Tag Archive: Hip Hop

From Artists4Artists to Artists4Growth: What the Artists think

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As we look forward to Artists4Growth we hear how the participants felt during last year’s Artists4Artists event, the first in the series.

Let us keep the dance of rain…

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The quote I’ve chosen this week; ‘Let us keep the dance of rain our fathers kept and tread our dreams beneath the jungle sky’ is from Arnaud (Arna) Wendell Bontemps (1902-1973). He and… Continue reading

Popin’ Pete’s Pop Shop and the Summer of Love

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I’ve just filed a piece on The Bridge and Popin’ Pete’s Pop Shop with LondonDance.com. Big Up (as they say) to Kate Scanlan and team from Scanners Inc for providing what was a… Continue reading

Dance image representing feracious on #wordymonday

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Today’s #wordymonday word is feracious, which I found on the wonderful luciferous logolepsy site. Apparently it means productive of good results or fruitful. At the moment I’m swinging  between pleasantly productive and about… Continue reading

Reflecting on Unwritten by OneYouthDancer

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I selected this photograph because the movement is clear and I love the young dancer’s expression. It’s the first in a series of shots I took some time ago at One Youth Dance.… Continue reading

Slithering on #WordyMonday

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I’m responding to another #WordyMonday suggestion by the Mischievous Milo Miles. I chose photographs of dancers in moves (and at angles) that could be interpreted as slithering and enhanced this impression by using… Continue reading

Have A Devilish New Year’s Eve! #WordyMonday

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I created a photographic interpretation of the word ‘devilish’ in response to a #WordyMonday suggestion by the multi-talented Milo Miles. Selected from my images of a performance of Tony Adigun’s Illegal Dance at… Continue reading

Big Dance 2012 Day One

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Big Dance 2012 was launched at St Pancras International to much fanfare and with various personalities. By now the launch, and the personalities involved, will have been covered quite enough so I’ll not… Continue reading