Tag Archive: dance

Nocturnal Indigenous Australian Dancers. New installation in London E11

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  This image of native Australian dancers is part of the one in my Leytonstone Arts Trail installation  Printed on oilcloth, it is over 4m wide and 2m hight. I chose to hang… Continue reading

Pandemic Pandemonium in Pitch Party Procedures

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  DanceGRiST had a Dancers Pitch Party in December. It was open to anyone involved in DanceGRiST. We played a game, then people pitched their ideas to an illustrious panel of three. I… Continue reading

Michael Clark: Cosmic Dancer

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Any exhibition at the Barbican Art Gallery takes me at least three visits to appreciate fully. With its consistent yet quirky curation, multi-screen medley with each screen integral to the other, and every… Continue reading

BlaQish at Resolutions 2020

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BlaQish is an innovative blend of tap, rhythm, hiphop and krump that stays true to the spirit of hiphop culture. Its moves and grooves examine the relationship of those in the Alpha Phi… Continue reading

The Racy, Adventurous Feel; a no-spoilers review

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‘The Racy, Adventurous Feel.’ A no-spoilers review of London’s Great Gatsby multi-space immersion experience

Triple Threat: A Personal View of Intersectionality (contains spoilers)

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Guest post on Sony Nwachukwu’s choreopoem, part of Making Black History at Poplar Union

REDD; first impressions

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REDD by Boy Blue Entertainment; a few impressions

CIRCLES, a review of the choreopoem

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A review of the sharing of Sonny Nwachukwu’s sharing of CIRCLES

DanceGrist at the Royal Society of Arts: How Dancers Make and Express Change. Guest Review

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Kate Coleman shares her views on the event DanceGRiST at the RSA, held on June 13th 2019

Thinking about infrastructure

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As we ramp up the infrastructure in preparation for the next step in business development, I’ve been spending quite a bit of time thinking about organisational structures that will minimise overheads.