Words by Inês Carvalho. On Saturday (26 June), Emergence Dance live-streamed their 2021 Triple Bill. The postgraduate dance company of Joss Arnott Dance and the University of Salford worked with guest choreographers Becky Namgauds and […]
Words by Inês Carvalho. We listen to echoes of the cracking wood floor while watching an empty house. No furniture. The broken windows allow the light to come in. A room only gets inhabited when […]
‘Glimpses of a Future’ is a new docuseries available on Netflix that combines writing and movement to answer the following question: If you can imagine the future, what does it look like? During the first […]
Words by Ines Carvalho What do dance and architecture have in common? Some words navigate into our minds, like space or aesthetics, that immediately brings us to a theatre stage or the frontage of a […]
Words by Ines Carvalho. As we press play on the video performance, a melancholic landscape of woodland emerges on the screen, contrasting with the figure of a body wearing a black suit in the middle […]
Words by Ines Carvalho. If this year is teaching us something in the arts sector, it’s definitely that the digital world can enhance a global community of artists to connect and reach wider audiences. Even […]
During Black History Month, we look at the past, present and future of Black Dance and how we can act towards a more equitable diverse dance scene. We spoke with Beverley Glean MBE, founder and artistic director of IRIE! dance theatre, about her journey and mission of raising the profile of Dance of the African Diaspora (DAD) in the United Kingdom.