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Dance, Deaf and Disabled People

Given the key principle of community dance - every body can dance with intention and purpose and working on the basis of what people can do rather than what they can't - community dance offers wide ranging opportunities for disabled people to engage with dance: personal and collective expression, advocacy for disabled people in the wider community, artistic skills, active and healthy leisure activities and professional opportunities within dance and the arts.

Physically Being Me

A film by Foundation for Community Dance

Physically Being Me explores the positive journeys and thoughts of six disabled people who dance from their point of view. This film was created with the Community Film Unit and was funded through the award winning Speak Up Film Fund.

Photography Commission

The Foundation for Community Dance is producing a photography exhibition that will feature disabled people dancing in iconic dance moments in film and are searching for a young disabled photographer under 26 living in the UK with a passion for their art and an interest in dance to realise this project

Help us map the national landscape for
inclusive dance practice

During the National Networking Event in Bournemouth we invited organisations and individuals to participate in our mapping exercise to create an up to date document that depicts the national UK landscape for inclusive dance practice in 2014. You can add your knowledge about artists, companies, or regular classes by emailing Louise Wildish: louise@communitydance.org.uk

National Networking Day - May 2014

View photos from the most recent Dance, Deaf and Disabled People National Networking Event
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Unlimited

Foundation for Community Dance is an Unlimited Ally; celebrating the work of disabled artists as part of the Unlimited programme.
www.weareunlimited.org.uk


Animated magazine library

The online Animated library contains articles relating to dance, Deaf and disabled people published in Animated magazine from 1996 to the present day. It's fully searchable and it's completely free to access.
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