farrugia-Kriel (Senior Lecturer in Dance, Royal Academy of Dance // Co-Chair, Contemporary Ballet: Exchanges, Connections and Directions, 2016) and Julia K. Gleich (Choreographer // Curator, CounterPointe performance series, NY/London // Head […]
London Studio Centre final year student Louise Sargeant attended the Society and DANSOX’s conference on ‘The Role of the Choreographer in the Stage and Screen Musical’ on Saturday 28 November 2015 and wrote a report on the day’s events, available to read here: Report on AGM & Conference 2015.
Tickets for the symposium The Role of the Choreographer in the Stage and Screen Musical are now on sale through Eventbrite and tickets are available until sales end on Monday 23 November (11:59pm). This is a free conference, but a buffet lunch and drinks reception is included in an £8.50 ticket. Join the Facebook event here.