Dance Talks: Your Next Move
Valuable listening for students of dance and parents alike, this talk hears perspectives from 6 dance artists at various stages of their careers and various dance genres with their advice on transitioning from second level to third level dance education and from full-time dance education into working professionally as a dance artist. The talk took place at Dance World on 15 Feb 2018.
The panel included: Zoe Ashe-Browne, Martin Lindinger, Elysia McMullen, Luke Murphy, Leah O’Connor, Marc Van Loon
DI Spring Summer 2018 Programme
All events, classes, workshops and open calls in Dance Ireland’s Spring Summer 2018 Programme
Dance Talks: Dance Education Symposium
Passionate about dance being part of every child’s school week? Listen in to hear about programmes currently being delivered in schools, the incredible impacts dance has on these young people and to look at the next steps for integrating dance into classrooms in schools throughout Ireland.
As part of Irish Youth Dance Festival, a Dance Education Symposium took place on 6th July 2017 featuring a panel of dance education specialists including Toni Bravo (US) and Yvonne Young (Scotland) and Mags Byrne (Arts Council). This event was in partnership with IYDF, Dublin Youth Dance Company and Dance Ireland.
This talk is directly aimed at dance teachers at all levels, those teaching at primary and secondary school level, where students now have grown up entirely or almost entirely in the 21st century internet and smartphone culture. This talk may also be of interest to school teachers at both primary and secondary school level.
DI Autumn Winter 17/18 Programme
All events, classes, workshops and open calls in Dance Ireland’s Autumn Winter 17/18 Programme.
Dance Talks: The Choreographer’s Journey
Dance writer Rachel Donnelly interviews Philip Connaughton on the process of making his most recent work, Extraterrestrial Events, as it is about to be premiered at Dublin Dance Festival. Lynnette Moran of Live Collision joins the conversation to offer the audience’s perspective. Entertaining listening!