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South East Dance news update - May 2014

Welcome to the monthly news digest from South East Dance. Follow the links below and connect to us on social media for the very latest updates. Enjoy! 

Latest news

Experimental Encounters in Europe
South East Dance continues to build its links with like-minded organisations across Europe through the delivery of Experimental Encounters, a new project that aims to connect artists and audiences from creation through to performance, in doing so encouraging a more holistic artistic journey. Following investment from the SPACE Network as part of the SPACE 2 Destinations programme we will be working in partnership with SPRING Festival in Utrecht and Pilsen 2015 in the Czech Republic to deliver the programme which will be piloted from autumn 2014 through to summer 2015. Watch the space for further news!

 

forsythefestivalWilliam Forsythe installation a big hit in Brighton Festival
Amidst the plethora of fantastic dance activity co-programmed as part of Brighton Festival 2014, it was William Forsythe’s installation Nowhere and Everywhere at the Same Time No.2 at Circus Street Market, the future site for The Dance Space, which particularly captured the imagination of the Festival-going public. Over 10,000 people experienced Forsythe’s ‘choreographic object’ and the trailer we commissioned about the work went viral, with more than 61,000 views and counting. We’re thrilled that this special piece of work struck such a chord; if you haven’t seen the video, click here to watch it on our YouTube channel.

 
Brighton Oasis Project funding boost
Following a successful pilot with Brighton Oasis Project (BOP), made possible with support from Cathedral Plc, we're really happy to share news that we have successfully secured investment from The Rayne Foundation to further develop our work in a drug and alcohol recovery unit. Building on the great work that has taken place to date, we're now in a position to develop the project over the next two years. Two dance artists will be in residence at the BOP centre, establishing regular contact with service users to develop dance activity including classes, workshops and performances that aim to support pathways to recovery from substance misuse and improve wellbeing.

Upcoming highlights

theocircusstTheo Clinkard premiere at Circus Street Market 
Building on our programme that aims to animate the Circus Street Market, the future site for our new home The Dance Space, we're delighted to be bringing the premiere of Theo Clinkard's new work to the space on 20 and 21 June. Featuring live music on stage and beautiful, breathtaking dance that puts the audience right at the heart of the action, the evening will feature the compelling quintet Of Land and Tongue and a stark, poetic duet Chalk. We hope you can join us in the atmospheric setting of the Circus Street Market for what will be an extraordinary evening – click here for full details and to book tickets.
 

Cubing Bis at Turner Contemporary
We're excited to be partnering with Turner Contemporary and Spectacle vivant en Bretagne to present Cubing Bis, an interactive outdoor dance work inspired by Dutch abstract artist, Mondrian and created by French company Les danses des Doms. Performances will take place in Margate on 20 July as part of Kent Dancing and Turner Contemporary's Summer of Colour events based around their exhibition Mondrian and Colour which takes place from 24 May – 21 September 2014. Devised and performed by Dominque Jégou and the company, this choreographic work will include local dancers and spontaneous interactions from the public. Further details on our website coming soon.

   
touringmattersTouring Matters
Our Programme Director Cath James will be amongst the guest speakers at the Touring Matters Conference on 5 July, hosted by The Point, Eastleigh in partnership with Take Art as part of DanSCe Dialogues 2. Artists, venues and promoters are invited to join a conversation about current issues impacting on touring new dance work from local (including rural) to global. The conference will include opportunities to see excerpts of work by The Point's Associate Artists and will be chaired by dance writer and critic Donald Hutera. Other speakers include artists Ben Wright and Charlotte Spencer.

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From all at South East Dance.

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Photographic Credits (from top to bottom): Header: Publicity shot for Of Land and Tongue (Theo Clinkard) at Circus Street Market © Zoe Manders. / Nowhere and Everywhere at the Same Time No 2 (William Forsythe) at CIrcus Street Market/Brighton Festival 2014 © Victor Frankowski. / Touring Matters Conference image from Connect Conference 2013 © Pari Naderi.

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