FRESH North East Line Up Announced

December 02, 2019

We're delighted to announce the following artists who are presenting their work in progress at our next FRESH North East scratch platform at Dance City Newcastle on Monday 2 December - 7pm - 8.30pm

Jo Feijó presents ‘He twirled’

Ellen Hathaway Dance Company presents ‘Arose’

Simona Angelova Yovcheva presents ‘Behind The Vail’

What’s That Dance (Megan Brown & Jennifer Chrisp) presents ‘dare you: Question The Love Between Girls.’

Francesca Willow presents ‘Kiss The Ground’

(Image - Matt Jamie Photography)

FRESH North East at Dance City Newcastle

December 02, 2019

Moving Art Management are now seeking proposals from dance artists to share work in progress at FRESH North East at Dance City Newcastle on Monday 2 December 2019.

FRESH North East is a scratch platform for dance giving artists and companies an opportunity to share new work in progress in an informal theatre setting. A networking gathering with complimentary refreshments takes place for 30mins before the event, and a facilitated feedback discussion follows the live performances for artists to gain insight from the audience regarding the content and development of their work in a relaxed, supportive environment. 

​Up to 5 artists/companies will receive a £100 bursary, photography and film of their work captured during the event, plus the opportunity to network with artists, producers and programmers. 

 

For full details please read the Call Out information

 

To apply please download the Application Form as well as the Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form.  Please email the completed forms to movingartmanagement@gmail.com

 

The deadline for applications is Monday 4 November at 5pm.  

 

Please share this opportunity with your networks and we look forward to hearing from you.

 

Image credit: Camilla Greenwell and Lila Naruse
 

FIGURES IN A FLOATING LANDSCAPE - Callout for 3 dancers

Figures in a Floating Landscape is the 2nd part of a trilogy by choreographer Dora Frankel and
collaborator composer Peter Coyte. Fusing music and dance it is an immersive indoor/outdoor
performance with 5 dancers & 2 musicians taking the audience on a 40 minute (25 when outdoor) journey inspired by the Kent walks of, and the later improvisatory sketches by the much loved and radical landscape painter JMW Turner; it contextualises them in light of environmental change and damage.


We are seeking 3 experienced dancers of any age, gender and ethnic background with good
musicality, strong in contemporary technique and with teaching/workshop facilitation experience, to join the creative team for a week of R & D in Newcastle College (July 15th

-19th), rehearsals in Dance City, Newcastle (September 2nd – 6th) & Swanley (October 29th -31st) with Premiere November 1st.

 

Fees: £483.09 + 12% holiday pay per week, two 2nd class economy returns from London or similar, contribution to accommodation.


Audition information: Saturday June 15th 1pm - 6.00pm The Howard Venue, 39 Egerton Ave
Swanley BR8 7LG


For further information or to submit your expression of interest send a cv and a short
video/showreel to frankeldora@gmail.com by Friday June 7th 12noon.


N.B. Full Funding not yet secured


www.dorafrankeldanceartist.com

www.petercoyte.com 

 

Image: Andrew Ward, Dancers: Josh Hutchby and Katherine Whale Horsebridge Arts Centre Whitstable .
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Hand in Hand application process now live!

We are now welcoming applications for volunteer dance participants for Hand in Hand with Chisato Minamimura at Dance City Newcastle in March.

Please download the information and application form here:

Volunteer Dance Participant - Application Form

Volunteer Dance Participant - BSL Application Form

The deadline for submissions is 5pm on Friday 8th February 2019.

If you have any questions, please email Rachel & Hannah - movingartmanagement@gmail.com

Hand In Hand 2019 - new project launched!

March 18, 2019

We are delighted to announce Hand In Hand, a new choreography by Chisato Minamimura, featuring 20 local volunteer dancers from the deaf and hearing communities. 

Chisato Minamimura is a Deaf dance artist, choreographer and BSL art guide. She was born in Japan and is now based in London. Chisato has created, promoted, performed and taught dance in over 40 locations across 20 countries, including during 3 years (2003 – 2006) as a company member of internationally renowned CandoCo Dance Company. She has been involved in Aerial Performances with Graeae Theatre Company, London Paralympic Opening Ceremony 2012 and Rio 2016 Paralympic Cultural Olympiad.

We are seeking volunteer participants to join us at Dance City in Newcastle from Monday 18th March – Friday 22 March 2019, 10am – 4pm each day, followed by a public performance in the Theatre on the Friday evening. No dance experience needed, just lots of enthusiasm and a willingness to explore movement. Travel and food expenses provided. 

Join us for our drop in coffee morning on Saturday 12 January, 11am – 1pm at Dance City to find out more and ask any questions. Email us at movingartmanagement@gmail.com to let us know if you can make it. 

If you want to take part, the application process will open on Monday 21st January and close on Friday 8th February. Information will be posted here so please check back again soon. 

