A B O U T
UK based with a specialism in international producing and touring in theatre and site-responsive contexts.
Producing roles include Projects Producer at The Place (2014-2017), Festival Coordinator at Dance Umbrella (2013) and Creative Apprentice & Assistant Producer at Dance4 (2009-2012).
MA Cultural Policy, Relations and Diplomacy (2020/21)
Board of Trustees (2019-present)
[host] Conference, Nov 14 2020: Art, Audiences, Money. Register to join here.
Clore Duffield Foundation
Emerging Leaders Fellow (2017)
C O N T A C T
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P R O J E C T S
Mental Health and Wellbeing Toolkit for Touring Artists and Art Workers (Ongoing)
Supported by Surf the Wave.
[talk] APAP Conference, Jan 12 2020, New York (USA): What Might a Mental Health First Aid Kit for Touring Professionals Look Like?
[talk] FailspaceNYC, Jan 14 2020, New York (USA): What might a mental health toolkit for the touring sector look like? Or: We need to talk about artists, art workers and mental health.
[article] Surf the Wave, Sep 14 2020, Online (UK): Mental health and wellbeing for touring artists and art workers. Read the full article here.
[workshop] DanceEast, Oct 15 2020, Online (UK): Let's Talk About... Wellbeing in our workspaces. Register to join here.
More information coming soon.
Dance From England (2020)
Independent producer: International
Between 2018-2022 Dance4 are developing and leading an ambitious international showcasing programme, with additional National Portfolio Organisation (NPO) funds from Arts Council England.
[research & development, working title]
ARTHOUSE is a digital platform that connects workers in the creative industries with living and working spaces to swap, sublet and use for residencies. We aim to launch in 2021. Complete the initial survey here.
Dance A-Z (2019)
[research & development, working title]
Publication exploring dance and text.
P R O D U C T I O N S
The Machine of Horizontal Dreams (2020-)
Commissioned by Sadlers Wells and Dance4 and further supported by Siobhan Davies Dance, NAVE (Chile), Teatros del Canal (Spain), South East Dance & Kimera Studio.
Limited Celestial Space (2019)
Commissioned by The Lowry, funded by the National Lottery through Arts Council England, and with further support from Office for Cultural and Scientific Affairs Embassy of Spain.
Co-produced with Theatre de la Ville. Supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England. Commissioned by The Place, The Lowry and Cambridge Junction. Supported by the Spanish Embassy Office of Cultural and Scientific Affairs, Siobhan Davies Dance, Dance4, Workshop Foundation, Dantzagunea, l’Animal a l’esquena, BAD Festival, S’ALA and The Point. Igor Urzelai and Moreno Solinas are Work Place artists at The Place and Associate Artists of TIR Danza.
Commissioned by the Barbican. Produced by Boy Blue. Co-produced by Lincoln Center’s White Light Festival and HOME Manchester. Barbican performances presented in association with Dance Umbrella. Supported using public funding by Arts Council England. With thanks to BA (Hons) Dance: Urban Practice programme – University of East London.
Falling Family (2019)
Commissioned by DanceXchange, The Place and Northern School of Contemporary Dance. Supported using public funding through Arts Council England. With additional support from the Sasakawa Foundation. Official event of the Japan Season of Culture.
Dori Deng and Meta Drcar
Rhythm Series, Work No. 6 (2018)
Presented by Art Night London.
T-Break has been commissioned and co-produced by DanceXchange for BIDF. Supported using public funding by Arts Council England.
Co-produced by The Place and TIR Danza. Supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England. Commissioned by The Place, The Lowry, Cambridge Junction, DanceEast and DanceXchange. Supported by The London Community Foundation and Cockayne - Grants for the Arts. Further support from Office for Cultural and Scientific Affairs Embassy of Spain, Yorkshire Dance, South East Dance, Modern Dance Theatre and Dansatelier, Centro per La Scena Contemporanea and ResiDance XL and Zürich TanzHaus. Igor and Moreno are Work Place artists, Associate Artists of TIR Danza and Developed With The Lowry.
DeadClub™ is commissioned by The Place, and co-produced by The Place and Fuel. Supported using public funding by the Arts Council England and the Wellcome Trust. Dave Price is supported by PRS Foundation's The Open Fund for Music Creators. Frauke Requardt is a Work Place artist.
Co-produced by The Place. Commissioned by DanceEast, Cambridge Junction, Tramway and The Place, and supported by The Point, Eastleigh. Supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England. Supported via South East Dance and Jerwood Charitable Foundation Dramaturg in Residence programme. Frauke Requardt is a Work Place artist.
Avant Garde Dance
Fagin’s Twist (2016)
Co-produced by The Place. Commissioned by Theatre Bristol, East London Dance, Pavilion Dance South West, DanceEast and The Place. Supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England. Supported by ResCen Research Centre, Middlesex University.
A Room For All Our Tomorrows (2015)
Co-produced by The Place and commissioned by Cambridge Junction. Created using funding from Arts Council England and TIR danza, with the support of Dance Base, Chelsea Theatre, Centro per la Scena Contemporanea, Roehampton University and Teatro Massimo. Igor Urzelai and Moreno Solinas are Work Place artists at The Place and Associate Artists of TIR Danza.
Promises of happiness (2015) and Happiness Treatments (2015)
Commissioned by Dance East and The Place. Funded by Arts Council England. Supported by Greenwich Dance, Trestle Arts Base and Dance4. Robert Clark is a Work Place Artist and Resident Artist at Greenwich Dance.