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Animated Issue: Spring 2018
Leverhulme artist in residence(1) Paula Turner has spent the last 10 months in the department of Geography, Politics and Sociology at Newcastle University exploring movement and embodiment through space, drawing on geographical metaphors concerning internal weather, the landscapes of the body and the spatialities of awareness
Animated Issue: Spring 2018
People Dancing’s 11 Million Reasons to Dance strategic touring project took place between 2016-2018. Following its completion a full evaluation of the project was conducted, and the report is soon to be published. Here, Coventry University PhD candidate and evaluator, Kathryn Stamp, reflects on the development of the evaluation 
Animated Issue: Spring 2018
Choreographer Johnny Autin opens up about living with HIV and his ambitions to make an impact with audiences and communities
Animated Issue: Spring 2018
Continued >>  People Dancing’s refreshed purpose, organisational and artistic values, as well as a sense of our plans and priorities for 2018 – 2022. 
Animated Issue: Spring 2018
Lily Jackson, Development Officer, Donor Communications & Research on how Canada’s National Ballet School is using technology to help seniors in rural and geographically isolated locations age with confidence
Animated Issue: Spring 2018
2018 signified Australia leading Big Dance for the first time – launching on International Dance Day and opening with a ‘smoking ceremony’ and a sea of thousands of people dancing together – Director, Michelle Silby hopes this is just the start
Animated Issue: Spring 2018
We are never truly still, we are constantly moving, developing, expanding, growing… our bodies, our practice, our understanding. To do this takes time, awareness and a good amount of mistake-making. But what happens when you get stuck, the channels get blocked or the mistakes feel too big to overcome? Practitioner-researcher, Emily-Rose Cluderay reflects
Animated Issue: Spring 2018
Edith Wolf Perez, editor of the tanz.at webzine, retraces the history and celebrates the remarkable achievements of Tanz die Toleranz (Dance the Tolerance), in Vienna, Austria
Animated Issue: Spring 2018
Artistic director Karen Gallagher MBE and community dance artist Jennifer Hale have been looking at their dance practice at Merseyside Dance Initiative to see how they can adapt and develop their work with different community groups. As they piloted a new project, Men! Dancing! they asked themselves – what role does gender play in influencing their choreographic choices? Karen, boldly, takes up the story… 
Animated Issue: Spring 2018
Louise Katerega talks to Birmingham-based Sandra Golding and discovers how she keeps life in her dance practice and dance practice in her life
Animated Issue: Spring 2018
Dance Artist Dr Adesola Akinleye reports on how a pilot project, Movement, Narratives and Meanings, used dance and film to voice the stories of people living next to the Northern Ireland / north of Ireland border, following the vote for ‘Brexit’
Animated Issue: Spring 2018
Caroline Bowditch is a performance artist and choreographer, and between 2005-18 a Trustee of People Dancing. She is leaving the UK to take up the role of Executive Director at Arts Access Victoria. Surrounded by boxes, and in preparation for her return to Australia, she pauses for a moment to reflect on the last 16 years and what an adventure it’s been 
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
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