Hand In Hand is produced by Nicole Vivien Watson of Surface Area Dance Theatre and Paul Miller of Rory Studio, and supported by Rachel Jean Birch and Hannah Marshall of Moving Art Management.

FRESH North East at Dance City - APPLICATIONS NOW OPEN

December 05, 2018

The application process to for dance artists to share work in progress at FRESH | Dance City on Wednesday 5 December is now open.  Please download the Application Form, Application Information Form and the Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form below:

FRESH North East - Application Form

FRESH North East - Application Information

FRESH North East - Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form

If you require this information in a different format, e.g large print, or would prefer to apply by video or in person, please email movingartmanagement@gmail.com and we will be happy to discuss this with you. 

Deadline for applications is Monday 5 November at 12noon.

Please email completed Applications and Equal Opportunities Monitoring Forms to movingartmanagement@gmail.com.

Please also share this opportunity through your networks and we look forward to hearing from you!

Think Inclusive

Date: Wednesday 17 October 2018
Time: 10am - 4pm
Venue: Gosforth Civic Theatre, NE3 3HD
Cost: FREE

(If you require this information in an alternative format please let us know.)

About Think Inclusive
Think Inclusive is a full day of activities brought to you by Moving Art Management in collaboration with TIN Arts and Liberdade on behalf of the North East Inclusive Dance Network (NEIDN). 

The morning is an important NEIDN Network Meeting to reflect upon, develop and celebrate the work of the network and its members. We are encouraging both new and existing members to attend to contribute to and inform the role of the network.

The afternoon is designed to give you a well-rounded insight into inclusive dance in the North East, with expertise from leading organisations and practitioners, looking at fundraising, a successful project case study, practical delivery ideas as well as an opportunity to meet peer artists, makers and producers who are part of the NEIDN network. 

How do I book for Think Inclusive?
The event is free to attend, but spaces are limited. 
Please book via Eventbrite 
Please register and select the ticket type for the activity you would like to attend. We encourage you to attend all of the Think Inclusive activities if possible.

Think Inclusive Schedule
10:00am - 12noon: NEIDN Network meeting 
12noon - 12:45pm: Lunch (Provided) 
12:45pm - 2:00pm: Presentation on Arts Council National Lottery Project Grants delivered by Kristian Pellissier.  
2:00pm - 2:30pm: FRESH | NEIDN Platform & Performance by Becki Parker
2:30pm - 2:45pm: Coffee Break
2:45pm - 4:00pm: Practical Session about Inclusive Practice delivered by Lynn Campbell. 

(More information on each of the activities below)

Who is Think Inclusive for?
The event is for artists, recent graduates, companies, organisations and anyone interested in Thinking Inclusively about their work.
We are keen to ensure we have a real breadth of attendees at Think Inclusive with different backgrounds and connections to dance and other art forms in the room. 

Accessing Think Inclusive
The event will be BSL Interpreted.
Please let us know if you would like to attend and have any additional needs that we need to be made aware of.
There is also funding available for those who require support towards attending the event e.g. a contribution towards travel. Please contact Rachel and Hannah at Moving Art Management to discuss this further.

Lunch
Everyone attending all or some of the day is invited to attend a complimentary lunch from 12noon – 12:45pm.  Please email Moving Art Management, in advance of the day, with any dietary requirements.

 

We really want to reach out to as many people as possible who might be interested in joining us for this event. Please share this opportunity widely with your networks.

We hope to see you there!

All the best,
Hannah and Rachel
Moving Art Management
movingartmanagement@gmail.com

 

 

More information about Think Inclusive

10:00am - 12noon: NEIDN Network meeting 
This networking meeting is a great opportunity for new and existing members to look back at the achievements of the network to date, reflect on the results of the recent questionnaire and collectively look at future thinking and ideas for the network and its members.

12noon -12:45pm: Lunch 
Provided (please email movingartmanagement@gmail.com with any dietary requirements)

12:45pm – 2:00pm: Presentation on Arts Council National Lottery Project Grants delivered by Kristian Pellissier.  
Are you thinking of applying for a Project Grants to fund your project?  Are you a recent graduate looking to apply for funding for your work?  Are you wanting to make you work more accessible?  Are you a disabled artist or are you supporting a disabled artist who wants to apply for a Project Grants?  If you are, then this session is for you.  Kristian will deliver an Easy Read presentation covering what Project Grants funds, how you apply and what happens to your application. It also includes information on access support, and will also look at an example project.

2:00pm - 2:30pm: FRESH | NEIDN Platform & Performance by Becki Parker
Short introduction about the 2017 FRESH | NEIDN Platform and Becki Parker, who performed at this event. Becki will share an excerpt of her piece Hunting for the Unicorn which is supported by Project Grants and has recently been performed at FiraTàrrega, Barcelona.

2:30pm – 2:45pm: Coffee Break

2:45pm – 4:00pm – Practical Session about Inclusive Practice delivered by Lynn Campbell. 
Lynn will share a film about her latest aerial piece which included a residency at Thomas Bewick and talk about her experience involving the young people with additional needs there in the R and D. The session will also have a practical element so please bring clothing that you are comfortable moving in.

