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Passion for Practice symposium

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Tuesday, 19 November 2019 from 10:00 to 17:30 (GMT)

Passion for Practice symposium

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Ticket Type Sales End Price Fee Quantity
People Dancing Individual Member
This ticket is for People Dancing individual members wishing to attend the Passion for practice symposium. You will be required to give your membership number.
14 Nov 2019 £50.00 £3.74
People Dancing Organisation Member
This ticket is for attendees who are attending representing their organisation and are an organisation member of People Dancing. You will be required to give your membership number.
14 Nov 2019 £60.00 £4.39
Individual - Non Member
This ticket is for individual practitioners that wish to attend the symposium who are not members of People Dancing.
14 Nov 2019 £55.00 £4.07
Organisation - Non Member
This ticket is for attendees who wish to attend the symposium representing an organisation and are NOT a member of People Dancing.
6 Oct 2019 £65.00 £4.72

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Spend the day immersing yourself in some of the most relevant, innovative and exciting dance practice happening in the UK today.

 

Passion for Practice symposium is oart of People Dancing's Early Years Dance Network (EDYN). It is brought to you in partnership with Curve TheatreAttenborough Arts Centre and The Mighty Creatives.

 

Tuesday 19 November 2019, 10.45am - 5.30pm at Curve Theatre, Leicester.

This symposium brings together a wealth of experience and talent from independent practitioners from across the UK, all having a commitment to excellent, innovative dance practice, steeped in childhood research and theory. Together they offer over 160 years of early years dance experience.

The day is aimed at supporting and developing practitioners and artists working in early years dance and builds on the Early Years Dance Networks strategies and aims in developing dance practice.

It is for dancers, directors and choreographers wanting to use dance with the children they work with or wanting to explore and develop early years participation and/or performance. The day hosts a mixture of practical sessions and talking sessions that you are able to choose from on the booking form.

Guest Workshop Presenters/Speakers include: Ruth Churchill-Dower, Liz Clark, Andrew Coombes, Anna DalyKimberley Harvey, Louise Klarnett, Jasmine Pasch, Claire Underwood and Family Arts Campaign.

Bookings close: Thursday 14 November, 5pm.

 

 

Call out to submit your ideas to lead the Wildcard Workshop!

People Dancing are on the lookout for artists, practitioners and organisations to bring an unusual, imaginative and engaging practical workshop to our symposium that will take place as part of the day.

We are looking for something extraordinary in early years dance practice. Work or approaches that are significant, unique and that have or have the potential to be of national interest and influence to a network of practitioners.

The deadline for proposals is 5pm Friday 27th September 2019 and the successful applicant will be notified by Friday 4th Oct 2019.

There is a fee of £100 available for the successful applicant plus a ticket to the symposium.


   

 

Organisers reserve the right to make changes to the event as a result of unforeseen circumstances.

Photo: Leading dance for early years, People Dancing's Summer School. Photographer: Rachel Cherry.

Do you have questions about Passion for Practice symposium? Contact People Dancing

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Curve Theatre
60 Rutland Street
LE1 1SB Leicester
United Kingdom

Tuesday, 19 November 2019 from 10:00 to 17:30 (GMT)


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People Dancing

People Dancing is the professional organisation for anyone involved in creating opportunities for people to experience and participate in dance.


We believe that dance can transform the lives of individuals and communities. Our vision is for a world where dance is part of everyone’s life, our mission to make engagement with dance important to individuals, communities and society.

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