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Animated Issue: Winter 2009
Gerry Turvey describes her work in dance and mental health
Animated Issue: Winter 2009
Polly Risbridger and Tia Hassan on the recent launch of DansAthletic:  A Teachers Resource, inspired by the Olympic and Paralympic Games
Animated Issue: Winter 2017/18
At the age of 37 Marc Vlemmix, founder of the Dance For Health foundation in the Netherlands for people with chronic movement disorders, was diagnosed with Parkinson’s. For a while he tried to ignore it, but it got worse and worse. Something had to happen. The answer turned out to be right in front of his nose
Animated Issue: Winter 2017/18
Benjamin Dunks, Artistic Director, Attic Dance embraces digital ways we can explore and understand the impact moving creatively has on our identity and sense of self 
Animated Issue: Winter 2017/18
Independent creative collaborator Magdalena Schamberger talks about bespoke performances for people affected by dementia and their families and carers in theatre and community settings 
Animated Issue: Winter 2017/18
Dancer and choreographer Monica Gillette investigates the larger role dance and choreographic practice can play in the development of research in other fields outside the dance community 
Animated Issue: Winter 2017/18
Louisa Borg-Costanzi Potts, Programme Manager and Kate Wakeling, Research Fellow, Learning and Participation at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance reflect on an innovative piece of artist-research, offering audiences personal insight into the inner workings of a participatory arts project for people with dementia in a care home 
Animated Issue: Winter 2017/18
Dance artist, educator, researcher and performing member of Amici Dance Theatre Company, Lizz Fort on the stories we share through dancing together
Animated Issue: Winter 2017/18
During the You Are Here project Clare Reynolds, Co-Artistic Director, Restoke, discovers what ‘home’ means whilst working with people who have moved to Stoke-on-Trent
Animated Issue: Winter 2017/18
Executive Producer Belinda McElhinney hunts down a couple of members of Barrowland Ballet’s intergenerational company, Wolf Pack 
Animated Issue: Winter 2017/18
US dance artist Vincent E. Thomas took time out from his recent flying visit to Glasgow, where he joined us for People Dancing's second international conference. Here he explains his quest to recover something that's in danger of being lost... our natural instinct to move
Animated Issue: Winter 2017/18
People Dancing Associate Artist Louise Katerega continues her Voice and Presence conversations acknowledging, amplifying and celebrating women of the African Diaspora in participatory dance. Here she talks to Louise Dickson
Animated Issue: Winter 2017/18
In 2016 community dance artist Emily Jenkins launched a project offering weekly dance and movement sessions to women recovering from cancer. The project has proved very successful, bringing about a variety of benefits for the women involved 
Animated Issue: Winter 2017/18
One Dance UK Dance Teaching award-winner Charlotte Tomlinson, Artistic Director of SideKick Dance, reflects on her journey working as an inclusive dance artist 
Animated Issue: Winter 2017/18
Artist Mary Grigg talks about her inclusive work during a 12-week dance project based on Aesop’s Fables for children 
Animated Issue: Summer 2017
Movement practitioner, educator, trainer and writer Jasmine Pasch describes her approach to working creatively with infants and their families, and the fundamental role of movement in the early years of development
Animated Issue: Summer 2017
Artistic Director Fergus Early reviews 30 years of Green Candle Dance Company
Animated Issue: Summer 2017
Drawing on the findings from recent research, the University of Bedfordshire’s Rachel Farrer, Lecturer in Dance and Imogen Aujla, Senior Lecturer in Dance describe how the value many dance practitioners place on their work in community dance settings challenges the traditional perceptions of success within the wider sector
Animated Issue: Summer 2017
Louise Katerega, Associate Artist of People Dancing meets Gail Parmel, Artistic Director of ACE dance and music, along with Musical Director Ian Parmel and Education Officer Iona Waite, as part of Voice and Presence, Louise’s collaborative project aiming to acknowledge, amplify and celebrate the influence of women of colour in participatory dance
Animated Issue: Summer 2017
Akademi is the UK’s leading South Asian Dance charity, committed to inspiring audiences and changing lives through the use of classical, contemporary and participatory South Asian Dance. In this article, Akademi’s Dance Well Project Officer Claire Farmer discusses their work bringing dance to older adults to improve their health and wellbeing
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