FREE Workshops in Middlesbrough led by Moving Art Management

We are delighted to announce that in partnership with Middlesbrough Council we will be delivering a series of workshops to support teachers, artists and producers in developing and building their dance projects.

The workshops are FREE, but booking is essential to avoid disappointment.

To find out more about each workshop and to book your place please click on the links below.

Leading Your Own Freelance Dance Projects

Dance Teachers Workshop – building your practice/offer.

So you want to be a producer?

FRESH | Middlesbrough event at Middlesbrough Central Library

We are delighted to announce the line up for FRESH | Middlesbrough at Middlesbrough Central Library on Wed 21 Mar, 6:30pm.

 

Jill Timms

Ashling McCann

Teesside University

Hit The Ground Running Dance Theatre Company

 

Tickets are just £3 and to book visit the Middlesbrough Town Hall Website by following the link below. (Booking fees apply)

 

#NotToBeMissed #NewWork #Dance #Feedback

FRESH | Middlesbrough, Wednesday 21 March APPLICATION PROCESS NOW LIVE

The application process to share work in progress at FRESH | Middlesbrough Central Library on Wednesday 21 March is now open.  Please download the Application Form, Application Information Form and the Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form below:

FRESH North East - Application Form

FRESH North East - Application Information

FRESH North East - Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form

If you require this information in a different format, e.g large print, or would prefer to apply by video or in person, please email movingartmanagement@gmail.com and we will be happy to discuss this with you. 

Deadline for applications is Monday 26 February at 5pm.

Please email completed Applications and Equal Opportunities Monitoring Forms to movingartmanagement@gmail.com.

Please also share this opportunity through your networks and we look forward to hearing from you!

FRESH North East event at Dance City

We are delighted to announce the line up for FRESH North East at Dance City on Thur 22 Feb, 7pm.

 

Peter Kerry-Forbes

Ashling McCann

Celeste Hay

Scout Creswick

Non Applicables

 

Tickets are just £3 and to book visit the Dance City Website by following the link below.

 

#NotToBeMissed #NewWork #Dance #Feedback

FRESH | Dance City, Thursday 22 February APPLICATION PROCESS CLOSED

The application process to share work in progress at FRESH | Dance City on Thursday 22 February is now closed.  

The artist line up will be announced soon.

Tickets can be booked via Dance City's Ticket Office in person, by phone or online - https://www.dancecity.co.uk/performance/1974/fresh/ 

Funding for FRESH North East 2018!

We are delighted to announce that FRESH North East will be back in 2018, thanks to Arts Council England's funding support as well as our partners at Dance City, Middlesbrough Council, Teesside University and Space Six! More info coming soon, but in the mean time #popgoesthechampagne

Where Our Roots Are Planted - Volunteer Dance Opportunity at BALTIC this October

We are delighted to announce a once in a life time opportunity for you to work with Antoine Hunter at BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art this October.

 

Guest producers Nicole Vivien Watson and Paul Miller are delighted to welcome San Francisco’s award-winning deaf dance artist Antoine to the region and we are looking for 20 volunteer dance participants to join him in a dynamic week of creative dance activities.

 

Where Our Roots Are Planted is a week long project taking place during the day from Monday 9 October - Friday 13 October.  Volunteers will be given a contribution each day of £15 towards their travel and refreshments.

 

You don’t need lots of dance experience, just lots of enthusiasm! We are looking for people who are 16+, deaf and hearing, dancers and non-dancers. 

 

For more information and to apply, please download and complete the application form below. 

 

We also welcome applications by video and please watch the YouTube links below to find out how.

Dance Participant Application Explanation Film: http://bit.ly/2vbZ7go

Application by Video Explanation Film: http://bit.ly/2xxPPrH

The deadline is Friday 8 September at 5pm and please send applications to movingartmanagement@gmail.com

 

We would be grateful if you could share this exciting opportunity far and wide with your networks also, thank you!

 

We hope to hear from you and if there are any questions please get in touch.

 

All the very best,

Hannah and Rachel

Where Our Roots Are Planted Recruitment Coordinators

5th Size Book Adventure

We're excited to announce we're working on #5thSizedBookProject with @ToonLibraries - Newcastle City Library for their Festival this November and our first ideas were articulated with Lego! #pitch #presentation#useyourimagination 

THANK YOU!

What a week! THANK YOU to everyone who came to the launch of Moving Cities North East on Wednesday at Dance City, and to all the visitors to the exhibition so far. The reaction has been incredible and we're so proud to see the images come alive and share them with you all. Thank you to everyone involved, theres too many to name but you know who you are! 

There's still plenty of time to visit the exhibition at Dance City, it will be on display until Friday 30th June - check their website for opening times.

 

Keep an eye out, there's more to come...this is only the beginning!

(image: Anna Miller)

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